
Two examples of applying exponents to fractions in certain ways. Other examples should be investigated.


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


Shows how square rooting is the opposite of squariing


Gives the three possible answers that result from calculating a discriminant, then demonstratew with two different quadratic equations.


This shows how to insert the given value into a given radical equation and solve for the other variable inside a square root.


Two examples here of solving radical equations. Both have one radical that each need isotation before squaring both sides.. Emphasis is p laced on checking your answer because the one arrived at…


Squaring both sides of this equation means squaring a binomial. This is demonstrated by this video.


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


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 examples that show different possible results from solving a radical equation. You must always check the answer to these.


A qucik demo to get you started on solving radical equations


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.


This demonstrates creating a multiplication in the numerator of a rational expression that will allow the expression to be reduced by dividing like factors to simply one


This demonstrates the squaring of a binomial with radical terms and the multiplication of conjugates (sum and differences of the same terms)


Demonstrates distribution when radicals are invovled.
