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CBA Program List

The following table is a brief description of the programs that make up CBA. They are listed in the order in which they are usually presented in the course, which is also in the order of the identifying program number.

It is neither intended nor expected that a given class would use all of the programs. Several are too easy for a standard algebra 1 class. Several others will present a challenge to an honors algebra 1 class.  A more complete description of the programs is included under Program Descriptions.

Prog #
Name
Description
00
AA
Answer analysis: Quick access to last response and list of incorrect responses.
0
SBR
This file contains the subroutines that are common to all other programs and must reside in RAM in order to avoid the error message  ERR:UNDEFINED or  ERR:ARCHIVED.
1
FracMlt1
Review of multiplication and division of fractions. No negatives.
2
FracMix1
Mixed review of all arithmetic operations with fractions. No negative operands.
3
Negative
Review of all arithmetic operations with negative num's.
4
FracMlt2
Review of multiplication and division of fractions with negs.
5
FracMix2
Mixed review of all arithmetic operations with  both fractions and negatives.
6
CombTrm1
Combine like terms using all four arithmetic operations.
7
Powers
Arithmetic operations with higher powers of the variable.
8
CombTrm2
Combine like terms with powers of the variable.
10
EqnRpsnt
Represent word descriptions with algebraic expressions.
11
Eqn1Stp1
Solve one step equations, showing steps.
12
Eqn1Stp2
Solve one step equations, end result only
13
Eqn2Stp1
Solve two step equations, showing steps and transformed equation.
14
Eqn2Stp2
Solve two step equations with distributed multiplication using parentheses.
15
Eqn2Stp3
Solve two step equations with parentheses. Asks only for the end result.
16
DstrMlt1
Distrib'd multiplication with various powers of the variable
17
DstrMlt2
Multiplication of two binomials; combinations of coefficients and negatives.
18
Eqn3Stp1
Solve three step equations with other complications end result only .
19
EqnWord
Word problems; set up and manipulation of distance, rate and time.
20
PropRat1
Set up ratios and proportions; pattern always the same.
21
PropRat2
Set up ratios and proportions; patterns are varied.
22
PropPcnt
Percentage as a special case of proportions.
23
PropProb
Calculation of probabilities by finding the ratios.
24
EqnAbsVl
Absolute value equations of various complexities
25
EqnLitr1
Transformation of literal equations from geometry, physics and chemistry.
26
EqnLitr2
Transformation of more complex literal equations.
27
IneqStep
Solve two-step inequalities, showing steps.
28
IneqMnip
Solve two-step inequalities, but wants X on the left..
30
LECoordn
Read X and Y coordinates and plot graphs.
31
LEDefine
Definitions for slope..
32
LEmxPlsB
Read slope and Y-intercept from graph; input equation in the form Y=mX+b.
33
LESolveY
The student must put the displayed equation into slope-intercept form.
34
LEWordP1
Word description which the student must convert into linear equations
35
LETable
Linear equation in irregular form: Find slope and Y-intercept, make table.
36
LEGraphs
Calculate and plot any two solutions to the given linear equation.
37
LEIntrcp
Calculate and plot the X and Y intercepts for the given linear equation
38
LEPtSlp1
Given a point on a graph and a required slope, find the slope-intercept form.
39
LE2PtSlp
Slope of a line between two points.
40
LEPtSlp2
Given a point on a graph and required slope, find the point-slope form.
41
LEWordP2
Word problems: Find the appropriate equation, read the graph.
42
LERodeo
Written in a game format: "Rodeo rings": become the "Grand Champion".
43
LELinPrg
Word problems involving linear programming
45
AbsEq2Gr
Given absolute value equation, locate vertex of graph, put points on branches.
46
AbsGr2Eq
Given graph of absolute value function, find its equation
50
SysGraph
Two equations required to describe related events: Use trace to find intersection.
51
SysSubst
Two equations in X and Y: Find the solution.
52
SysComb1
Two equations are slightly more difficult and are better solved by combination.
53
SysComb2
Equations must be multiplied by some number to eliminate by combination.
54
SysWord
Two equations: Distance, rate and time problem.
55
SysSpecl
Problem set includes both dependent and inconsistent systems of equations.
56
SysIneql
Two linear inequalities: Identify region of a graph in which the solutions lie.
60
PnMltMon
Multiply a binomial by a monomial, eg.  -4X(-5X+3Y )
61
PnFctMon
Factor out a monomial: Reverse of PNMltMon.
62
PnMltBn1
Multiply two simple binomials together.
63
PnFctBn1
Factor out a binomial: Reverse of PnMltBn1: no negative coefficients.
64
PnFctBn2
Factor out binomials: Uses both pos and neg coefficients.
65
PnMltBn2
This program requires multiplying a monomial and two binomials together.
66
PnFctBn3
Factor out a monomial and two binomials.
67
PnSpcPr1
Special products: Square of a binomial; sum and difference of two squares.
68
PnSpcPr2
Special products are multiplied by a monomial, which should be factored first.
69
QEGraph1
Graph of a quadratic equation.
70
QEInequa
Locate any two points on parabola; place point in solution region of inequality.
71
QESqRoot
Solution of quadratic by taking a square root
72
QEFactor
Solution of quadratic by factoring and using special property of zero.
73
QECmplSq
Solution of quadratic by completing the square..
74
QEDerive
Derive the quadratic formula from the standard form of the quadratic equation.
75
QEFormul
Using the quadratic formula.
76
QEGraph2
Locate the vertex and both roots of the given quadratic equations, if they exist.
77
QEWordP1
Maximize the size of an advertising billboard, given cost and form constraints.
78
QEWordP2
Time for bullet, fired straight up, to hit the ground (no wind resistance).
79
QEDiscrm
Problems which can be solved using only the value of the discriminant.
80
ExpMult
Multiplication of expressions containing exponents raised to a power.
81
ExpDivid
Multiply and divide expressions with exponents. Answers cannot use * or /.
82
ExpGrow
The exponential growth and decay problems.
83
ExpSciNo
Using scientific notation to arrive at approximate answers to complex problems.
84
RadDeriv
Derive the Pythagorean from basic area principles
85
RadPythg
Radical expressions: Pythagorean theorem.
86
RadDstnc
Radical expressions: Distance Between Two Points.
87
RadNmrcl
Simplifying numerical radicals 1.
88
RadNmrc2
Simplifying numerical radicals 2.
89
RadExprs
Simplifying expressions in radicals.
90
RadEqua
Radical equations.
91
RatDivid
Division of rational expressions.
92
RatExprs
Mixed operations with rational expressions.
93
RatEqua1
Rational equations 1.
94
RatEqua2
Rational equations 2.
95
RatProb
Probabilities: Ratios involving factorials, permutations, and combinations.
96
FncValue
Functional notation: Evaluating.
97
FncGraph
Identification of functions from graphs.
98
CSCircl1
Conic sections: Circle
99
CSParab
Conic sections: Parabola.
100
CSEllips
Conic sections: Ellipse.
101
CEHperb
Conic sections: Hyperbola
900
Arthmetc
Practice for students who are weak in arithmetic.


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