
A demo that only shows a one step process of adding an integer to both sides of an inequality so that the variable stands alone and we can tell what values are true for that inequality.


This describes the way to represent a series of consecutuve integers, then consecutive odd or even integers so that you can w rite an expression that combines them.


Shows how to take the descriptive set builder notation and write a roster set to represent the same one.


A brief description of the difference between rational and irrational numbers followed by examples of number in both categories.


A brief description of what integers consist of followed by a list of numbers where it is decided whether each is an integer or not.


A review of the sign rules for multiplication and three examples to demonstrate these.


A review of the sign results when multiplying integers and then three examples to demonstrate those rules.


This describes how integers interact when combined, treating minus signs as a negative sign on the number and thinking that all of the integers are being added with negatives and postives working in…


Describes multiplying or dividing both sides of an quationn by the same value in order to get the variable alone on one side


The beginnings of understanding how to solve equations by doing something to both sides, keeping it equal


Three examples of this topic


Three quick examples that show the order in which we simplify different opertions in arithmetic.


Showing that any number to the left of another number on a number line is smaller


Just showing how to locate different fractions on a number l ine


Just a quick demonstratioin of putting dots and coordinates on a line graph.
