
Explains what slope and yintercept mean in the context of a realworld example.


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


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.


This video shows how to determine the domain and range for various relations by looking at a graph of the relation.


This video is one of several that demonstrate how to solve an equation in one variable.


This is part four of four videos on interval notation.


This is part one of four videos on interval notation.


This video is the fourth of four to demonstrate solving linear equalities.


This video is the third of four to demonstrate solving linear equalities.


This video is the first of four to demonstrate solving linear equalities.


This video explains how to use a table to organize several ordered pairs so we can graph a quadratic function.


This video demonstrates how to tabulate ordered pairs in order to graph an absolute value function.


This video covers the situation where two inequalities are joined by the word "or" so that either one or the other needs to be true, but not necessarily both.


This video explains the slopes of horizontal and vertical lines.


Given y=mx + b, this video shows how to use the bvalue to create the yintercept and then use the slope to find other points.
