Algebra I (Semester II)
Course Description:
The purpose of this course is to allow the student to gain mastery in working with and evaluating mathematical expressions, equations, graphs, and other topics, with an emphasis on realworld applications throughout this yearlong algebra course. The first semester of the course includes an introduction to real numbers and variable expressions, methods for solving equations, understanding functions and relations, and an indepth study of linear and quadratic functions. The second semester of the course provides students with extensive instruction in topics including systems of equations and inequalities, exponential and radical functions, rational expressions and equations, as well as probability and statistics. Throughout the course are selfcheck quizzes, audio tutorials, interactive manipulatives, practice games, and plenty of review activities.
Course Details:
Course Title (District):  Algebra I (Semester II)  

Course Title (NCES SCED) :  Algebra I  
Course Provider :  Genesee ISD  
Content Provided By :  Fuel Education LLC  
Online Instructor Provided By :  Fuel Education LLC  
Standards Addressed :  Common Core State Standards  
Academic Terms :  Open Entry / Open Exit  
NCES SCED Code : 

How To Enroll:
Enrollment Website :  https://www.gennet.us 

Email :  [email protected] 
Phone :  8105914401 
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 Phone: 8105914401
Additional Cost: $0.0
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Review Conducted By:
• Lesson 1 – OneStep Inequalities: Solve Inequalities with Addition and Subtraction
• Lesson 2 – OneStep Inequalities: The Solution Set and Graphs
• Lesson 3 – OneStep Inequalities: Solve Inequalities with Multiplication and Division
• Lesson 4 – MultiStep Inequalities: Solve Inequalities with More Than One Step
• Lesson 5 – MultiStep Inequalities: Solve Inequalities with Grouping Symbols
• Lesson 6 – Compound Inequalities: Solve Compound Inequalities with or
• Lesson 7 – Compound Inequalities: Solve Compound Inequalities with “and”
• Lesson 8 – Absolute Value Inequalities: Solve Absolute Value Inequalities
• Lesson 9 – Absolute Value Inequalities: Other Types of Solutions and RealWorld Problems
• Lesson 10 – Graphing Linear Inequalities: Solutions to Linear Inequalities
• Lesson 11 – Graphing Linear Inequalities: Graph Linear Inequalities
• Lesson 12 – Graphing Linear Inequalities: The Equation of the Boundary Line
• Lesson 13 – Graphing Linear Inequalities: Write the Linear Inequality
• Lesson 14 – Solve Systems of Linear Equations by Graphing: Number of Solutions
• Lesson 15 – Solve Systems of Linear Equations by Graphing: Find Solutions
• Lesson 16 – Solve Systems of Linear Equations by Substitution: Solve by Substitution
• Lesson 17 – Solve Systems of Linear Equations by Substitution: Solve RealWorld Problems
• Lesson 18 – Solve Systems of Linear Equations by Elimination: Solve by Elimination
• Lesson 19 – Solve Systems of Linear Equations by Elimination: Solve RealWorld Problems
• Lesson 20 – Systems of Linear Inequalities: Use Systems of Linear Inequalities
• Lesson 21 – Systems of Linear Inequalities: Write Systems of Linear Inequalities
• Lesson 22 – Linear Programming: Critical Points
• Lesson 23 – Linear Programming: Solve RealWorld Problems
Module VII: Exponential and Radical Functions
• Lesson 1 – Properties of Exponents: Exponents
• Lesson 2 – Properties of Exponents: Multiply Powers
• Lesson 3 – Properties of Exponents: Divide Powers
• Lesson 4 – Scientific Notation: Write Numbers in Scientific Notation
• Lesson 5 – Scientific Notation: Operations with Numbers in Scientific Notation
• Lesson 6 – Exponential Functions: Graphs of Exponential Functions
• Lesson 7 – Exponential Functions: Transformations of Exponential Functions
• Lesson 8 – Solving Exponential Equations: Solve Problems Involving Exponential Functions
• Lesson 9 – Exponential Growth and Decay: Explore Exponential Growth and Decay
• Lesson 10 – Simplifying Radical Expressions: Simplify Radical Expressions
• Lesson 11 – Simplifying Radical Expressions: Operations with Radical Expressions
• Lesson 12 – Rational Exponents: Write Rational Exponents
• Lesson 13 – Rational Exponents: Simplify Rational Exponent Expressions
• Lesson 14 – Distance and Midpoint: Use the Distance Formula
• Lesson 15 – Distance and Midpoint: Use the Midpoint Formula
• Lesson 16 – Pythagorean Theorem: Use the Pythagorean Theorem
