### Math Goodies

Read the explanations, then do the problems in your math journal.

### NLVM

This site is great for practicing the addition of positive and negative integers. Follow each direction step at the top carefully, and you'll get a very good visual representation of how these problems work. Use this with your 12-1 practice sheet.

### GMU

Now that you understand functions, learn to graph them.

### Interactive Resources

This is a cool function machine with some challenging outputs!

### unitedstreaming

These movies will give you good examples of some of the math topice we've been covering in this unit. The inequality section is for challenge. For more challenge movies, look in Math B, Unit 5.

Math B, Unit 2. Use the sites on negative exponents (pay attention to any number with an exponent of zero simplifying to 1. Know the difference between the distributive, associative, and commutative properties, and how to solve inequalitied. There are Brainpops on all of these. In Math B Unit 5, there are sites for functions and linear equations. There are also Brainpops on these.

### Free Math Help

This site has lots of topics with both text and video lessons (at he bottom). Good stuff!

### Shodor Interactive

Plug in numbers for the value of X, and let the function machine spit out the vlaue of Y. Can you guess the function?

### GMU

Learn about different types of functions.

### Rice

Scroll down to the secone story to better understand how slope on a line graph can be used to tell a story.

### NLVM

This is the subtraction site that goes with the addition one before it. Use it with your practice sheets for 12-2. See more integer sites on Math B Unit 2.

### Math.com

Practice using the order of operations. See Math B Unit 2 for other Order of Operations links.

### Algebra Help

Plug in your numbers to practice with functions.

### Home School Math

This is actually a teacher site, but it gives good explanations of these topics. There are also links at the bottom to other sites.

### Math Goodles

Read the explanations. Then answer the problems in your math journal. There's also a worksheet for this. Click Worksheets on the left, and look in Pre Algebra.

### Quiz

Play a fun game to practice solving equations.