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Algebra Worksheets

  1. Absolute Value Equations
  2. Absolute Value Inequalities
  3. Absolute Value of Complex Numbers
  4. Add and Subtract Complex Numbers
  5. Add and Subtract Rational Fractions
  6. Addition and Subtraction of Algebraic Fractions
  7. Addition and Subtraction of Polynomials
  8. Addition of Matrices
  9. Algebraic Solutions to Linear Systems
  10. Algebraic Solutions to Simultaneous Equations
  11. Algebraic Translations
  12. Applied Problems for Inequalities
  13. Approximations of Irrational Numbers
  14. Binary Operations
  15. Binary Operations Advanced
  16. Calculate Value
  17. Categorizing Data and Bias
  18. Central Tendency - Mean, Mode, Median
  19. Changing Standard Form to Scientific Notation & Changing Scientific Notation to Standard Form
  20. Closure Property
  21. Common Factors
  22. Counting Principle
  23. Cyclic Nature of the Powers of i
  24. Definition of a Function
  25. Determinants: 2 x 2 Matrix
  26. Determinants: 3 x 3 Matrix (Diagonals Method)
  27. Determinants: 3 x 3 Matrix (Row and Column Method)
  28. Determine Value of Compound (Composite) Functions
  29. Direct Variation
  30. Divide Rational Fractions
  31. Division of Polynomials by Monomials
  32. Draw the Line
  33. Error in Measurement
  34. Evaluate Expressions with Fractional Exponents
  35. Evaluating Expressions
  36. Exponential Growth and Decay
  37. Exponents
  38. Express as a Single Logarithm
  39. Factorial Notation
  40. Factorials
  41. Factoring Application
  42. Factoring the Difference of Two Perfect Squares
  43. Factoring Trinomials ( a <> 1 )
  44. Factoring Trinomials ( a = 1 )
  45. Find the Intercepts
  46. Graphically Represent the Inverse of a Function
  47. Graphing Functions
  48. Graphing Inequalities
  49. Graphing Linear Inequalities
  50. Graphing Linear Systems
  51. Graphing Systems of Inequalities
  52. Graphing Parabolas
  53. Graphs and Equations of Lines
  54. Graphs of Circles
  55. Graphs of Parabolas
  56. Graphs of Linear Equations: Slope and Intercept
  57. Imaginary Unit
  58. Laws of Rational Exponents
  59. Linear Quadratic Systems
  60. Linear Systems: Write as a Linear Equation
  61. Linear Systems: Write as a Matrix
  62. Logarithm Word Problems
  63. Logic- Disjunction - OR Conditional - IF...THEN Biconditional -- IF AND ONLY IF
  64. Logic- Negation - NOT & Conjunction - AND
  65. Metric/English Measurement Conversions and Rates
  66. Multiplication and Division of Algebraic Fractions
  67. Multiplication of Matrices
  68. Multiplication of Rational Fractions
  69. Multiplication/Division with Scientific Notation
  70. Multiply a Matrix by One Number
  71. Multiplying and Dividing Complex Numbers
  72. Multiplying Polynomials
  73. Mutually Exclusive & Independent Events, Complement
  74. Operations with Radicals
  75. Operations with Signed Numbers
  76. Organizing and Interpreting Data
  77. Percentiles and Quartiles
  78. Permutations
  79. Polynomial Word Problems
  80. Power Word Problems
  81. Powers
  82. Probability Problems Involving AND & OR
  83. Properties of Real Numbers
  84. Properties of Real Numbers (Advanced)
  85. Radical Equations
  86. Rational and Irrational Numbers
  87. Review Practice with Factoring
  88. Sample Spaces
  89. Scatter Plots and Line of Best Fit
  90. Set Builder and Interval Notation
  91. Setting Up Truth Tables
  92. Signed Numbers Word Problems
  93. Simplify Complex Fractions
  94. Simplify Square Roots with Negative Numbers
  95. Simplifying (or Reducing) Algebraic Fractions
  96. Simplifying Radicals
  97. Single & Compound Events
  98. Slope of a Line
  99. Slopes and Equations of Lines
  100. Solve for an Unknown
  101. Solve the Matrix Equation
  102. Solving Exponential Equations (common base)
  103. Solving Exponential Equations (lacking a common base)
  104. Solving Factorable Quadratic Equations
  105. Solving Fractional Equations
  106. Solving Linear Inequalities
  107. Standard Form of Complex Numbers
  108. Subtraction of Matrices
  109. Systems of Linear Inequalities
  110. Theoretical versus Empirical Probability
  111. Tree Diagrams
  112. Truth Tables for Biconditionals
  113. Truth Tables for Conditionals
  114. Truth Tables for Conjunctions
  115. Truth Tables for Disjunctions (Exclusive)
  116. Truth Tables for Disjunctions (Inclusive)
  117. Truth Tables for Negations
  118. Truth Values: and, or, implies, if and only if
  119. Truth Value of Compound Sentences
  120. Truth Value of Open Sentences
  121. Undefined Algebraic Fractions
  122. Undefined Algebraic Fractions (Advanced)
  123. See ALL Algebra Worksheets Listed By Skill Development Order

