 # Prealgebra

by D. Franklin Wright

Throughout the text, Prealgebra develops and explains one of the most important topics in mathematics, solving equations. Examples are featured in increasingly difficult levels to ease students into learning while still providing challenging material. Elements of geometry are integrated throughout several sections. Topics also extend to working with polynomials, factoring, graphing in two dimensions, and constructing circle and bar graphs.

Formats: Software, Textbook, eBook

Product ISBN
Software + eBook 978-1-944894-16-0
Software + eBook + Textbook 978-1-944894-17-7
Student Solutions Manual 978-1-932628-44-9

1. Chapter 1: Whole Numbers
1. 1.1 Whole Numbers and Rounding
2. 1.2 Addition and Subtraction of Whole Numbers (Calculators Included)
3. 1.3 Multiplication and Division of Whole Numbers (Calculators Included)
4. 1.4 Applications: Number Problems, Consumer Items, Checking, Geometry, and Reading Graphs
5. 1.5 Solving Equations with Whole Numbers ( x + b = c and ax = c)
6. 1.6 Exponents and Order of Operations
7. 1.7 Evaluating Polynomials
8. Chapter 1 Review and Test
2. Chapter 2: Integers
1. 2.1 Introduction to Integers
3. 2.3 Subtraction with Integers
4. 2.4 Multiplication, Division, and Order of
Operationswith Integers
5. 2.5 Applications: Change in Value and Average
6. 2.6 Introduction to Like Terms and Polynomials
7. 2.7 Solving Equations with Integers ( x + b = c and ax = c)
8. Chapter 2 Review and Test
3. Chapter 3: Prime Numbers and Fractions
1. 3.1 Tests for Divisibility
2. 3.2 Prime Numbers
3. 3.3 Prime Factorization
4. 3.4 Least Common Multiple (LCM)
5. 3.5 Reducing and Multiplication with Fractions
6. 3.6 Division with Fractions
7. 3.7 Addition and Subtraction with Fractions
8. Chapter 3 Review and Test
4. Chapter 4: Mixed Numbers, Ratios, and Proportions
1. 4.1 Introduction to Mixed Numbers
2. 4.2 Multiplication and Division with Mixed Numbers
3. 4.3 Addition and Subtraction with Mixed Numbers
4. 4.4 Complex Fractions and Order of Operations
5. 4.5 Solving Equations with Fractions ( ax + b = c)
6. 4.6 Solving Equations: Ratios and Proportions
7. Chapter 4 Review and Test
5. Chapter 5: Decimal Numbers and Square Roots
1. 5.1 Reading, Writing, and Rounding Decimal Numbers
2. 5.2 Addition and Subtraction with Decimal Numbers
3. 5.3 Multiplication and Division with Decimal Numbers
4. 5.4 Applications in Statistics (Mean, Median, Mode, and Range)
5. 5.5 Decimals, Fractions, and Scientific Notation
6. 5.6 Solving Equations with Decimal Numbers and Circumference and Area of Circles
7. 5.7 Square Roots and the Pythagorean Theorem
8. 5.8 Simplifying Square Roots
9. Chapter 5 Review and Test
6. Chapter 6: Percent
1. 6.1 Understanding Percent
2. 6.2 Solving Percent Problems
3. 6.3 Estimating with Percent
4. 6.4 Applications with Percent: Discount, Sales Tax, Commission, Profit, and Tipping
6. 6.6 Simple Interest and Compound Interest
7. Chapter 6 Review and Test
7. Chapter 7: Algebraic Topics I
1. 7.1 Translating English Phrases
2. 7.2 Solving Equations I
3. 7.3 Solving Equations II
4. 7.4 Applications: Numbers and Consecutive Integers
5. 7.5 Working with Formulas
6. 7.6 Linear Inequalities ( ax + b < c)
7. Chapter 7 Review and Test
8. Chapter 8: Algebraic Topics II
1. 8.1 Integer Exponents
2. 8.2 Addition and Subtraction with Polynomials
3. 8.3 Multiplication with Polynomials I
4. 8.4 Multiplication with Polynomials II
5. 8.5 Factoring Polynomials II
6. 8.6 Factoring Polynomials II
7. Chapter 8 Review and Test
9. Chapter 9: Graphing in Two Dimensions
1. 9.1 Graphing Ordered Pairs of Real Numbers
2. 9.2 Graphing Linear Equations I: Ax + By = C
3. 9.3 Graphing Linear Equations II: Horizontal and Vertical Lines, Calculators
4. 9.4 Constructing Graphs from Databases
5. Chapter 9 Review and Test
10. Chapter 10: Geometry and Measurement
1. 10.1 Angles and Triangles
2. 10.2a Length
3. 10.2b Formulas for Perimeter
4. 10.3a Metric Units of Area
5. 10.3b Formulas for Area
6. 10.4a Metric Units of Volume
7. 10.4b Formulas for Volume
8. Chapter 10 Review and Test
11. Appendix
1. A.1 Reading Graphs: Bar Graphs, Circle Graphs, and Pictographs
2. A.2 Reading Graphs: Line Graphs, Histograms, and Frequency Polygons