Chapter 6
6-1: Determine the number of solutions a system if linear equations has, if any.
6-1: Solve systems of linear equations by graphing.
6-2: Solve systems of equations by using substitution.
6-2: Solve real-world problems involving systems of equations by using substitution.
6-3: Solve systems of equations by using elimination with addition and subtraction.
6-4: Solve systems of equations by using elimination with multiplication.
6-4: Solve real-world problems involving systems of equations.
6-5: Determine the best method for solving systems of equations.
6-5: Use matrices to solve systems of equations.
6-6: Solve systems of linear inequalities by graphing.
Chapter 7
7-1:Multiply monomials using the properties of exponents.
7-1: Simplify expressions using the multiplication properties of exponents.
7-2: Divide monomials using the properties of exponents.
7-2: Simplify expressions containing negative and zero exponents.
7-3: Evaluate and rewrite expressions involving rational exponents.
7-3: Solve equations involving expressions with rational exponents.
7-4: Express numbers in scientific notation.
7-4: Find products and quotients of numbers expressed in scientific notation.
7-5: Graph exponential functions.
7-5: Identify data that display exponential behavior.
7-6: Solve problems involving exponential growth and decay.
7-6: Use properties of rational exponents to transform expressions for exponential functions into equivalent forms to solve problems.
7-7: Identify and generate geometric sequences.
7-7: Relate geometric sequences to exponential functions.
7-7: Calculate and interpret the average of change of an exponential function.
7-8: Use recursive formula to list the terms in a sequence.
7-8: Write recursive formulas for arithmetic and geometric sequences.

Chapter 8
8-1: Use algebra tiles to add and subtract polynomials.
8-1: Write polynomials in standard form.
8-2: Multiply a polynomial by a monomial.
8-2: Solve equations involving the products of monomials and polynomials.
8-3: Use algebra tiles to multiply polynomials.
8-3: Multiply binomials by using the FOIL method.
8-3: Multiply polynomials by using the distributive property.
8-4: Find squares of sums and differences.
8-4: Find the product of a sum and a difference.
8-5: Use algebra tiles to model using the distributive property to factor binomials.
8-5: Use the distributive property to factor polynomials.
8-6: Use algebra tiles to model factoring trinomials.
8-7: Factor trinomials and solve equations in different forms of quadratic equations.
8-8: Factor binomials that are the difference of squares.
8-8: Use the difference of squares to solve equations.
8-9: Factor perfect square trinomials.
8-9: Solve equations involving perfect squares.
Chapter 9
9-1: Analyze the characteristics of the graphs of quadratic functions.
9-1: Use a given quadratic function to investigate the rate of change of a quadratic function.
9-2: Solve quadratic equations by graphing.
9-2: Estimate solutions of quadratic equations by graphing.
9-3: Apply translations of quadratic functions.
9-3: Apply dilations and reflections to quadratic functions.
9-4: Complete the square to write perfect square trinomials.
9-4: Solve quadratic equations by completing the square.
9-4: Complete the square in a quadratic expression to find the maximum or minimum value of the related function.
9-5: Use the discriminant to determine the number of solutions to a quadratic equation.
9-6: Identify linear, quadratic, and exponential functions from given data.
9-6: write equations that model data.
9-7: Identify and graph step functions.
9-7: Identify and graph absolute value and piecewise-defined functions.
Chapter 10
10-1: Find the inverse of a quadratic function. Create an inverse function by limiting the domain of the original function.
10-1: Graph and analyze dilations of radical.
10-1: Graph and analyze reflections and translations of radical functions.
10-2: Simplify radical expressions by using the product and quotient property of square roots.
10-2: Investigate the products and sums of two rational numbers, two irrational numbers, and a rational and irrational number.
10-3: Simplify radical expressions with indices greater than 2 and with variables and/or rational numbers in the radicand.
10-5: Solve problems by using the pythagorean theorem.
10-5: Determine whether a triangle is a right triangle.
10-5: Investigate distances on the coordinate plane.
10-6: Investigate trigonometric ratios.
10-6: Find trigonometric ratios of angles.
10-6: Use trigonometry to solve triangles.

Chapter 11
11-1: Collect data to investigate the relationship between volume and pressure.
11-1: Identify and use inverse variations.
11-1: Graph inverse variations.
11-2: Identify excluded values.
11-2: Identify and use asymptotes to graph rational functions.
11-3: Identify values excluded from the domain of a rational expression.
11-3: Simplify rational expressions.
11-4: Multiply and divide rational expressions.
11-5: Divide a polynomial by a monomial and a binomial.
11-6: Add and subtract expressions with like and unlike denominators.
11-7: Simplify mixed expressions.
11-7: Simplify complex fractions.
11-8: Use graphing technology to solve rational equations.