# 70 Math Tutorials

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## L’Hospital Rule

Is indeterminate form the only condition we need to check before using L’Hospital Rule?

## Solving Equations with Variables

The following is an example of an equation that requires multiplication, addition and subtraction knowledge with variables. This equation is solving for X. The final result should include variable X on one side of the equal sign with an number on the other.

## What are Derivatives? Basics of Derivatives.

Derivatives are something heavily used in Calculus. They are used to find the slope of the tangent line of a specific function. There are many different rules for deriving a function but I’m just going to go over a few of them. In this tutorial I’ll cover the basics. First and foremost are constants. If…

## Factoring Polynomials

Factoring polynomials is extremely important in your growth as a mathematician, but why? When we factor polynomials, we are finding the zeros of the function – meaning we are finding the places where the graph of the function crosses the x-axis.

## 5.1 Trig Identities – Reciprocal and Quotient Identities

These identities deal with the reciprocal(s) of the problem given.

## Systems of Linear Equations

Systems of Linear Equations is a common problem you will see in algebra courses, even up to the college level. You are usually given two linear equations and must find their intersection to solve the system. I find that students don’t often struggle with these problems until they are in the form of a word…

## Rules For Integers in Mathematics

In mathematics, different functions have different rules and I can see a lot of students are struggling with the rules for integers. So I’ll kindly discuss the rules for each operation: + – * /

## Derivative of a Variable Raised to a Power

There are two methods to finding the derivative in this case. There is one formula that involves taking the limit of a specific equation as the change in x approaches 0 while the other formula is a simple one step problem. Finding this type of derivative is very simple.

## Prime Factorizations

Given the example of two numbers multiplied, we can break down the factors of both numbers to form the product made with only prime numbers. A prime number is a whole number that can only be divisible by itself and 1. Some examples of the smallest prime numbers are; 1, 2, 3, 5, and 7.…