
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.


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


This shows the results of factoring the GCF from the numerator and denominator of an algebraic fraction and then reducing using the division of identical factors resulting in replacing them with 1…


A demo of this topic where I stack the l ike terms in columns as a perform the distributions connecting each term of the first polynomial to each term in the other.


A quick F.O.I.L. pattern to multiply two binomails. One of the variable terms is negative.


This shows how to transform all given equation that are not in slopeintercept form and then pick out the slopes of all three given lines and compare them to see if they are parallel, perpendicular…


This describes the process of solving for a particular variable in terms of other variables in an equation. There is a need to go further to combine like terms before it is complete.


A somewhat fancierversion of seveal solving equation versions that should help solidify the process in your mind.


This demonstrates using distribution of multiplication across addition or subtraction then shows how to pick like terms and combine them.


This demonstrates how to find these values for a quadratic equation of the form y = ax^2 + bx + c.


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 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)


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


Here we solve a rational equation by multiplying each of the terms in the equation by the LCD of all of the fractions. This allows us to divide to one all of the factors in the denominators and the…