• Lesson 17 – Radical Equations: Solve Radical Equations with One or Two Radicals
• Lesson 18 – Radical Equations: Solve Radical Equations with Extraneous Solutions
• Lesson 19 –Square Root Function: Graph Square Root Functions
• Lesson 20 – Square Root Function: Graph Transformations of Square Root Functions
Module VIII: Rational Expressions and Equations
• Lesson 1 – Simplifying Rational Expressions: Rational Expressions and Restrictions
• Lesson 2 – Simplifying Rational Expressions: Simplify Using Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
• Lesson 3 – Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions: Multiply Rational Expressions
• Lesson 4 – Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions: Divide Rational Expressions
• Lesson 5 – Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions: Add and Subtract Rational Expressions
• Lesson 6 – Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions: Find Lowest Common Denominator (LCD)
• Lesson 7 – Solving Rational Equations: Solve Rational Equations
• Lesson 8 – Solving Rational Equations: Use Rational Equations to Solve RealWorld Problems
• Lesson 9 – Characteristics of Rational Functions: The Domain and Asymptotes of Rational Functions
• Lesson 10 – Characteristics of Rational Functions: Positive and Negative Parts and Increasing and
Decreasing Intervals
• Lesson 11 – Graphing a Rational Function: Graph Rational Functions
• Lesson 12 – Graphing a Rational Function: Identify Vertical and Horizontal Translations
Module IX: Probability, Statistics, and Discrete Math
• Lesson 1 – Probability: Theoretical and Experimental Probability
• Lesson 2 – Probability: Independent and Dependent Events
• Lesson 3 – Counting and Permutations: Multiplication Counting Principle and Arrangements
• Lesson 4 – Counting and Permutations: Permutations
• Lesson 5 – Measures of Central Tendency: Mean and Median
• Lesson 6 – Measures of Central Tendency: Mode and Range
• Lesson 7 – Histograms: Analyze Bar Graphs and Histograms
• Lesson 8 – Histograms: Create Histograms
• Lesson 9 – Box Plots: Minimum, Maximum, and Median
• Lesson 10 – Box Plots: Identify Quartiles and Create Box Plots
• Lesson 11 – Matrices: Represent Data with Matrices
• Lesson 12 – Matrices: Operations with Matrices
• Lesson 13 – Rates and Ratios: Unit Rates
• Lesson 14 – Rates and Ratios: Proportions
• Lesson 15 – Unit Conversions: Conversion Factors
• Lesson 16 – Unit Conversions: Convert Units of Measure
• Lesson 17 – Sequences: Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences
• Lesson 18 – Sequences: Rules for Arithmetic and Geometric SequencesModule VI: Inequalities and Systems
• Lesson 1 – OneStep Inequalities: Solve Inequalities with Addition and Subtraction
• Lesson 2 – OneStep Inequalities: The Solution Set and Graphs
• Lesson 3 – OneStep Inequalities: Solve Inequalities with Multiplication and Division
• Lesson 4 – MultiStep Inequalities: Solve Inequalities with More Than One Step
• Lesson 5 – MultiStep Inequalities: Solve Inequalities with Grouping Symbols
• Lesson 6 – Compound Inequalities: Solve Compound Inequalities with or
• Lesson 7 – Compound Inequalities: Solve Compound Inequalities with “and”
• Lesson 8 – Absolute Value Inequalities: Solve Absolute Value Inequalities
• Lesson 9 – Absolute Value Inequalities: Other Types of Solutions and RealWorld Problems
• Lesson 10 – Graphing Linear Inequalities: Solutions to Linear Inequalities
• Lesson 11 – Graphing Linear Inequalities: Graph Linear Inequalities
• Lesson 12 – Graphing Linear Inequalities: The Equation of the Boundary Line
• Lesson 13 – Graphing Linear Inequalities: Write the Linear Inequality
• Lesson 14 – Solve Systems of Linear Equations by Graphing: Number of Solutions
• Lesson 15 – Solve Systems of Linear Equations by Graphing: Find Solutions
• Lesson 16 – Solve Systems of Linear Equations by Substitution: Solve by Substitution
• Lesson 17 – Solve Systems of Linear Equations by Substitution: Solve RealWorld Problems
• Lesson 18 – Solve Systems of Linear Equations by Elimination: Solve by Elimination
• Lesson 19 – Solve Systems of Linear Equations by Elimination: Solve RealWorld Problems
• Lesson 20 – Systems of Linear Inequalities: Use Systems of Linear Inequalities
• Lesson 21 – Systems of Linear Inequalities: Write Systems of Linear Inequalities
• Lesson 22 – Linear Programming: Critical Points
• Lesson 23 – Linear Programming: Solve RealWorld Problems
Module VII: Exponential and Radical Functions
