Algebra 1
Khan Academy Video Correlations
By SpringBoard Activity and Learning Target
SB Activity 
Video(s) 
Unit 1: Equations and Inequalities 

Activity
1 Investigating
Patterns 11 Learning Targets: á Identify patterns in data. á Use tables, graphs, and expressions to
model situations. á Use expressions to make predictions. 12 Learning Targets: á Use patterns to write expressions. á Use tables, graphs, and expressions to
model situations. 
Algebraic
Expressions 
Treating
units algebraically and dimensional analysis Writing
simple algebraic expressions Writing
algebraic expressions word problem Evaluating
an expression example Evaluating
an expression using substitution Expression
terms, factors, and coefficients 

Patterns
and Expressions 



Activity
2 Solving
Equations 21 Learning Targets: á Use the algebraic method to solve an
equation. á Write and solved an equation to model a
realworld situation. 22 Learning Targets: á Write and solve an equation to model a
realworld situation. á Interpret parts of an expression in terms
of its context. 23 Learning Targets: á Solve complex equations with variables on
both sides and justify each step in the solution process. á Write and solve an equation to model a
realworld situation. 24 Learning Targets: á Identify equations that have no solution. á Identify equations that have infinitely
many solutions. 25 Learning Targets: á Solve literal equations for a specified
variable. á Use a formula that has been solved for a
specified variable to determine an unknown quantity. 
The
ÒWhyÓ of Algebra: Equation Basics 
Why
we do the same thing to both sides: Simple equations Why
we do the same thing to both sides: Multistep equations 

Simple Equations 

Simple
equations of the form ax = b Simple
equations of the from x/a = b 

Equations with Variable on Both Sides 

Adding
and subtracting from both sides of an equation 

More
Complex Equations 

Solving
a more complicated equation Example
1: Variables on both sides Example
2: Variables on both sides 

Equations
with No Solutions or Infinitely Many Solutions 

Number
of solutions to linear equations Number
of solutions to linear equations ex 2 

Solving Literal Equations for a Variable 

Activity
3 Solving
Inequalities 31 Learning Targets: á Understand what is meant by a solution of
an inequality. á Graph solutions of inequalities on a number
line. 32 Learning Targets: á Write inequalities to represent realworld
situations. á Solve multistep inequalities. 33 Learning Targets: á Graph compound inequalities. á Solve compound inequalities. 
OneStep
Inequalities 
Constructing
and solving a onestep inequality Onestep
inequality involving addition Inequalities
using addition and subtraction 

MultiStep
Inequalities 

Constructing
and solving a twostep inequality 

Compound
Inequalities 

Activity
4 Absolute
Value Equations and Inequalities 41 Learning Targets: á Understand what is meant by a solution of
an absolute value equation. á Solve absolute value equations. 42 Learning Targets: á Solve absolute value inequalities. á Graph solutions of absolute value
inequalities. 
Absolute
Value Equations 
Absolute
value equations example 1 Absolute
value equation example 2 

Absolute
Value Inequalities 

Unit 2: Functions 

Activity
5 Functions
and Function Notation 51 Learning Targets: á Represent relations and functions using
tables, diagrams, and graphs. á Identify relations that are functions. 52 Learning Targets: á Describe the domain and range of a
function. á Find inputoutput pairs for a function. 53 Learning Targets: á Use and interpret function notation. á Evaluate a function for specific values of
the domain. 
Relations and Functions 
Domain
and Range 

Domain
and range of a relation 

Function
Notation 

Evaluating
with function notation Understanding
function notation (example 1) 

Activity
6 Graphs
of Functions 61 Learning Targets: á Relate the domain and range of a function
to its graph. á Identify and interpret key features of
graphs. 62 Learning Targets: á Relate the domain and range of a function
to its graph and to its function rule. á Identify and interpret key features of
graphs. 63 Learning Targets: á Identify and interpret key features of
graphs. á Determine the reasonable domain and range
for a realworld situation. 
Graphs of Functions 
Graphical
relations and functions 

Activity
7 Graphs
of Functions 71 Learning Targets: á Graph a function given a table. á Write an equation for a function given a
table or graph. 72 Learning Targets: á Graph a function describing a realworld
situation and identify and interpret key features of the graph. 73 Learning Targets: á Given a verbal description of a function,
make a table and a graph of the function. á Graph a function and identify and interpret
key features of the graph. 
Graphs of Functions 
Activity
8 Transformations
of Functions 81 Learning Targets: á Identify the effect on the graph of
replacing f(x) by f(x) + k. á Identify the transformation used to produce
one graph from another. 
N/A 
Activity
9 Rates
of Change 91 Learning Targets: á Determine the slope of a line from a graph. á Develop and use the formula for slope. 92 Learning Targets: á Calculate and interpret the rate of change
for a function. á Understand the connection between rate of
change and slope. 93 Learning Targets: á Show that a linear function has a constant
rate of change. á Understand when the slope of a line is
positive, negative, zero, or undefined. á
Identify
functions that do not have a constant rate of change and understand that
these functions are not linear. 
Slope 
Slope
and Rate of Change 



