Algebra Worksheets & Problems
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Page updated : 12 March 2018
Below are a number of worksheets covering elementary algebra problems.
Elementary Algebra is about manipulating mathematical expressions, with quantities represented by symbols e.g x, y or z. Using symbols instead of numbers makes it possible for work in a general rather than a specific way, and it allows us to manipulate and rewrite the relationships between quantities in different ways. This can also help with finding patterns.
Algebra is the generalization and representation, in symbolic form, of significant results and patterns in arithmetic and other areas of mathematics.
Calculus, an important branch of algebra, concerns itself with the study of behaviour of functions. It includes differential and integral calculus. Differential calculus is concerned with variations of functions, maximum and minimum values, gradients and approximations. Integral calculus is concerned with areas and volumes. Calculus has many applications in science.
Calculus was developed independently by Newton and Leibnitz in the 17th centuary.
High school math students can use these algebra problems for study purposes. High School Teachers  you're welcome to copy these worksheets for classroom use. Parents  if you'd like to help your child learn math we suggest you start with our math tutorial section before returning to use these worksheets.
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ALGEBRA WORKSHEETS 

The Great Algebra Egg Race 
Year 9 Algebra Revision 1 Sheet 

What Next?

HCS  Using your schools name in fun algebra problems


Algebra Mazes 
Eating Cake 

Graphs

Algebra Revision


Crossnumber 
What is It? 

Sketching Parabolas.



Maxima and Minima

Linear Systems. 

Simultaneous Equations

Convergence and Divergence. 

Can you solve the following problems? 

The Great Potato Hunt

Linear Systems


Ellipses

Factorisation Maze 

Graph Project 
Surrounding Tiles


A Waiters Nightmare 

Homework Humdingers

Poster Design


Graphing Practice

Algebra Investigations 
ALGEBRA TUTORIALS
 Solving Linear Equations
Learn how to solve simple algebriac equations like 4x  5 = 3x + 7
Single variable only
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 9 or 10  Solving Quadratic
Equations
What if the variable has a power of 2 or is squared?
How to solve simple quadratic equations by square rooting and factorising.
The first part of this tutorial is suitbale for Year 10 students.
The second part of this tutorial is suitable for Year 11 students.  Introduction to Graphing
 Cartesian Coordinates
How to plot points on a graph.
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 9  Drawing Straight
Line Graphs using the Tabular Method
Examples of the general equation ... y = mx + c
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 9 or 10  Plotting
Straight Line Graphs using the Intercept Method
Using the intercept method to obtain an xintercept and a yintercept and then plotting a straight line graph.
This tutorial is suitable for studentsin Year 10.  Drawing
a Straight Line Graph using the Gradient Method
For the graph y = mx + c we can use the gradient (m) and the intercept (c) to plot a straight line graph.
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 10.  Drawing
Quadratic and Cubic Graphs
An introduction to the quadratic and cubic graphs and using the tabular method to plot them.
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 11.
CALCULUS TUTORIALS
 Introduction
to Differentiation
Definitions, worked examples and exercises with solutions. Your first step to calculus.
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 12.  Differentiation
of Negative Indices & Rational Powers
You should review the differentiation of positive powers first (above) as negative indices are managed in the same way but you need to take care with the signs.
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 12.  Applications
of Differentiation
Using derivatives to find the grandient of a tangent and normal of straight line graphs.
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 12 or 13.  Introduction
to Integration
Sometimes called antidifferentiation, integration is the process of finding the definite or indefinite integral of a function.
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 12.
A note about year levels
Where appropriate each worksheet is given a year level that it is applicable
to. As we're all in different countries the year level corresponds to
the number of years at school. So, for example, a worksheet for Year
11 is for students in their 11th year of school.
Worksheets for earlier or later years may still be suitable for you.
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