Geometry Worksheets

  1. Algebraic Representations
  2. Analyzing in Three Dimensions
  3. Angle Word Problems
  4. Angles
  5. Angles Circles- Chords
  6. Angles Outside the Circle
  7. Angles with Parallel Lines
  8. Arcs in Circles
  9. Arcs in Circles
  10. Area on a Coordinate Grid
  11. Area of Polygons and Circles
  12. Area of Polygons and Circles
  13. Area of Sectors and Segments
  14. Areas and Coordinate Geometry
  15. Areas and Coordinate Geometry
  16. Areas of Polygons and Circles
  17. Central and Inscribed Angles in Circles
  18. Chords and Circles
  19. Chords, Secants, and Tangents in Circles
  20. Circle Equations
  21. Circle Equations and Graphs
  22. Circle Equations Based On Radius
  23. Circle Proofs
  24. Circle Proofs
  25. Circles: Area of Sectors and Segments
  26. Classifying a Conic Section
  27. Complement of an Event
  28. Compound Locus
  29. Compound Locus
  30. Concurrence
  31. Concurrence
  32. Congruence of Triangles
  33. Congruence of Triangles- Numerical Practice with Congruence
  34. Congruent Triangles
  35. Congruent Triangle Proofs
  36. Coordinate Geometry Proofs
  37. Cosine of Points
  38. Dilations
  39. Dilations and Similarity
  40. Direct Euclidean Proofs
  41. Distance Formula
  42. Ellipses & Standard Equations
  43. Ellipses in Standard Form
  44. Ellipses- Foci & Vertices
  45. Empirical Probability
  46. Equation of a Line
  47. Error in Measurement
  48. Exponential to Logarithmic Form
  49. Exterior Angles of Polygons
  50. Exterior Angles
  51. Geometric Constructions- Congruence
  52. Glide Reflections
  53. Graphing Linear Quadratic Systems
  54. Graphing Functions
  55. Graphs of Circles
  56. Graphically Represent the Inverse of a Function
  57. Graphing Functions
  58. Graphing Inequalities
  59. Graphing Linear Inequalities
  60. Graphing Linear Systems
  61. Graphing Systems of Inequalities
  62. Graphing Parabolas
  63. Graphs and Equations of Lines
  64. Graphs of Circles
  65. Graphs of Parabolas
  66. Graphs of Linear Equations: Slope and Intercept
  67. Hyperbolas in Standard Form
  68. Hyperbolas- Foci and Vertices
  69. Indirect Euclidean Proofs
  70. Identifying Translations
  71. Indirect Euclidean Proofs (Graphical)
  72. Interior Angles of Polygons
  73. Interior and Exterior Angles
  74. Intuitive Notion of Dilation
  75. Intuitive Work with Line Reflections
  76. Inverse Functions- Calculator Practice
  77. Isosceles Theorem
  78. Line Symmetry
  79. Lines and Planes
  80. Literal Equations
  81. Locus at a Fixed Distance
  82. Locus At a Fixed Distance from a Point
  83. Locus Equidistant from Two Intersecting Lines
  84. Locus Equidistant from Two Parallel Lines
  85. Locus Equidistant from Two Points
  86. Logarithmic to Exponential Form
  87. Midpoint of a Line Segment
  88. Midpoint of a Segment
  89. Mid-Segment of a Triangle
  90. Mutually Exclusive Events
  91. Nature of Roots
  92. Numerical Practice with BIG Circles
  93. Parabola Equations
  94. Parabola Standard Equations
  95. Parabola- Equations & Graphs
  96. Parabolas- Focus & Directrix
  97. Parabolas- Graphs & Equations
  98. Parallel Lines
  99. Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
  100. Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
  101. Parts of a Parabola
  102. Perimeter and Circumference
  103. Perimeter of Polygons & Circumference of Circles
  104. Point Symmetry
  105. Polygons - Exterior Angles of Polygons
  106. Polygons - Each Interior Angle
  107. Polynomial Denominators
  108. Prisms, Pyramids, Cylinders, Cones, Spheres
  109. Probability Problems AND/OR
  110. Proof Warm Ups
  111. Proofs in Coordinates
  112. Proofs With Congruent Triangles
  113. Proportion in a Right Triangles
  114. Pythagorean Theorem
  115. Pythagorean Theorem Word Problems
  116. Quadrilateral Proofs
  117. Quadrilaterals- The Quadrilateral Family (and Properties)
  118. Quartiles & Percentiles
  119. Rationalize Denominators
  120. Recognizing Congruent Triangles
  121. Recognizing Congruent Triangles
  122. Reflection in a Line
  123. Reflection in a Line- Identification
  124. Reflection in a Line
  125. Reflection in a Line
  126. Reflection in a Point
  127. Reflection in a Point
  128. Rotational Symmetry
  129. Rotations
  130. Similarity
  131. Sine of Points
  132. Sine of x
  133. Single Compound Events
  134. Solve For The Unknown
  135. Solving Functions Algebraically
  136. Solving Functions Graphically
  137. Sum of Interior Angles
  138. Sum Of Interior Angles Word Problems
  139. Tangents And Circles
  140. Tangent of Points
  141. Tangent of x
  142. The Quadrilateral Family
  143. Theoretical Probability
  144. Triangle Inequalities
  145. Triangle Inequality Theorm
  146. Triangle Proofs
  147. Triangles
  148. Triangles In Problems
  149. Transformations- Dilation
  150. Transformations- Line Symmetry
  151. Transformations- Point Symmetry
  152. Transformations: Identifying Line Reflections
  153. Transformations: Identifying Translations
  154. Transformations: Rotation
  155. Transformations: Working with Translations
  156. Translations
  157. Translations & Vectors
  158. Types of Angles
  159. Using a Calculator (sin, cos, tan)
  160. Value of a Log
  161. Venn Diagrams
  162. Volume and Surface Area of Solids
  163. Volume and Surface Area of Solids and Cylinders
  164. Write Parabola Equations
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  • Probability & Statistics Worksheets

