
Just a quick couple of examples, one explaining the relationship between squaring and square rooting and one that just shows how to multiply two radical expressions that need no reduction.


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.


An examplel of how to rearrange a formula to better suit its particular purpose. Often we need to do this because it is easier to rearrange it once instead of having to solve for a variable each…


Describes how to rearrange a simple formula with several variables so that a different and particular one is isolated.


A simpler version of an equation that needs distribution across a set of parenthese as the first step to solving for the variable


A quick demo about plugging in given values for variables and calculating a number result.


This shows how to enter a value into a function to get a result for something like depreciation of value over time for a purchased item.


This demonstrates how to solve an equation where two radicals are equal and there are no other terms on either side of th equation


Two quick demonstratoins of a rational expression containing radicals being ratioinalized by multiplication of a form of one to transform a radical in the denominantor to a whole number.


This discusses what rationals and irratioinals are, then goes on to demonstrate how to eliminate any radical number in the denominator.


A demonstration of squaring a binomial with radical terms and then a second example showing how conjugate binomials can be multiplied.


A quick example of reducing a fraction by dividing matching factors on the top and bottom.


Another in a series aobut solvingi equations with multiple variables, this time taking two steps to do it/


Three examples of this topic


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


A description of the process for dividing frations.
