# Math

## Solving Literal Equations- text page

## Rate of Change

The rate of change is a rate that describes how one quantity changes in relation to another quantity. In this tutorial, practice finding the rate of change using a graph. Check it out!

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## Template for Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions with Different Denominators

## Solving and Graphing Inequalities- Bill Witte

## Solving Multi-Step Inequalities

## with Khan Academy

## Solving Two-Step Inequalities

## Solving formulas- Examples and Practice

## Solving Linear Inequalities in one Variable

## Introduction to Inequalities with Variables

## Solving One-Step Inequalities

## Solving Formulas for a Variable

## Comparing equations and expression: Chart (text page)

## Variables, Expressions, & Equations

Learn what variables, expressions, and equations are.

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## Solving Equations – Jeopardy style game

## Solving equations by clearing fractions

## Solving equations using multiplication property

## Solving multi-step equations

## With Bill Witte

## Solving equations using addition property

## Solving One Variable Equations

One-Step, Two-Step and Multi-Step equation solving examples for basic algebra.

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## Simplifying Algebraic Expressions

## Using Slope to Graph Linear Equations

## Graph from slope-intercept equation

To graph a linear equation in slope-intercept form, we can use the information given by that form. For example, y=2x+3 tells us that the slope of the line is 2 and the y-intercept is at (0,3). This gives us one point the line goes through, and the direction we should continue from that point to draw the entire line.

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## Simplifying Expressions- TacomaCCMath videos

## Commutative, Associative and Distributive Laws

## Simplifying Algebraic Expressions- VirtualMathLab text page

## Simplifying using distribution- worksheet

## How to find the rate of change between two points on a graph.

The rate of change is a rate that describes how one quantity changes in relation to another quantity. In this tutorial, practice finding the rate of change using a graph.

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## Solving Rational Equations – PatrickJMT

## Template for Solving Rational Equations

## Solving Rational Equations – Bill Witte

## Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions – PatrickJMT

## Subtracting Rational Expressions

Sal rewrites (-5x)/(8x+7)-(6x³)(3x+1) as (-48x⁴-42x³-15x²-5x)/(8x+7)(3x+1).

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## Adding Rational Expressions

## Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions – Hot Math

## Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions – Khan Academy

Sal multiplies and simplifies (3x²y)/(2ab) X (14a²b)/(18xy²). Created by Sal Khan and Monterey Institute for Technology and Education.

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## Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions – PatrickJMT

## Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions – Bill Witte

## Simplifying Rational Expressions – Hot Math

## Simplifying Rational Expressions – Bill Witte

## Intro to Rational Expressions and Finding Excluded Values

## Quadratic Model Applications – Virtual Nerd

## Quadratic Model Applications – Yamasaki

## Quadratic Model Applications – Bill Witte

## Factoring using the Principle of Zero Products – Purple Math

## Factoring using the Principle of Zero Products – Khan Academy

Sal solves the equation s^2-2s-35=0 by factoring the expression on the left as (s+5)(s-7) and finding the s-values that make each factor equal to zero. Created by Sal Khan and Monterey Institute for Technology and Education.

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## Factoring using the Principle of Zero Products – Bill Witte

## Polynomial Factoring Cards

## General Factoring Strategy – Virtual Nerd

## Factor Trinomial by Trial and Error

This video provides examples of how to factor a trinomial when the leading coefficient is not equal to 1 by using the trial and error method.

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## Factoring Trinomials, a does not equal 1

This Algebra Cruncher generates an endless number of practice problems for factoring trinomials with one prime (to make it a little easier) — with hints and solutions!