
This simply describes the conversion of the whole number part of a mixed number into a fraction with the same denominator as the original fraction part ao they can be added together.


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.


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


Explains a set of instructions about how to solve word problems in general, then applies that strategy to a particular example concerning related numbers.


Explains why the midpoint formula works, and then uses it to find the halfway point between two given points.


Explains the simpler properties of logs and then demonstrates their use with a few examples.


Gives a couple of examples that show how to solve logarithmic equations.


A second demonstration of how to solve a quadratic equation using the "complete the square" process.


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


Special types of linear equations whose answers are different.


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.


Explains and demonstrates converting from logs to exponentials.


Explains and demonstrates converting from exponentials to logs.


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