This article is in collaboration with Math Essentials.

High school math is one of those subjects that either sends you running for cover wondering how on earth you’re going to help your student or is something you do with ease. Homeschool math at the high school level can be intimidating so today the **Homeschool Review Crew** would like to introduce you to **No-Nonsense Algebra** from Math Essentials with included video lessons taught by Richard W. Fisher.

**Math Essentials**materials teach students the math that they NEED to know. Each lesson is short, concise, and self-contained. Students don’t have time to get bored or discouraged. Consistent review is built into lessons so students are able to master and reinforce their math skills. Students can see their progress and this helps increase their confidence and build self-esteem. With a strong background in the critical foundations of algebra, students will be prepared for success in algebra and beyond. The goal of the program is to bring students to algebra-readiness in less than one year, and to do so in an easy-to-follow, proven system that produces dramatic results if followed according to directions.

Math Essentials focuses on short, concise, non-intimidating, self-contained lessons. Each lesson has a Helpful Hints section integrated into each lesson insuring that students will understand each topic. Consistent review is built into lessons. Mastering Essentials Math Skills No-Nonsense Algebra is a complete algebra program including free access to online video tutorials.

### No-Nonsense Algebra covers:

- Necessary Tools for Algebra
- Solving Equations
- Graphing and Analyzing Linear Equations
- Solving and Graphing Inequalities
- systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities
- Polynomials
- Rational Expressions (Algebraic Fractions)
- Radical Expressions and Geometry
- Quadratic Equations
- Algebra Word Problems

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Thank you Chareen @ Every Bed of Roses for this introduction article.

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