    1. Combinations: nCn & nCr
    2. Complement of an Event
    3. Counting Principle
    4. Counting Principle (Difficult)
    5. Conditional Probability
    6. Empirical Probability
    7. Mutually Exclusive & Independent Events, Complement
    8. Mutually Exclusive Events
    9. Permutations: nPn & nPR
    10. Probability: Independent Events
    11. Probability Problems Involving AND & OR
    12. Problems Involving AND & OR
    13. Single & Compound Events
    14. Single & Compound Events
    15. Sample Spaces
    16. Sample Spaces Word-based
    17. Theoretical Probability
    18. Theoretical versus Empirical Probability
    19. Tree Diagrams
    20. Tree Diagrams Word-based
    21. See ALL Probability & Statistics Worksheets Listed By Skill Development Order

    Trigonometry Worksheets

    1. Absolute Value
    2. Absolute Value Equations
    3. Absolute Value Equations
    4. Absolute Value Inequalities
    5. Absolute Value Inequalities
    6. Absolute Value of Complex Numbers
    7. Absolute Value of Complex Numbers
    8. Adding and Subtracting Complex Numbers
    9. Adding and Subtracting Rational (Fractional) Expressions
    10. Angle Sum and Difference, Double Angle and Half Angle Formulas
    11. Arc Length and Radian Measure
    12. Area of Triangle Using Trigonometry
    13. Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences and Series
    14. Binomial Probability
    15. Central Tendency and Dispersion
    16. CoFunctions
    17. Comparison of Volumes of Similar Solids
    18. Completing the Square
    19. Composition of Functions
    20. Cosine: Find the value of x
    21. Direct and Inverse Variation
    22. Direct Variation
    23. Division of Rational (Fractional) Expressions
    24. Equations of Circles
    25. Evaluating Rational (Fractional) Exponents
    26. Exponential Expressions and Equations
    27. Exponential Functions
    28. Factoring Polynomials
    29. Fill in the missing angle
    30. Functions - Domain and One-to-one, Onto
    31. Functions - Recognize and Evaluate
    32. Graphically Represent the Inverse of a Function
    33. Graphing Complex Numbers
    34. Graphs Dealing with Sine and Cosine
    35. Graphs Dealing with Tangent, Cotangent, Secant, Cosecant
    36. Graphs of Circles
    37. Graphs of Polynomial Equations of Higher Degree
    38. Imaginary Unit and Standard Complex Form
    39. Inverse Functions
    40. Inverse Trigonometry Functions
    41. Law of Cosines
    42. Law of Sines
    43. Law of Sines and the Ambiguous Case
    44. Length of a Line Segment - Distance
    45. Linear - Quadratic Systems
    46. Logarithmic Equations
    47. Logarithmic Expressions
    48. Logarithmic Functions
    49. Multiplying and Dividing Complex Numbers
    50. Multiplying and Dividing Complex Numbers
    51. Multiplying Rational (Fractional) Expressions
    52. Nature of Roots - Sum and Product
    53. Normal Distribution and Standard Deviation
    54. Permutations and Combinations
    55. Polynomial Equations of Higher Degree
    56. Positive, Negative and Zero Exponents
    57. Powers of i
    58. Proportions
    59. Pythagorean Identities
    60. Quadratic Inequalities
    61. Radical Equations
    62. Radicals
    63. Rational (Fractional) Exponents
    64. Rational Equations
    65. Rational Inequalities
    66. Rationalizing Denominators with Radicals
    67. Recursive Sequences
    68. Reference Angles and Triangles
    69. Regression Analysis
    70. Scale Drawing
    71. Sequences
    72. Sigma Notation and Series
    73. Similar Polygons: Ratio of Perimeters & Areas
    74. Simplifying Complex Fractions/Expressions
    75. Simplifying Rational (Fractional) Expressions
    76. Simplifying Square Roots with Negative Numbers
    77. Solving Combinations of Variations
    78. Solving Quadratic Equations
    79. Solving Quadratic Equations with Complex Roots
    80. Special Right Triangles (Geometry emphasis)
    81. Special Right Triangles (Trigonometry emphasis)
    82. The Binomial Theorem
    83. The Discriminant
    84. Theoretical and Empirical Probabilities
    85. Transformations with Functions
    86. Trigonometric Equations
    87. Trigonometric Functions
    88. Trigonometric Ratios
    89. Trigonometric Word Problems
    90. Working with Right Triangles
    91. See ALL Trigonometry Worksheets Listed By Skill Development Order

