
The informaton given here can be entered directly into the y = mx + b or slopeintercept form. Then the yintercept is used as a starting point where you apply rise over run to the given slope to…


Another demo on how to use the yintercept to start a graph of a linear equation and then use the slope to find other points on the graph. It finishes with showing the line representing all of the…


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.


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


An explanation of two single fractions divided with monomial denominators and how to simplify them


Demonstrates simplifying fractionis within fractions.


Another example of simplifying a fraction in parentheses raised to a power


Using the slope formula, we enter the given information and then solve for the unknown coordinate.


Describes what the values in a linear relationship mean in a real situation.


Shows how to interpret a situatioin and create an equation that creates a mathematical connection between two variables. Then by substituting a couple of input values, we can determine the outputs…


Describes how and why the slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines can be found


Shows how to identify the four different categories for slopes of straight line graphs


Finding the amount from taking a percentage off or adding a percentage on, then finding the new amount.


A couple of examples that combine sign combinations for diviision and using Keep/Change/Flip to convert fractioinal division to multiplication.


Just a short application of the "keep, change, flip" technique.


Uses the keep, change, flip mnemonic to demonstrate how you change all divisions of fractions to a multiplication of related fractions.
