
Two examples of distributing radicals into a sum of other radicals and simplifying in the process.


Describes how to approach solving a radical eqaution, then demonstrates the stepss needed. It finishes with a check of the answers, stressing that this is an essential step.


Each denominator is factored and then any common factor is used only once and all other unique factors complete the LCD


An example of how we distribute an exponent outside of parentheses to all factors within.


A demo that shows how to substitute possible xy ordered pairs into an equation to find out whether they create a true statement, determining which are solutions and which are not.


Shows how to find outputs for several inputs reslulting in a set of points (x, y)


This radical equation when sqaured to eliminate the sqaure root creates a quadratic equation that can then be solved by factoring.


Demonstrates distribution when radicals are invovled.


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


Multiplying two radical expressions by showing the factorization of the numbers and using even exponents to remove variable factors.


This is an example of how to remove as many factors as possible from under a square root to become a "whole" expression


Just an exercise in testing whether an ordered pair makes an inequality statement true when plugged in for the variables.


Describes how to find output values for a function given a list of iinput values and a table to complete a set of ordered pair values. Also mentions what function notation means and how to work with…


Uses the technique of adding the percentages fiirst before multiplying so that the answer is immediate.


Adding like terms when there are squared variables as well as single variables in the expression


Simplication of a single term, i. e. factors that are muliplied.
