Introduction to Algebra  SchoolYourself
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Solve equations, draw graphs, and play with quadratics in this interactive course! With an apprenticeship you earn while you learn, you gain recognized qualifications, job specific skills and knowledge and this helps you stand out in the job market.With this course you earn while you learn, you gain recognized qualifications, job specific skills and knowledge and this helps you stand out in the job market.
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Mathematics  Algebra  Graphs  Math  
Quadratics 
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We live in a world of numbers. You see them every day: on clocks, in the stock market, in sports, and all over the news. Algebra is all about figuring out the numbers you don't see. You might know how fast you can throw a ball, but can you use this number to determine how far you can throw it? You might keep track of stock prices, but how can you figure out how much money you've made (or lost) in the market? And you may already know how to tell time, but can you calculate at what times a clock's hour and minute hands are exactly aligned? With algebra, you can answer all of these questions, using the numbers you already know to solve for the unknown. Algebra is an essential tool for all of high school and collegelevel math, science, and engineering. So if you're starting out in one of these fields and you haven't yet mastered algebra, then this is the course for you! In this course, you'll be able to choose your own path within each lesson, and you can jump between lessons to quickly review earlier material. AlgebraX covers a standard curriculum in high school Algebra I, and CCSS (common core) alignment is indicated where applicable.
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Zach WissnerGross Zach is the CEO of School Yourself. He completed his doctorate in Physics at Harvard, where he won multiple teaching awards, including Harvard's White Award for Excellence in Teaching. He is a Hertz Fellow, and has authored papers in neuroscience, biophysics, and biotechnology, as well as three interactive math textbooks with the School Yourself team. John Lee John is the CTO of School Yourself, and is a software engineer with a background in artificial intelligence and data mining. As a Senior Software Engineer at Google, he led the data extraction team on experimental projects to mine knowledge from the open Web and push the boundaries of opendomain question answering. He studied Physics and Computer Science at MIT and completed his Masters in Computer Science and Engineering at MIT.