These practice problems are keyed to the FBISD algebra textbook, Algebra I published by McDougal-Littell. There are problems written in three different levels of difficulty:
LEVEL A - Fundamental Level. These problems are perfect for reviewing and gaining understanding of a concept. The algebra is all there, but the problems are straight-forward with relatively simple numbers. Use this level to reinforce how a concept works.
LEVEL B - Average Level. These are problems that any competent algebra student should be able to master. If you have been given a workbook by your teacher, these are the same problems as in the workbook.
LEVEL C - Advanced Level. The problems at this level take it up a notch. Doing these problems will demonstrate your complete mastery of the subject matter.
My suggestion is you do some problems at each level, focusing on the level that will most help you grasp and retain the concept of the subject matter. All of the problems also have answers (not solutions). Check your answers after every five problems. Go back and rework any problem you get wrong.
When you click the link below you will open a new window that will take you to the practices which are on my old classroom website. N