To study advanced forms of math, students must first develop a foundational mastery of Algebra 1. Algebra 1 includes the conceptual categories of number and quantity, functions and statistics. This incorporates the many situations of the unknown value of a number as well as knowledge of formulae, which are sets of instructions for solving problems. Students learn to analyze, solve, create, express, and exchange algebraic formulae and graphs in several formats including linear, exponential and quadratic functions. Algebra is the basis of infinite physical problems, making it a powerful problem solving tool. TG’s Algebra 1 Regents program maps a comprehensive path to mastery from the foundations of Algebra 1 to the tools students need to continue their studies in advanced mathematics.