
A quick distribution of a radical into the sum of two numerical terms, one whole and one radical as well.


Discusses the square root property, then encourages the viewer to write a list of perfect squares in the marginfor reference. Lasly, three examples are presented and solved.


This includesradicals that contain variable factors, but continues the simplification of various terms in a sum or difference so that possible like terms can be added orsubtracted.


This shows how to simplify the parts of an addition of radicals and then add or subtract the like terms.


This shows how to simplify square roots in an additon problem so that hopefully you get like terms and con simplify further.


Thisi shows how to break down a square root by dividing out perfect squares that can become whole numbers.


Simplifies a complex fraction by distributing the LCD of each small fraction across the top and the bottom so that all small fractions can be swept away.


A complex fraction is multiplied through on the top and the bottom by the common denominator of all smaller fractions, eliminating the denominators of those smaller fractions.


Starts with cautiioning against multiplying the factors back together and describes the zero product property to justify this warning. Then shows how to continue from the factored form to separate…


It's just what the title says. We use opposite operations on one side to eliminate values that are with the variable and perform the same operations to the other side of the equals sign to keep…


An example that is a little more complicated about how to simplify radicals that are being multiplied


Shows how to create squares under the square root so that both the exponent of two and the square root will elminiate each other.


This describes what to look for when simplifying radicals.


Demonstrates using factoring skills to separate and identify all of the necessary factors that make the LCD (Least common denominator) that can be used as a multiplier through a rational equation to…


This shows how to factor the numerator and denominator of a fraction in algebra so that we can reduce the same factors ono the top and the bottom because they divide to one.


Shows how to find out what values are not defined for a rational function. This ability will be needed when solving rational equations because you may come up with a value that is not valid when…