• Lesson 1 – Properties of Exponents: Exponents
• Lesson 2 – Properties of Exponents: Multiply Powers
• Lesson 3 – Properties of Exponents: Divide Powers
• Lesson 4 – Scientific Notation: Write Numbers in Scientific Notation
• Lesson 5 – Scientific Notation: Operations with Numbers in Scientific Notation
• Lesson 6 – Exponential Functions: Graphs of Exponential Functions
• Lesson 7 – Exponential Functions: Transformations of Exponential Functions
• Lesson 8 – Solving Exponential Equations: Solve Problems Involving Exponential Functions
• Lesson 9 – Exponential Growth and Decay: Explore Exponential Growth and Decay
• Lesson 10 – Simplifying Radical Expressions: Simplify Radical Expressions
• Lesson 11 – Simplifying Radical Expressions: Operations with Radical Expressions
• Lesson 12 – Rational Exponents: Write Rational Exponents
• Lesson 13 – Rational Exponents: Simplify Rational Exponent Expressions
• Lesson 14 – Distance and Midpoint: Use the Distance Formula
• Lesson 15 – Distance and Midpoint: Use the Midpoint Formula
• Lesson 16 – Pythagorean Theorem: Use the Pythagorean Theorem
• Lesson 17 – Radical Equations: Solve Radical Equations with One or Two Radicals
• Lesson 18 – Radical Equations: Solve Radical Equations with Extraneous Solutions
• Lesson 19 –Square Root Function: Graph Square Root Functions
• Lesson 20 – Square Root Function: Graph Transformations of Square Root Functions
Module VIII: Rational Expressions and Equations
• Lesson 1 – Simplifying Rational Expressions: Rational Expressions and Restrictions
• Lesson 2 – Simplifying Rational Expressions: Simplify Using Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
• Lesson 3 – Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions: Multiply Rational Expressions
• Lesson 4 – Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions: Divide Rational Expressions
• Lesson 5 – Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions: Add and Subtract Rational Expressions
• Lesson 6 – Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions: Find Lowest Common Denominator (LCD)
• Lesson 7 – Solving Rational Equations: Solve Rational Equations
• Lesson 8 – Solving Rational Equations: Use Rational Equations to Solve RealWorld Problems
• Lesson 9 – Characteristics of Rational Functions: The Domain and Asymptotes of Rational Functions
• Lesson 10 – Characteristics of Rational Functions: Positive and Negative Parts and Increasing and
Decreasing Intervals
• Lesson 11 – Graphing a Rational Function: Graph Rational Functions
• Lesson 12 – Graphing a Rational Function: Identify Vertical and Horizontal Translations
Module IX: Probability, Statistics, and Discrete Math
• Lesson 1 – Probability: Theoretical and Experimental Probability
• Lesson 2 – Probability: Independent and Dependent Events
• Lesson 3 – Counting and Permutations: Multiplication Counting Principle and Arrangements
• Lesson 4 – Counting and Permutations: Permutations
• Lesson 5 – Measures of Central Tendency: Mean and Median
• Lesson 6 – Measures of Central Tendency: Mode and Range
• Lesson 7 – Histograms: Analyze Bar Graphs and Histograms
• Lesson 8 – Histograms: Create Histograms
• Lesson 9 – Box Plots: Minimum, Maximum, and Median
• Lesson 10 – Box Plots: Identify Quartiles and Create Box Plots
• Lesson 11 – Matrices: Represent Data with Matrices
• Lesson 12 – Matrices: Operations with Matrices
• Lesson 13 – Rates and Ratios: Unit Rates
• Lesson 14 – Rates and Ratios: Proportions
• Lesson 15 – Unit Conversions: Conversion Factors
• Lesson 16 – Unit Conversions: Convert Units of Measure
• Lesson 17 – Sequences: Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences
• Lesson 18 – Sequences: Rules for Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences
Term Type  Enrollment Opens  Enrollment Ends  Random Draw Date  Enrollment Drop Date  Course Starts  Course Ends  # of Seats  Course Fee  Potential Additional Costs 

Open Entry / Open Exit  07/01/2021  12/31/2021  100  $270  $0 
Drop Policy  Completion Policy  Term Type  Enrollment Opens  Enrollment Ends 

Enrollments earning 60% or more of the total course points are considered course completions and will be charged the final 20% payment.  Open Entry / Open Exit 
School Year  Enrollment Count  Pass Count  Completion Rate  Notes 

1314  44  16  36.36%  Enrollment data include all enrollments (21f and non21f) for the Spring and Summer 201314 school year. 
1415  29  14  48.28%  
1920  18  8  44.44% 