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Algebra 1 online

About this course

This common core aligned course covers all the key topics in a standard Algebra 1 class and tests students on their ability to use fundamental Algebra concepts.

Who's it for?

This course is for students preparing for or currently taking an Algebra 1 course, and for students who want to brush up on their Algebra fundamentals.

How it works

Our Algebra 1 course consists of fun, 10-minute microlessons that are perfect for busy students on the go. Every day we encourage students to complete 1+ challenge and build on what they learned the day before.

By the end of this course, students will understand the basics of Algebra, including the fundamentals of linear, quadratic, and exponential functions and equations.

Why study Algebra 1?

Algebra 1 lays the foundation for future math courses and helps students build a more conceptual understanding of mathematical relationships. Strong Algebra skills are essential for many other courses and fields such as science and economics.
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Course Type

Self-paced online learning, broken into 10-minute microlessons with text-message study reminders, leaderboards and more.

Algebra 1 Curriculum and Topics

  • Solving linear equations
  • Solving linear inequalities
  • Graphing linear functions
  • Writing linear functions
  • Solving systems of linear equations
  • Exponential functions and sequences
  • Polynomial equations and factoring
  • Graphing quadratic functions
  • Solving quadratic equations
  • Radical functions and equations

Meet the Creators

Marich Bardhan Associate Academic Director, Everydae
Marich Bardhan
Marich  is the Associate Director of Academics at Everydae. As a passionate educator, he has a long track record of helping students at all levels achieve success. His experience ranges from helping Kindergarten students with learning differences learn how to read and write to helping high school students ace their AP’s and standardized tests to get into top tier universities as well as the math, physics, and engineering courses at those universities.

Credentials

  • 15+ years tutoring experience
  • B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Davis

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Online Algebra 1 Course - FAQs

What grade is Algebra 1?

Going along with the order of standard math levels, Algebra 1 is commonly taught in 9th grade. However, students in lower grades are still able to take the course if they would like to get a head start and possibly take college-level courses later on in high school. 

What comes after Algebra 1?

Although this may vary, students will take Geometry after Algebra 1 in a typical math course sequence. But some schools may teach Algebra 2 right after Algebra 1 and then move on to Geometry. 

What happens if you fail Algebra 1 in 9th grade?

If you fail Algebra 1 in 9th grade, you are able to retake the course in 10th grade. You may be behind in your math classes, so taking an online recovery course may be more beneficial. You just need to make sure you receive the credit to graduate. 

Algebra 1 Regents - what is it?

Algebra 1 Regents is a three hour exam that tests students’ understanding of the Common Core Learning Standards for Algebra 1. Students will have to show their understanding of mathematical concepts like expressions, equations, statistics, probability, and functions. The exam is broken down into 4 parts, containing multiple choice questions and constructed response questions.

Can 6th or 7th graders take Algebra 1?

If you are confident in your math skills and are able to take Algebra 1 early on, you can take the course in 6th or 7th grade. By doing this, you would be able to take higher level, more advanced math courses in high school. 

Can you really learn Algebra 1 on your own?

You can learn Algebra 1 on your own, using different online resources. It’s important to have a good understanding of the basic ideas and fundamental concepts of Algebra. You can find videos online with explanations and practice problems to work on. 

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