## Equations and Functions

This lesson explains the differences between equations and functions....

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This lesson explains the differences between equations and functions....

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This lesson shows us how to graph a linear equation using the slope-intercept form, and how to determine the equation that represents a graphed line....

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In this lesson, we discuss the difference between Experimental and Theoretical Probability....

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In this lesson we learn about the Commutative and the Associative Properties of Addition and Multiplication....

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In this lesson we learn how to solve simple algebraic equations using Inverse Operations and Multiplying by the Reciprocal....

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In this lesson we learn to solve rational equations using Cross Products, and by multiplying each term by the Lowest Common Denominator (LCD)....

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Well, there's nothing new here. Simple stuff. We're just going to apply the rules and procedures we learned in grade school. We're going to see that adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing algebraic rational expressions is just like math operations ...

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We learn what a rational expression is, and how to simplify it. We learn to identify a rational expression's excluded values....

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How do you divide a polynomial by a binomial? How about division by a monomial? What the heck is synthetic division? Does this stuff have anything to do with polyester? Watch this video, and you know the answers....

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In this lesson we learn how to graph Rational Functions. We learn how to use the Vertical and Horizontal Asymptotes to draw the hyperbolas that represent variations from the Parent Rational Function....

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Inverse Variation is the topic in this lesson. We graph Inverse Variations, and learn about hyperbolas and their branches, asymptotes, and the constant of variation....

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In this lesson we learn to calculate the length of a line segment, and the midpoint of a line segment....

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We learn to use the Pythagorean Theorem in this lesson. "The square of the Hypotenuse equals the sum of the squares of the other two sides."...

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We learn the rules for simplifying radical expressions: 1) no perfect squares; 2) no fractions in radicand; 3) no radicals in denominator. We also learn that when adding or subtracting, we can treat a radical like a variable....

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In this lesson we talk about the graphs of Radical Functions. We learn about the Parent Square Root Function, and it's variations. We talk about Vertical Translation, Vertical Stretch, Vertical Shrink, and Reflections....

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The graphs of Linear, Exponential and Quadratic Equations are different from each other, and can be used to identify the type of function. In this lesson, we compare these functions, and learn to write equations for each type based on only a sampling of x...

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This lesson describes how to solve quadratic equations using the Quadratic Formula. It also explains what the Discriminant is, and how to use it....

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Here we look into several approaches to solving quadratic equations: using square roots; and completing the square....

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We previously solved Quadratics by factoring. In this lesson we discover that we can also solve the Quadratic by graphing it. We also learn to convert quadratics in Standard From to Intercept Form....

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We complete our study of graphing quadratics by learning what the "b" coefficient can tell us about the graph. We combine this with the information the "a"coefficient and the "c" constant tell us, and we can graph the polynomial....

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In this lesson we start talking about graphing quadratic equations. We learn about Vertical Stretch and Shrink, the Vertex, the Axis of Symmetry, maximum and minimum values, parabolas, parent functions. Wow, sounds like a lot, but I think it will all make...

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This lesson teaches how to make and interpret a Scatter Plot...

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A lesson describing how data can be analyzed using mean, median, mode and range. How to bar graph or scatter plot the data, or do interval analysis. Which measure of central tendency fits the data best....

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An introduction to solving algebraic equations...

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A lesson teaching how to solve equations using addition and subtraction....

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This lesson talks about the different types of data displays, and talks about what makes a good or a bad data display....

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A lesson explaining square roots, and how to determine or estimate them/...

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In this lesson we work with Difference of Two Squares, Perfect Squares, Grouping, and we discuss guidelines for complete factoring of polynomials...

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Here we learn a shortcut for factoring trinomials....

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In this lesson we work on factoring more difficult trinomials. We discuss roots and zeros, and learn to solve quadratic equations by factoring....

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In this video, we learn to factor simple polynomials....

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In this lesson, we work with Polynomials, learning about monomials, binomials, trinomials, degree, leading coefficients, and like-terms. We learn the FOIL method of multiplying binomials....

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This is the first of several lessons teaching how to factor polynomials. We learn several properties of polynomials here: the square of a binomial; the product of the sum and difference of binomials; and the zero product property....

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This lesson explains exponential growth. We learn to determine if a data set represents exponential growth; how to graph that data set; and how to create an equation that describes the variable's relationship....

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Scientific notation is used to express very large and very small numbers. In this lesson we learn how to write and interpret numbers in scientific notation. We also learn to use the Properties of Exponents to mathematically manipulate numbers in scientifi...

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In this lesson we work on "deconstructing" composite figures so we can determine their perimeter and area....

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In this lesson we learn how to calculate percent of a number: what is 8% of 163? We work hard at the mental math tricks that allow us to calculate percent of a number without use of a calculator....

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In this lesson we continue our discussion of exponents, explain zero and negative exponents, and simplify some algebraic expressions involving exponents....

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Every game has some rules. The exponential game is no exception. In this lesson we learn rules for multiplication with exponential expressions....

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By graphing each member of a system of linear inequalities, we can define the solution set of points that satisfy all the inequalities....

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There are three ways to solve a system of linear equations. In this lesson, we talk about two of these methods: Solving a Systems of Equations using Substitution; and Solving a System using Addition or Subtraction....

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In this lesson we learn how to draw the boundary line and then properly shade a graph to represent a linear inequality with 2 variables....

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In this lesson, we learn to solve absolute value equations and absolute value inequalities. We also graph absolute value inequalities....

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This lesson explains what a proportion is, and shows how to use proportions to solve practical problems. We learn to write a proportional relationship....

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We introduce Systems of Equations in this lesson. Using practical examples, we discover how algebra can help us make decisions. By graphing 2 equations, we find the solution that satisfies both equations. We also learn to solve the equations with tables....

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What is a Compound Inequality? How do I graph one on a number line? How do I solve a Compound Inequality? This lesson will answer these questions and let you try some Compound Inequality problems....

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