
Shows how to separate out the persct square so they can become whole numbers or expression leaving the remaining factors under the square root.


This explains how to use the slope and yintercept to determine points on the line graph of a linear equation in two variables and then draws the straight line graph.


This states the Multiplicative Propery of Inequality, then demonstates how it works with two examples.


Demonstrates distribution when radicals are invovled.


This shows two examples of multiplying radicals and reducing any squares found


Demonstrates how to reduce a complex fraction when the technique of factoring a greatest common factor (GCF) is needed.


Simplification of two fractions withing a larger fraction. Both fractions have only multiplied factors in both numerator and denominator.




Just an exercise in testing whether an ordered pair makes an inequality statement true when plugged in for the variables.


Demonstration of how a single fraction is reduced to its lowest terms. There is also a review of finding the greatest common factor for two larger numbers by prime factorization.
