
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…


Division by zero is not possible, so this shiows how to determine what variable value(s) are not alloowed to be inserted into a particular fraction in algebra.


This demonstrates how some quadratic equations need to be simplified and put in standard form before the quadratic expression can be factored so the factors can be set to zero and solved.


This is a quadractic equation that can be factored to solve it. The zero product property allows writing the factors each equal to 0 and then solving those linear equatioins.


This applies the factoring methods learned previously to solving a quadratic equation in standard form, that is with all th eterms on the left of the equals sign and 0 on the right


This type of equation is solved by factoring a GCF from both terms once the proper form is achieved. Then the zero product property allows the separation of the two factors into two solvable linear…


Presents the use of the slope formulat we use to calculate the slopes of these special lines.


Shows how to identify the four different categories for slopes of straight line graphs


A quick lesson on what happens in a division problem that includes zero as one of the numbers
