Students will develop the understanding they need to resolve more complex problems and functions with step-by-step instruction in *Algebra 1*. 120 lessons cover signed numbers, exponents; roots; absolute value; equations and inequalities; scientific notations; unit conversions; polynomials; graphs; factoring; quadratic equations; direct and inverse variations; exponential growth; statistics; and probability.

**This kit includes:**

Student Text; 564 pages, hardcover. Short answers for problem/practice sets, an index and glossary are included.

The Homeschool Packet includes contains 30 student tests & test answers. The Answer key portion shows only the final solution for the practice and problem sets found in the student text.

The Solutions Manual features solutions to all textbook practices and problem sets. Early solutions contain every step, while later solutions omit obvious steps. Final answers are in bold type for accurate, efficient grading.

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Customer Reviews for Saxon Algebra 1 Homeschool Kit with Solutions Manual, 3rd Edition

Review 1 for Saxon Algebra 1 Homeschool Kit with Solutions Manual, 3rd Edition

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Date:January 10, 2013

Amy Swaney

Age:35-44

Gender:female

Quality:

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My son did not like the book at all and so we switched back to bob jones Algebra I.

He likes that and also Abeka Algebra I.

we are happier with those 2 than any other math because it gives you a more step by step and explains it a lot better.

He likes that and also Abeka Algebra I.

we are happier with those 2 than any other math because it gives you a more step by step and explains it a lot better.

Review 2 for Saxon Algebra 1 Homeschool Kit with Solutions Manual, 3rd Edition

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Date:November 3, 2012

mlj9592

Age:45-54

Gender:female

Quality:

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I have used Saxon on and off for the past 8 years. I tried a different Algebra program with my 13 yr old son because it didn't seem that he was picking up as quickly with the Saxon Algebra 1/2 as I thought he should have. Turns out that he really did understand the concepts and principles as taught in the 1/2, and the new program was just not as detailed. So we'll be switching to the Saxon algebra WITH the geometry portion included (4th edition doesn't include as much).

Review 3 for Saxon Algebra 1 Homeschool Kit with Solutions Manual, 3rd Edition

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Date:October 26, 2012

Flybaby

Location:Texas

Age:45-54

Gender:female

I have used this product with my children and many students that come to me for tutoring. It doesn't allow them to NOT learn the math they need!

Review 4 for Saxon Algebra 1 Homeschool Kit with Solutions Manual, 3rd Edition

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Date:July 26, 2012

rsjfarm

Location:Idaho

Age:35-44

Gender:female

Quality:

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I wouldn't use any other math program for my children. They stay engaged and find it easy to look up difficult problems. I highly recommend it to anyone who has children that are frustrated with their current math program. Saxon is by far the best out there, and Christian Book is wonderful to carry it and make it more available to people.

Review 5 for Saxon Algebra 1 Homeschool Kit with Solutions Manual, 3rd Edition

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Date:September 14, 2011

Bruiser

Quality:

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My son did not like the format of the book. He opted for another Alegbra I book instead.

Review 6 for Saxon Algebra 1 Homeschool Kit with Solutions Manual, 3rd Edition

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Date:November 10, 2010

momof4

Location:Florida

Age:35-44

Gender:female

Quality:

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I have been using Saxon products for my kids for the past 7 years and really like them. The continual review of math concepts has helped my kids develop really strong math skills. There is also an emphasis on mental math which is a great skill to have. The concepts are introduced so incrementally, that my kids never get overwhelmed by a difficult concept. It was really important to me that they never feel that math is "hard" and Saxon reinforces that it isn't difficult, it is just different. Saxon programs are rigorous and the lessons are longer than in some other curricula, and I don't recommend them to everyone, but if you are looking for a solid math program that focuses on the basics, Saxon is a great investment.