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Why is Algebra Important?
Mathematics is one of the first things you learn in life. Even as a baby you learn to count. Starting from that tiny age you will start to learn how to use building blocks how to count and then move on to drawing objects and figures. All of these things are important preparation to doing algebra. The key to opportunity These are the years of small beginnings until the day comes that you have to be able to do something as intricate as algebra. Algebra is the key that will unlock the door before you. Having the ability to do algebra will help you excel into the field that you want to specialize in. We live in a world where only the best succeed. 
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Algebra Expressions with Exponents: Fish Tank Cube
This fish tank is shaped like a cube. Here xx represents the length of one of the edges of the fish tank. Find the volume of a cube, by multiplying the length, width, and height together.

Linear Equations: Deep Dish Pizza
You are at a pizzeria in Chicago and would like to order a slice of deep dish pizza. Use the calculator to find out how much your slice will cost. 
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Polynomials are a specific type of mathematical expression. They can be written in many ways but in standard form terms are ordered based on their degree.
Drag the red points into the red circles to correctly show the standard form of each polynomial. 
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Pre Algebra Review
1. Add and Subtract Fractions 2. Multiply and Divide Fractions 3. Simple Order of Operations 4. Convert Fractions and Decimals 5. Convert Percents and Decimals 6. Convert Percents and Fractions 7. Mixed number conversions 
Polynomials
51. Properties of Exponents 52. Introduction to Polynomials 53. LCM of monomials 54. Add and Subtract Polynomials 55. Multiplying Polynomials 56. Multiplying using FOIL 57. Other Multiplication Short Cuts 58. Odd shaped areas 59. Polynomials with more variables 60. Division by a Monomial 61. Division by a Binomial 62. Synthetic Division 63. Negative Exponents 64. Scientific Notation Numbers 65. Scientific Notation Calculations 