Activity
10 Linear
Models 101 Learning Targets: á Write and graph direct variation. á Identify the constant of variation. 102 Learning Targets: á Write and graph indirect variations. á Distinguish between direct and indirect
variation. 103 Learning Targets: á Write, graph, and analyze a linear model
for a realworld situation. á Interpret aspects of a model in terms of
the realworld situation. 104 Learning Targets: á Write the inverse function for a linear
function. á
Determine
the domain and range of an inverse function. 
Variation 
Recognizing
direct and inverse variation Proportionality
constant for direct variation 

Inverse
Functions 

Introduction
to function inverses 

Activity
11 Arithmetic
Sequences 111 Learning Targets: á Identify sequences that are arithmetic
sequences. á Use the common difference to determine a
specified term of an arithmetic sequence. 112 Learning Targets: á Develop an explicit formula for the nth term of an arithmetic sequence. á Use an explicit formula to find any term of
an arithmetic sequence. á Write a formula for an arithmetic sequence
given two terms or a graph. 113 Learning Targets: á Use function notation to write a general
formula for the nth term of an arithmetic
sequence. á Find any term of an arithmetic sequence
written as a function. 114 Learning Targets: á Write a recursive formula for a given
arithmetic sequence. á
Use
a recursive formula to find the terms of an arithmetic sequence. 
Arithmetic
Sequences 
Activity
12 Forms
of Linear Functions 121 Learning Targets: á Write the equation of a line in
slopeintercept form. á Use slopeintercept form to solve problems. 122 Learning Targets: á Write the equation of a line in pointslope
form. á Use pointslope form to solve problems. 123 Learning Targets: á Write the equation of a line in standard
form. á Use the standard form of a linear equation
to solve problems. 124 Learning Targets: á Describe the relationship among the slopes
of parallel lines and perpendicular lines. á Write an equation of a line that contains a
given point and is parallel or perpendicular to a given line. 
SlopeIntercept
Form 
Constructing
linear equations to solve word problems Graphing
a line in slopeintercept form Converting
to slopeintercept form Multiple
examples of constructing linear equations in slopeintercept form Slopeintercept
form from table Constructing
equations in slopeintercept form from graphs Graphing
using x and yintercepts 

PointSlope Form 

Linear
equation from slope and a point Finding
a linear equation given a point and slope 

Standard Form 

Slopes of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines 

Equations
of parallel and perpendicular lines Parallel
lines 3 geometry Perpendicular
lines geoemtry Perpendicular
lines 2 geometry Perpendicular
line slope geometry 

Activity
13 Equations
from Data 131 Learning Targets: á Use collected data to make a scatter plot. á Determine the equation of a trend line. 132 Learning Targets: á Use a linear model to make predictions. á Use technology to perform a linear
regression. 133 Learning Targets: á Use technology to perform quadratic and
exponential regressions, and then make predictions. á
Compare
and contrast linear, quadratic, and exponential regressions. 
Scatter
Plots 
Trend
Lines 

Unit 3: Extensions of Linear Concepts 

Activity
14 PiecewiseDefined
Linear Functions 141
Learning Targets á Use function notation and interpret
statements that use function notation in terms of a context. á Calculate the rate of change of a
linear function presented in multiple representation. 142 Learning Targets á Write linear equations in two
variables given a table of values, a graph, or a verbal description. á Determine the domain and range of a
linear function, determine their reasonableness, and represent them using
inequalities. 143 Learning Targets á Evaluate a function at specific
inputs within the function's domain. á
Graph
piecewisedefined functions. 
N/A 
Activity
15 Comparing
Equations 151 Learning Targets: á Write a linear equation given a graph or a
table. á Analyze key features of a function given
its graph. 152 Learning Targets: á Graph and analyze functions on the same
coordinate plane. á Write inequalities to represent realworld
situations. 153 Learning Targets: á Write a linear equation given a verbal
description. á
Graph
and analyze functions on the same coordinate plane. 
Writing
and Graphing Equations 
Exploring
linear relationships Interpreting
a graph exercise example Application
problem with graph 

Activity
16 Inequalities
in Two Variables 161 Learning Targets: á Write linear inequalities in two variables. á Read and interpret the graph of the
solutions of a linear inequality in two variables. 162 Learning Targets: á Graph on a coordinate plane the solutions
of a linear inequality in two variables. á
Interpret
the graph of the solutions of a linear inequality in two variables. 
Graphing Linear Inequalities 
Solving
and graphing linear inequalities in two variables 1 

