
Shows how to convert factors with negative exponents into ones with positive exponents and then how to apply the product and quotient rules to combine the exponents of factors with the same base.


A demonstration of how to multiply fractions of algebraic expressions.


This video makes it easier to use formulas if you are repeatedly looking for the value of a particular variable.


Demonstrates the quickest way to find a minimum or maximum value for a quadratic function.


Demonstrates how to figure out the value of a logarithmic expression.


Demonstrates how to add or subtract fractions composed of algebraic expressions where the denominators are identical.


Another example that demonstrates how to add or subtract two fractions composed of algebraic expressions.


Demonstrates a couple of simpler examples of adding two fractions composed of algebraic expressions.


A complete discussion about how we can create an equation in two variables based on knowing only two points on the graph of this equation. Two methods are shown so the student can choose the method…


A demonstration of how functions with a real number in the base and the variable in the exponent appear when they are graphed.


Part 1 of the series that describes how to reduce fractions created by dividing algebraic expressions.


Third part of the discussion about how we break down radicals to their simplest form.


This is part three of the discussion about using the quadratic formula to solve a quadratic equation.


A second example of how to solve a formula for one of its variables.


This demonstrates how to solve a particular kind of problem that uses rational expressions.


This video defines the terms ratio and proportion and then demonstrates how to use a proportion to solve an applicable word problem.
