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1.1: Solving Equations |

1.2: Modeling Quantities |

1.3: Reporting with Precision and Accuracy |

2.1: Modeling with Expressions |

2.2: Creating and Solving Equations |

2.3: Solving for a Variable |

2.4: Creating and Solving Inequalities |

2.5: Creating and Solving Compound Inequalities |

3.1: Graphing Relationships |

3.2: Understanding Relations and Functions |

3.3: Modeling with Functions |

3.4: Graphing Functions |

4.1: Identifying and Graphing Sequences |

4.2: Constructing Arithmetic Sequences |

4.3: Modeling with Arithmetic Sequences |

5.1: Understanding Linear Functions |

5.2: Using Intercepts |

5.3: Interpreting Rate of Change and Slope |

6.1: Slope-Intercept Form |

6.2: Point-Slope Form |

6.3: Standard Form |

6.4: Transforming Linear Functions |

6.5: Comparing Properties of Linear Functions |

7.1: Modeling Linear Relationships |

7.2: Using Functions to Solve One-Variable Equations |

7.3: Linear Inequalities in Two Variables |

8.1: Two-Way Frequency Tables |

8.2: Relative Frequency |

9.1: Measures of Center and Spread |

9.2: Data Distributions and Outliers |

9.3: Histograms and Box Plots |

9.4: Normal Distributions |

10.1: Scatter Plots and Trend Lines |

10.2: Fitting a Linear Model to Data |

11.1: Solving Linear Systems by Graphing |

11.2: Solving Linear Systems by Substitution |

11.3: Solving Linear Systems by Adding or Subtracting |

11.4: Solving Linear Systems by Multiplying First |

12.1: Creating Systems of Linear Equations |

12.2: Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities |

12.3: Modeling with Linear Systems |

13.1: Understanding Piecewise-Defined Functions |

13.2: Absolute Value Functions and Transformations |

13.3: Solving Absolute Value Equations |

13.4: Solving Absolute Value Inequalities |

14.1: Understanding Geometric Sequences |

14.2: Constructing Geometric Sequences |

14.3: Constructing Exponential Functions |

14.4: Graphing Exponential Functions |

14.5: Transforming Exponential Functions |

15.1: Using Graphs and Properties to Solve Equations with Exponents |

15.2: Modeling Exponential Growth and Decay |

15.3: Using Exponential Regression Models |

15.4: Comparing Linear and Exponential Models |

16.1: Segment Length and Midpoints |

16.2: Angle Measures and Angle Bisectors |

16.3: Representing and Describing Transformations |

16.4: Reasoning and Proof |

17.1: Translations |

17.2: Reflections |

17.3: Rotations |

17.4: Investigating Symmetry |

18.1: Sequences of Transformations |

18.2: Proving Figures are Congruent Using Rigid Motions |

18.3: Corresponding Parts of Congruent Figures are Congruent |

19.1: Angles Formed by Intersecting Lines |

19.2: Transversals and Parallel Lines |

19.3: Proving Lines are Parallel |

19.4: Perpendicular Lines |

19.5: Equations of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines |

20.1: Exploring What Makes Triangles Congruent |

20.2: ASA Triangle Congruence |

20.3: SAS Triangle Congruence |

20.4: SSS Triangle Congruence |

21.2: AAS Triangle Congruence |

21.2: Justifying Constructions |

21.3: HL Triangle Congruence |

22.1: Interior and Exterior Angles |

22.2: Isosceles and Equilateral Triangles |

22.3: Triangle Inequalities |

23.1: Perpendicular Bisectors of Triangles |

23.2: Angle Bisectors of Triangles |

23.3: Medians and Altitudes of Triangles |

23.4: Midsegments of Triangles |

24.1: Properties of Parallelograms |

24.2: Conditions for Parallelograms |

24.3: Properties of Rectangles, Rhombuses, and Squares |

24.4: Conditions for Rectangles, Rhombuses, and Squares |

24.5: Properties and Conditions for Kites and Trapezoids |

25.1: Slope and Parallel Lines |

25.2: Slope and Perpendicular Lines |

25.3: Coordinate Proof Using Distance with Segments and Triangles |

25.4: Coordinate Proof Using Distance with Quadrilaterals |

25.5: Perimeter and Area on the Coordinate Plane |