Activity
17 Solving
Systems of Linear Equations 171 Learning Targets: á Solve a system of linear equations by
graphing. á Interpret the solution of a system of
linear equations. 172 Learning Targets: á Solve a system of linear equations using a
table or the substitution method. á Interpret the solution of a system of
linear equations. 173 Learning Targets: á Use the elimination method to solve a
system of linear equations. á Write a system of linear equations to model
a situation. 174 Learning Targets: á Explain when a system of linear equations
has no solution. á Explain when a system of linear equations
has infinitely many solutions. 175 Learning Targets: á Determine the number of solutions of a
system of equations. á Classify a system of linear equations as
independent or dependent and as consistent or inconsistent. 
Solving
Systems by Graphing 
Solving
linear systems by graphing Graphical
systems application problem 

Solving Systems with Tables and Substitution 

Example
1: Solving systems by substitution Example
2: Solving systems by substitution 

Solving Systems using the Elimination Method 

Example
1: Solving systems by elimination Example
2: Solving systems by elimination 

Systems
Without a Unique Solution 

Classifying
Systems of Equations 

Consistent
and inconsistent systems 

Activity
18 Solving
Systems of Linear Inequalities 181 Learning Targets: á Determine whether an ordered pair is a
solution of a system of linear inequalities. á Graph the solutions of a system of linear
inequalities. 182 Learning Targets: á Identify solutions to systems of linear
inequalities when the solution region is determined by parallel lines. á
Interpret
solutions of systems of linear inequalities. 
Solving
Systems of Linear Inequalities 
Testing
solutions for a system of inequalities Visualizing
the solution set for a system of inequalities 

Unit 4: Exponents, Radicals, and Polynomials 

Activity
19 Exponent
Rules 191 Learning Targets: á Develop basic exponent properties. á Simplify expressions involving exponents. 192 Learning Targets: á Understand what is meant by negative and
zero powers. á Simplify expressions involving exponents. 193 Learning Targets: á Develop the Power of a Power, Power of a
Product, and the Power of a Quotient Properties. á Simplify expressions involving exponents. 
Basic
Exponent Properties 
Negative
and Zero Powers 

Introduction
to negative exponents 

Additional
Properties of Exponents 

Products
and exponents raised to an exponent properties 

Activity
20 Operations
with Radicals 201 Learning Targets: á Write and simplify radical expressions. á Understand what is meant by a rational
exponent. 202 Learning Targets: á Add radical expressions. á Subtract radical expressions. 203 Learning Targets: á Multiply and divide radical expressions. á
Rationalize
the denominator of a radical expression. 
Operations
with Radicals 
Radical
equivalent to rational exponents Radical
equivalent to rational exponents 2 Multiply
and simplify a radical expression 1 Radical
expressions with higher roots 

Activity
21 Geometric
Sequences 211 Learning Targets: á Identify geometric sequences and the common
ratio in a geometric sequence. á Distinguish between arithmetic and
geometric sequences. 212 Learning Targets: á Write a recursive formula for a geometric
sequence. á Write an explicit formula for a geometric
sequence. á
Use
a formula to find a given term of a geometric sequence. 
Geometric
Sequences 
Geometric
sequences introduction 

Activity
22 Exponential
Functions 221 Learning Targets: á Understand the definition of an exponential
function. á Graph and analyze exponential growth
functions. 222 Learning Targets: á Describe characteristics of exponential
decay functions. á Graph and analyze exponential decay
functions. 223 Learning Targets: á Describe key features of graphs of
exponential functions. á
Compare
graphs of exponential and linear functions. 
Exponential
Functions 
Graphing
exponential functions Understanding
linear and exponential models Constructing
linear and exponential functions from data 

Activity
23 Modeling
with Exponential Functions 231 Learning Targets: á Create an exponential function to model
compound interest, 232 Learning Targets: á Create an exponential function to fit
population data. á
Interpret
values in an exponential function. 
Examples
of Exponential Functions 
Introduction
to compound interest Exponential
growth and decay word problems Modeling
ticket fines with exponential function 

Activity
24 Adding
and Subtracting Polynomials 241 Learning Targets: á Identify parts of a polynomial. á Identify the degree of a polynomial. 242 Learning Targets: á Use algebra tiles to add polynomials. á Add polynomials algebraically. 243 Learning Targets: á Subtract polynomials algebraically. 
Adding
and Subtracting Polynomials 
Terms
coefficients and exponents in a polynomial Example:
Adding polynomials with multiple variables Subtracting
polynomials with multiple variables Addition
and subtraction of polynomials Adding
and subtracting polynomials 1 

Activity
25 Multiplying
Polynomials 251 Learning Targets:
252 Learning Targets:
253 Learning Targets:

