8th grade (U.S.)

8th grade is all about tackling the meat of algebra and getting exposure to some of the foundational concepts in geometry. If you get this stuff (and you should because you're incredibly persistent), the rest of your life will be easy. Okay, maybe not your whole life, but at least your mathematical life. Seriously, if you really get the equations and functions stuff we cover here, most of high school will feel intuitive, even relaxing. (Content was selected for this grade level based on a typical curriculum in the United States.)
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Solving equations with one unknown

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Linear equations in one variable

You started first solving equations in sixth and seventh grade. You'll now extend this skill by tackling fancier equations that have variables on both sides. Common Core Standards: 8.EE.C.7, 8.EE.C.7b

Solutions to linear equations

Not all equations in one variable have exactly one solution. Some have no solutions and some are true for any value of the unknown. In this tutorial, we'll learn to tell the difference (and understand why this is). Common Core Standard: 8.EE.C.7a

Linear equation word problems

In 72 years, Sal will be 3 times as old as he is today (although he might not be... um... capable of doing much). How old is Sal today? The sum of 5 consecutive integers is 15; what are the integers? These classic questions have plagued philosophers through the ages. Actually, they haven't. But they have plagued algebra students! Even though few people ask questions like this in the real-world, these are strangely enjoyable problems.