# Algebra Exit Slips

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There are a total of 90 exit slips. The algebra concepts are broken down into 10 units that include:

Unit 1 - Prerequisite for Algebra and Algebraic Expressions (12 exit slips)
Unit 2 - Solving and Graphing Linear Equations and Inequalities (12 exit slips)
Unit 3 - Features of a Function (12 exit slips)
Unit 4 - Sequences (Arithmetic and Geometric) (9 exit slips)
Unit 5 - Graphing Lines and Determining Slope (15 exit slips)
Unit 6 - Expressions Containing Exponents (8 exit slips)
Unit 7 - Solving and Graphing Systems of Equations and Inequalities (7 exit slips)
Unit 8 - Identifying, Classifying, and Operations on Polynomials (7 exit slips)
Unit 9 - Features of Quadratics (5 exit slips)
Unit 10 - Defining and Simplifying Radicals (3 exit slips)

The complete break down for each unit is given below:

-- Unit 1: Prerequisite for Algebra and Algebraic Expressions

• Rational/Irrational Numbers
• Real Number Properties (Commutative, Associative, Distributive, Additive Identity, Multiplicative, Zero Property, and Additive Inverse)
• Solve One-Step Equations Involving One Variable
• Solve and Graph One-Step Inequalities Involving One Variable
• Use Order of Operations to Simplify Expressions
• Analyze and Evaluate Expressions
• Define and Apply the Absolute Value
• Simplify Expressions by Combining Like Terms
• Simplify Expressions by using the Distributive Property

-- Unit 2: Solving and Graphing Linear Equations and Inequalities

• Solve Two-Step Equations involving One Variable
• Solve Multi-Step Equations involving One Variable
• Solve Equations with Variables on Both Sides involving One Variable
• Solve Equations involving Multi-Variables
• Solve and Graph Two-Step Inequalities
• Solve and Graph Multi-Step Inequalities
• Solve and Graph Compound Inequalities
• Solve Absolute Value Equations
• Solve and Graph Absolute Value Inequalities
• Properties of Equality (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Reflexive, Symmetric, Transitive, and Substitution)
• Use Proportions to Solve for an Unknown

-- Unit 3: Features of a Function

• Intro to Functions
• Evaluating a Function & Function Notation
• Domain, Range, Minimum, and Maximum
• Piecewise Functions

-- Unit 4: Sequences (Arithmetic and Geometric)

• Intro to Sequences
• Arithmetic Sequences (Recursive and Explicit)
• Geometric Sequences (Recursive and Explicit)

-- Unit 5: Graphing Lines and Determining Slope

• Plotting Points on the Coordinate System
• Determine Slope Given a Graph
• Determine Slope Given a Table or Two Points
• Define, Write, and Graph Slope-Intercept Form
• Determine a Linear Equations Given a Table
• Standard Form to Slope Intercept Form
• Determine Linear Equations Given a Graph
• Determine Linear Equations Given Two Points
• Determine and Graph the X and Y intercepts Given an Equation
• Graph Horizontal and Vertical Lines
• Write Equations of a Line Given a Slope and a Point, or Two Points
• Write Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Given an Equation

-- Unit 6: Expressions Containing Exponents

• Intro to Exponents
• Properties of Exponents
• Intro to Scientific Notation
• Converting Between Standard Form and Scientific Notation
• Adding and Subtracting Scientific Notation
• Multiplying and Dividing Scientific Notation

-- Unit 7: Solving and Graphing Systems of Equations and Inequalities

• The Three Types of Solutions: No Solution, Infinitely Many Solutions, and One Solution
• Solving Systems of Equations by Graphing, Substitution, and Elimination
• Write and Solve Word Problems involving Systems of Equations
• Solve and Graph Systems of Linear Inequalities involving One Variable

-- Unit 8: Identifying, Classifying, and Operations on Polynomials

• Intro to Polynomials
• Operations on Polynomials (Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing)
• Multiplication of Binomials

-- Unit 9: Features of Quadratics