Multiplying
Polynomials 
Multiplying
binomials and polynomials Multiplying
binomials word problems 

Special
Products of Binomials 

Activity
26 Factoring 261 Learning Targets:
262 Learning Targets:

Factoring
by Greatest Common Factor 
Factor
expressions using the GCF 

Factoring
Special Products 

Example:
Factoring perfect square trinomials 

Activity
27 Factoring
Trinomials 271 Learning Targets:
272 Learning Targets:

Factoring
Trinomials 
Factoring
quadratic expressions Examples:
Factoring simple quadratics 

Activity
28 Simplifying
Rational Expressions 281 Learning Targets:
282 Learning Targets:
283 Learning Targets:
284 Learning Targets:

Simplifying Rational Expressions 
Simplifying
rational expressions introduction Simplifying
rational expressions 1 Simplifying
rational expressions 2 Simplifying
rational expressions 3 

Multiplying
& Dividing Rational Expressions 

Multiplying
and simplifying rational expressions Multiplying
and dividing rational expressions 1 Multiplying
and dividing rational expressions 2 Multiplying
and dividing rational expressions 3 

Adding & Subtracting Rational Expressions 

Adding
and subtracting rational expressions Adding
and subtracting rational expressions 2 Adding
and subtracting rational expressions 3 Subtracting
rational expressions Simplifying
first for subtracting rational expressions 

Unit 5: Quadratic Functions 

Activity
29 Introduction
to Quadratic Functions 291 Learning Targets:
292 Learning Targets:

Graphing
Parabolas 
Graphing
a parabola with a table of values Graphing
a parabola by finding the roots and vertex 

Vertex
and Axis of Symmetry 

Parabola
vertex and axis of symmetry Finding
the vertex of a parabola example Multiple
examples graphing parabolas using roots and vertices 

Activity
30 Graphing Quadratic Functions 301 Learning Targets:
302 Learning Targets:
303 Learning Targets:

N/A 
Activity
31 Solving
Quadratic Equations by Graphing and Factoring 311 Learning Targets:
312 Learning Targets:
313 Learning Targets:

Solving Quadratic Equations 


Vertex
and Axis of Symmetry 

Parabola
vertex and axis of symmetry Finding
the vertex of a parabola example Multiple
examples graphing parabolas using roots and vertices 

Activity
32 Algebraic
Methods of Solving Quadratic Equations 321 Learning Targets:
322 Learning Targets:
323 Learning Targets:
324 Learning Targets:
325 Learning Targets:

The Square Root Method 
Completing the Square 

Solving
quadratic equations by completing the square Example
1: Completing the square 

The Quadratic Formula 

How
to use the quadratic formula Example:
Quadratics in standard form Example
1: Using the quadratic formula Example
2: Using the quadratic formula Example
3: Using the quadratic formula 

Choosing a Method and Using the Discriminant 

Discriminant
of quadratic equations Discriminant
for types of solutions for a quadratic 

Complex Solutions 

Example:
Complex roots for a quadratic 

Activity
33 Applying
Quadratic Equations 331 Learning Targets:
332 Learning Targets:

Fitting
Data with Quadratic and Exponential Functions 
Comparing
exponential and quadratic models 

Activity
34 Modeling
with Functions 341 Learning Targets:
342 Learning Targets:
343 Learning Targets:

Modeling
with Functions 
Comparing
exponential and quadratic models Constructing
linear and exponential functions from data Constructing
linear and exponential functions from graph 

Activity
35 Systems
of Equations 351 Learning Targets:
352 Learning Targets:

Solving
Systems of Nonlinear Equations 
Systems
of nonlinear equations 1 Systems
of nonlinear equations 2 Systems
of nonlinear equations 3 Nonlinear
systems of equations 1 Nonlinear
systems of equations 2 Nonlinear
systems of equations 3 

Unit 6: Probability and Statistics 

Activity
36 Measures
of Center and Spread 361 Learning Targets:
362 Learning Targets:

Mean,
Median, Mode 
Distribution 

Comparing
means of distributions Means
and medians of different distributions 

Activity
37 Dot
and Box Plots and the Normal Distribution 371 Learning Targets:
372 Learning Targets:

Box
and Whisker 
Range 

Finding
the range and midrange Introduction
to the normal distribution 

Activity
38 Correlation 381 Learning Targets:
382 Learning Targets:

Correlation 


Activity
39 The
BestFit Line 391 Learning Targets:
392 Learning Targets:
393 Learning Targets:
394 Learning Targets:

Line
of Bestfit 
Estimating
the line of best fit exercise 

Activity
40 Bivariate
Data 401 Learning Targets:
402 Learning Targets:

Twoway
Frequency Tables 
Twoway
frequency tables and Venn diagrams 

Categorical
Date 

Analyzing
trends in categorical data 