# Algebra Handouts in High School Math

Find free High School Math Handouts on Algebra.

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2016
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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.

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2016
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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

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2016
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• Creating Equations
• High School
Packet for solving all kinds of equations with notes and answers

## Algebraic Fractions;

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2016
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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

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2016
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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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2016
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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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2016
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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

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2016
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• Creating Equations
• High School
Units conversion graphs and questions

## Introduction to Algebra

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2016
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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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2018
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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...