1: The Language of Algebra (Page 31)
Learn more about the "top-down" approach of deductive reasoning
and the "bottom-up" approach of inductive reasoning.
Chapter 2: Integers (Page 81)
Read about matrix notation, adding matrices, scalar multiplication,
and algebraic properties of matrix addition and scalar multiplication.
Chapter 3: Addition and Subtraction Equations
Explicit definition of a sequence, finding the sum of a sequence,
and the recursive definition of a sequence are covered on this page.
Chapter 4: Multiplication and Division Equations
with Duplicated Letters
Learn how to find the number of permutations when some of the items
are the same.
Chapter 5: Proportional Reasoning and Probability
Explore Box-and-Whisker plots using weather data.
Chapter 6: Functions and Graphs (Page 263)
Find weather statistics at USA Today's Weather Almanac for U.S. Cities.
Chapter 7: Linear Equations (Page 309)
Weather Channel: Wind Chill Equivalent
Check out the Wind Chill Equivalent Index at The Weather Channel
Chapter 8: Powers and Roots (Page 373)
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Chapter 9: Polynomials (Page 411)
the Circle, Doubling the Cube, and Trisecting an Angle
Page 411 Three Classical Problems in Greek Mathematics
Chapter 10: Factoring (Page 427)
Area and Perimeters: Rectangles
Use Java applets to change the dimensions of rectangles and explore
changes to the area and perimeter.
Chapter 11: Quadratic and Exponential Functions
Challenge yourself by checking out these examples using geometric sequences.
Chapter 12: Inequalities (Page 541)
Read the article "Graphing Quadratic Inequalities" to see how you can
graph the inequalities on a TI-82.
Chapter 13: Systems of Equations and Inequalities
Systems Using Augmented Matrices
Check out this Math Forum article about solving systems of equations
using augmented matrices.
Chapter 14: Radical Expressions (Page 613)
of a Segment
Read more about the midpoint of a segment.
Chapter 15: Rational Expressions and Equations
Draining the Swimming Pool
Try this simple experiment to investigate general work problems.