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    What Are High School Students Learning in Math Class?

    "Students will learn moderate to advanced levels of Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus. They will learn how to work with confidence a Scientific Calculator and a Units Conversion Calculator."

    Grades 9-12 are considered to be high school level and during those four years students are going to learn many, many math concepts. Math curriculums will vary from state to state but you can be assured that they will be rigorous. Students will learn moderate to advanced levels of Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus. They will learn how to work with confidence a Scientific Calculator and a Units Conversion Calculator.

    Much of the math that is taught in high school is cumulative, meaning that new concepts will be built upon what has been learned in earlier grades. In other words, it will be more advanced. Each section must be mastered completely or the next section will not make sense. Mastery of material from previous courses makes success in later courses more likely, so continually review and practice concepts from prior math classes. Students should always do their assignments early enough so that they can get help with the things they do not understand. Learn how to use your calculator effectively and efficiently, especially if exams are timed and you have trouble completing tests in the allotted time. Your instructor should be able to suggest which type of calculator will be most beneficial for your class and then you need to learn how to use important function keys.

    Be prepared to know all of the math definitions, symbols, equations, and problem solving steps. You will also become familiarized with flash cards, running concept lists, flow charts, and matrices. One of the biggest problems with math is that most people find it to be very boring so they lack interest. Anything that you have been able to learn easily was learned because you had an interest in it and if you don't have an interest in math, you will find it boring as well. If you're interested in something, it's easy to learn. If you want to make math easy to learn, you have to find some way to make it interesting to you. There are lots of ways to go about this. One is to find some relation between math and something that you're already interested in. It's a good bet that no matter what you like to do, learning about math can let you do it more easily, and can even increase the amount of enjoyment that you get out of it. Another possible answer is that you've been able to learn other things easily because you've been able to instantly form lots of connections to things that you already know.

    Not too many teachers are able to make math come alive, yes they can teach it but it is a special gift to be able to deliver it with life and meaning and to be able to capture at least most of your audience. Do you recall the Ten Commandments of Math? This is when you might want to print yourself a copy because those high school math years can be treacherous.


    1. Thou shalt read thy problem...carefully.

    2. Whatsoever thou doest to one side of thy equation, do ye also to the other.

    3. Thou must use thy "common sense."

    4. Thou shalt ignore the teachings of false prophets to do all thy work in thy head.

    5. When thou knowest not, thou shalt look it up; and if thy search still eludes thee, thou shalt ask thy All-Knowing Teacher.

    6. Thou shalt master each step before putting thy heavy foot down on the next.

    7. Thy correct answer does not prove that thou hast worked thy problem correctly. This argument convincest none, least of all thy Teacher.

    8. Thou shalt first see that thou hast copied thy problem correctly, before bearing false witness that the answer book lieth.

    9. Thou shalt look back even unto thy youth and remember thy arithmetic.

    10. Thou shalt learn, read, write, speak, and listen correctly in the language of mathematics, and verily A's and B's shall follow thee even unto graduation.