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### Positive/Negative

If you have taught Algebra I (especially a repeater class) you have probably found that adding
and subtracting integers (along with absolute value) is a difficult concept for many students to grasp.
Understand that this version only allows the creation of worksheets involving addition and/or subtraction (see samples below).
A complete version which will include those mentioned above along with exponents will be available at a later date.

Choose

- Between positive and negative numbers along with addition and subtraction.

- Including the concept of absolute value for evaluating mathematical strings.

- The number of terms you would like in your problems.

- You have the freedom to choose between all positive or all negative numbers or both.

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### Linear Equation Generator

This program is helpful if you are introducing equations for the first time or are teaching Algebra II and simply
need some equation review.

Choose

- The range for the coefficients, constants and answer.

- The answer types such as integers, fractions, no solution and all real numbers.

- From 5 different types of question levels starting with 1 step equations and up to
multistep equations with or without parenthesis

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### System of Equations Generator

Choose

- The maximum values for the coefficients and constants.

- The maximum values for the solution.

- The number of equations that will have a unique solution, no solution, or all real numbers.

- The number of problems that will have integer or fraction answers or both.

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### Equation Challenger

This program is similar to the Linear Equation program but is meant more
for an advanced Algebra 1 class or review for an Algebra 2 class. The choices are
very similar to the Linear Equation generator such that you can choose between the types
of equations and answers you want for your worksheets. Click the samples below to
see if this program is for you.

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### Ratios and Percents

Choose

- Maximum values for the numerator and denominator.

- The number of places to round.

- Eight different types of questions.

- Include ratios above 1.

- To reduce ratios to lowest terms.

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