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Common Core for Mathematics

In August 2010, California adopted the California Common Core State Standards: Mathematics (CA CCSSM), replacing the 1997 statewide mathematics academic standards. In January 2013, the California State Board of Education also approved higher mathematics standards organized into model courses.

The practice tests (grades 3 through 8 and grade 11 in English-language arts and mathematics) for the California Common Core State Standards are now available online. California Common Core State Standards Practice Tests

The following videos and resources are for the 1997 statewide mathematics academic standards (STAR) which has been replaced by the California Common Core State Standards. We will try to update our videos and resources to the new standards when the resources become available.

Need some free help for the California Standards Test?

We have free worked solutions and videos for the following Standards Test: California Standards Test (Algebra I), California Standards Test (Algebra II), California Standards Test (Geometry), California High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE), and General Education Development (GED).

### California Standards Test: Algebra I

The topics tested are:

Number Properties, Operations, and Linear Equations

Graphing and Systems of Linear Equations

Quadratics and Polynomials

Functions and Rational Expressions

### California Standards Test: Algebra II

The topics tested are:

Polynomials and Rational Expressions

Quadratics, Conics, and Complex Numbers

Exponents and Logarithms

Series, Combinatorics, and Probability and Statistics

### California Standards Test: Geometry

### California High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE)

### General Educational Development (GED) Tests FAQ

In 2014, the GED Tests have been revised to a computer-based testing platform. The following videos will help you find out more about the new GED.

You can use the free Mathway widget below to practice Algebra or other math topics. Try the given examples, or type in your own problem and check your answer with the step-by-step explanations.

Common Core for Mathematics

In August 2010, California adopted the California Common Core State Standards: Mathematics (CA CCSSM), replacing the 1997 statewide mathematics academic standards. In January 2013, the California State Board of Education also approved higher mathematics standards organized into model courses.

The practice tests (grades 3 through 8 and grade 11 in English-language arts and mathematics) for the California Common Core State Standards are now available online. California Common Core State Standards Practice Tests

The following videos and resources are for the 1997 statewide mathematics academic standards (STAR) which has been replaced by the California Common Core State Standards. We will try to update our videos and resources to the new standards when the resources become available.

Need some free help for the California Standards Test?

We have free worked solutions and videos for the following Standards Test: California Standards Test (Algebra I), California Standards Test (Algebra II), California Standards Test (Geometry), California High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE), and General Education Development (GED).

Download
California Released Test Questions for Algebra I

The following videos will give the worked solutions for the
released test questions:

CA Algebra I
Number Properties and Absolute Value Simplifying Expressions Simple Logical Arguments Graphing Inequalities |
CA Algebra
I Slope and Y-intercept Systems of Inequalities Simplifying Expressions Factoring Quadratics |

CA Algebra
I Completing the Square Quadratic Equation Quadratic Roots Rational Expressions |
CA Algebra
I Rational Expressions Word Problems More Word Problems Functions |

The topics tested are:

Number Properties, Operations, and Linear Equations

Graphing and Systems of Linear Equations

Quadratics and Polynomials

Functions and Rational Expressions

Download California Released Test Questions for Algebra II

The following videos will give the worked solutions for the
released test questions:

Algebra
II Absolute Value Equations and Systems of Equations Graphing Inequalities Algebraic Division/Multiplication Polynomial Factoring and Multiplication) |
Algebra
II Simplifying Polynomials Imaginary and Complex Numbers Complex numbers and conjugates Quadratics and Shifts |

Algebra
II Shifting Quadratic Graphs Conic Sections Circles and Logarithms Logarithms Exponential Growth |
Algebra
II Logarithms and more Functions, Combinatorics binomial Expansion and Combinatorics Binomial Expansions, Geometric Series Sum |

Algebra
IIFunctions and Probability Probability and Statistics Mean and Standard Deviation |

The topics tested are:

Polynomials and Rational Expressions

Quadratics, Conics, and Complex Numbers

Exponents and Logarithms

Series, Combinatorics, and Probability and Statistics

Download California Released Test Questions for Geometry

The following videos will give the worked solutions for the
released test questions:

CA
Geometry Deductive Reasoning Proof by Contradiction More Proofs Similar Triangles |
CA
Geometry Similar Triangles More on congruent and similar triangles Triangles and Parallelograms Area, Pythagorean Theorem |

CA
Geometry Area, Circumference, Volume Pythagorean Theorem, Area Exterior Angles Deducing Angle Measures |
CA
Geometry Pythagorean Theorem, Compass Constructions Compass Construction Basic Trigonometry More Trig |

CA
Geometry Circle Area Chords Tangent Secants and Translations |

The topics tested are:

Logic and Geometric Proofs

Volume and Area Formulas

Angle Relationships, Constructions, and Lines

Trigonometry

Download the CAHSEE Math Practice Test

CAHSEE Practice: Problems 1-14 | CAHSEE Practice: Problems 15-27 |

CAHSEE Practice: Problems 28-42 | CAHSEE Practice: Problems 43-53 |

The topics tested are:

Number Sense

Statistics, Data Analysis, Probability

Algebra and Functions

Measurement and Geometry

Mathematical Reasoning

Algebra I

In 2014, the GED Tests have been revised to a computer-based testing platform. The following videos will help you find out more about the new GED.

What Is the GED Test?
Can I Take the GED Test Online? Who Creates the GED Test? |
What Do I Need to do to
Pass the GED Test?
What are the Benefits of Earning a GED Credential? What Can I Do with a GED Credential? Can I Use My GED Credential to Get into College? |

Am I Eligible to Take
the GED Test?
How Can I Study for the GED Test? Where Can I Take the GED Test? Can I take the GED Test at a Military Education Center? |
Can I Take the GED Test
Outside the United States and Canada?
How Much Does the GED Test Cost? What Does the Percentile Rank on My GED Transcript Mean? Can You Make a GED Test Score into a G.P.A.? |

What If I Don't Pass All Subject Area Tests the First Time? How Can I Get a Transcript of My GED Test Scores? |

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