
A short and simple demo about adding like variable terns that are together on one side of the equals sign in an equation.


This demonstrates how to find these values for a quadratic equation of the form y = ax^2 + bx + c.


This radical equation when sqaured to eliminate the sqaure root creates a quadratic equation that can then be solved by factoring.


This demonstrates creating a multiplication in the numerator of a rational expression that will allow the expression to be reduced by dividing like factors to simply one


This one demonstrates how to eliminate the rational parts of the equation as usual, then gather the terms with the chosen variable on one side of the equal sign so that it can be factored to one…


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


A two step process is shown here. First, as always, look for a greatest common factor (GCF) and remove it from all terms. Then second, the resulting quadratic expresssion can then be factored into…


This demonstrates how some quadratic equations need to be simplified and put in standard form before the quadratic expression can be factored so the factors can be set to zero and solved.


This applies the factoring methods learned previously to solving a quadratic equation in standard form, that is with all th eterms on the left of the equals sign and 0 on the right


A twostep process involving first removing the greatest common factor from both terms, then factoring the resulting difference of squares.


One of the simpler factoring techniques if you know what you are looking for.


Demonstrates how to remove a common factor that not just a single number or variable, but a binomial i. e. a twoterm expression.


Demonstrates how factor a greatest common factor (GCF) from a polynomial.


Shows how to factor the greatest common factor from a simple linear binomial
