Algebra Handouts in High School Math

Find free High School Math Handouts on Algebra.
Factorizing quadratics handout
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
A handout for factorizing quadratics; starter has multiplying out pairs of brackets and finding numbers which give a certain sum and product.
Finding the gradient (slope)
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • MS, HS
A sheet with starter main and extention. Main has finding the gradient/slope of a line connecting two coordinates.
Solving Equations
Mromath 
Updated: 
2016
2 Comments
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  • Creating Equations
  • High School
Packet for solving all kinds of equations with notes and answers
Algebraic Fractions;
hassan2008 
Updated: 
2016
4 Comments
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  • Creating Equations
  • High School
Addition and subtraction of algebraic fractions; solving equations with algebraic fractions; includes many leading to solving quadratic equations by...
Direct Proportion
nottcl 
Updated: 
2016
1 Comment
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  • Creating Equations
  • High School
Write-on worksheet for direct proportion - students fill in missing values and write formulae.
Test Questions – Algebra
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  • Creating Equations
  • High School
handout of test questions based on Mixed Algebra at Grade 9-10- Good for use as independent work for homework practice of some test style questions...
Test Questions – Multiplicative Relationships
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  • Creating Equations
  • High School
Handout of exam questions based on Multiplicative Relationships - Good for use as independent work for homework practice of exam style questions or...
Conversion graphs
Tristanjones 
Updated: 
2016
1 Comment
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  • Creating Equations
  • High School
Units conversion graphs and questions
Introduction to Algebra
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  • Creating Equations
  • High School
This is suitable for students that have no background in algebra, or for students that never really understood the principles behind algebra. The...
How it would feel to fly an X-wing: G-Force
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Standards aligned
Ever wonder what it would be like to be an X-wing pilot? By using knowledge of basic, Newtonian physics and a calculator, we can find out exactly...