The algebra which is appropriate for all students in the twenty-first century moves away from a tight focus on manipulating symbols to include a greater emphasis on conceptual understanding, on algebra as a means of representation, and on algebraic methods as problem-solving tools. These changes in emphasis are a result of changes in technology and the resulting changes in the needs of society

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  2. Does this mean a new text is being sold, in which students will have the concept, but not be able to solve any algebra problems? Already Conceptual Physics is doing that for science.

    Next will be conceptual bank checking account balancing. Nice concept, even as important as conceptual writing, or conceptual driving safely.

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  3. Misspelling of the subject seems to be part of the new Concept

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    posted by drwls
  4. LOL!

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  5. I havve a graph that is asking me to figure this out,the grap is 10 on all sides with y at the top and x to the right f(-1)=, it gives the line that is not straight but is at the bottom -7 and at the top by the y 4 help

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    posted by Theresa
  6. what is the y value when x is -1?

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  7. -5,-3,-1

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    posted by Theresa

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