This tutorial will teach you how to use synthetic division – an extremely useful tool when dealing with polynomials. It is a simplified version of long division that allows you to divide polynomials with ease.
A typical worded math problem is the ‘two working together’ problem, which is described here in detail. This is a classic test problem encountered in algebra and both quick and in-depth explanations are provided. Other examples are included.
The most important idea of any item of reading is “THE MAIN IDEA”. But what is “THE MAIN IDEA”? The Main Idea is the main point of a paragraph, or rather what the paragraph is mostly about. Finding The Main Idea could be as simple as a slice of pizza! All the toppings and ingredients…
Hello or “Bonjour” to everyone. Today we will be working on the 4th part of the series “human relations”. What do humans relate to? The 4th part will talk about “Food”. We will say some words in french, so you can compose yourselves your breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Non-vertical lines, or lines that have positive, negative or undefined slope, are parallel if they have the same slope and different y-intercepts. Vertical lines, which have zero slope, are parallel if they have the same slope and different x-intercepts.
This tutorial is on prime factorization and how to do it step by step. This is a really important process and one that can be very confusing at times. One can easily mess up and get the wrong answer. So let’s jump right in and learn the concept of factorization!
Solving 2-Step equations may seem hard at first but becomes really quite easy after you get the hang of it. It simply consists of isolating the variable within the equation.
Order of operations is a building block for basic mathematics. Without this skill math can become difficult and result in the incorrect answer. We use the mnemonic PEMDAS to learn this skill. PEMDAS identifies order of operations reading left to right. P; Parenthesis E; Exponents M; Multiplication D; Division A; Addition S; Subtraction Follow this…
This example is helping first graders how to add. The example will be shown step by step and gives the child a first had look at how to solve an addition problem.
Once students begin to take classes on pre-calculus or beyond, instructors begin requiring them to draw and solve for the graphs of an equation (or even multiple equations!) This task can be daunting, but a graphing calculator can save the day! These handy devices draw, trace, and even solve for aspects of a graph. In…