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I know you are wondering if this program will cover the units that you are studying. Below is a list of all the units and the lessons contained in the units. If you are using this as a curriculum, you can see that this Algebra Course contains a very thorough study of Algebra. If you are using this as a supplement to your studies, you will find many individual lessons guaranteed to suit your needs. In order to complete the entire course in the allotted time.

Unit Name Date Assignments
Pre-algebra Review
Integers January 4, 2016 1
Algebraic Expressions January 5, 2016 2
Order of Operations January 6, 2016 3
Like Terms and Distributive Property January 7, 2016 4
Distributive Property January 8, 2016 1
Intro to Matrices January 9, 2016 2
Using Formulas January 11, 2016 3
Solving Equations
Intro to Equations January 12, 2016 4
One-Step Equations January 13, 2016 1
One-Step Equations January 14, 2016 1
One-Step Equations January 15, 2016 1
One-Step Equations January 16, 2016 1
Mixed Review Practice January 18, 2016 2
Two-Step Equations January 19, 2016 3
Distributive Property Equations January 20, 2016 4
Equations with Fractions January 21, 2016 1
Literal Equations January 22, 2016 2
Variables on Both Sides January 23, 2016 3
Word Problems January 25, 2016 4
Absolute Value January 26, 2016 1
Absolute Value Pt 2 January 27, 2016 2
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Students and staff of the Michigan Math and Science Academy joined together with Toledo Area Horizon Science Academies in a cross-regional ceremony, titled “We Will Not Forget.” To commemorate September 11, 2001, each building released 300 balloons at significant times.

The event began with HSA Toledo Downtown, releasing their balloons at 8:45, the time the first tower was struck.  HSA Toledo released their balloons at 9:03, the time of the crash into tower two.  HSA Springfield released their balloons at 9:45, the time The Pentagon was hit. Michigan Math and Science Academy concluded the event with a 10:10 release, honoring the time flight 93 crashed.

Students and staff released balloons to honor the lives of the 2,977 individuals killed in the attack, the 400 police officers and firefighters who gave their lives and the 3,051 children who lost a parent and to send the message that we have not now — and will not ever — forget this tragedy.

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