Sometimes you have an algebraic expression with variables, and you know the values of those variables exactly, and you just need to plug in those values and get the value of the expression. Well, if that's what you have to do, then you've come to the right place, because this tutorial will show you exactly how to do it!
Understanding the multiplication properties of 0 and -1 are fundamental building blocks in learning all there is to know about the operation of multiplication. In this tutorial, you'll learn about these two important properties.
Inverse properties of addition and multiplication got you stumped? This tutorial should help! Check it out and learn these two important inverse properties.
Finding the absolute value of a number is a breeze when you use a number line! Remember, absolute value is the distance from zero on the number line. This tutorial shows you how to use a number line to find absolute value.
Got a negative variable in an equation? Want to get rid of that negative sign? This tutorial shows you how by using the multiplication property of -1!
Trying to solve an equation where you see the same variable more than once? Figure out how to get those variables together and solve the equation with this tutorial!
Trying to solve an equation involving a fraction? Just multiply the fraction away by multiplying by the reciprocal and then perform the order of operations in reverse! See how in this tutorial.
Trying to solve an equation with variables on both sides of the equation? Figure out how to get those variables together and solve the equation with this tutorial!
Trying to solve an equation with variables on both sides of the equation? Figure out how to get those variables together and solve the equation with this tutorial! Surprise! Turns out, this equation has no solution. Check out this tutorial and see why!
Trying to solve an equation with variables on both sides of the equal sign and grouping symbols? Watch this tutorial to figure out how remove the grouping symbols and get those variables together to solve the equation.
Got a negative variable in an equation? Want to get rid of that negative sign? This tutorial shows you how by using the multiplication property of -1!
Trying to solve an equation for a variable? Are grouping symbols in the way? Watch this tutorial to figure out how remove the grouping symbols and solve the equation!
Word problems are a great way to see math in the real world! In this tutorial, you'll see how to take a word problem and use it to write and solve an equation with variables on both sides!
Identity equations are equations that are true no matter what value is plugged in for the variable. If you simplify an identity equation, you'll ALWAYS get a true statement. Learn about identity equations in this tutorial, and then create your own identity equation. Get creative! The possibilities are endless!
Sometimes equations have no solution. This means that no matter what value is plugged in for the variable, you will ALWAYS get a contradiction. Watch this tutorial and learn what it takes for an equation to have no solution.
Word problems allow you to see the real world uses of math! This tutorial shows you how to take a rate and convert it to a unit rate. Then, you can use that unit rate to calculate your answer. Watch this tutorial to learn all about it!
Trying to find a missing measurement on similar figures? Make ratios from corresponding sides and set up a proportion! Solve the proportion to get your missing measurement. Figure out how to do all that by watching this tutorial!
When you talk about the speed of a car, you usually say something in miles per hour. For example, you say, 'I drove 40 miles per hour.' Normally, you don't say, 'I drove 120 miles per 3 hours.' Figure out how to convert a rate like 120 miles per 3 hours to the unit rate of 40 miles per hour by watching this tutorial.
So you're working on a math problem and you have the correct formula. Great! But the variable you need to solve for is not by itself in the formula. Not so great. Don't worry! In this tutorial, you'll learn how to solve a formula for the variable you want!
Looking at two figures that are the same shape and have the same angle measurements? You have similar figures! Learn all about it in this tutorial!
Can you do 100 sit-ups in 2 minutes? That's a rate! Driving a car going 40 miles per hour? That's a unit rate! Watch this tutorial to learn about rate and unit rate (and the difference!).
Without a blueprint, it would be really hard to construct a building. Without a road map, you'd be lost! Scale drawings make it easy to see large things, like buildings and roads, on paper. Even a GPS uses scale drawings! Check out this tutorial to learn all about scale drawings.
A literal equation is an equation where variables represent known values. Literal equations allow use to represent things like distance, time, interest, and slope as variables in an equation. Using variables instead of words is a real time-saver! Learn about literal equations with this tutorial.
Word problems allow you to see the real world uses of math! This tutorial shows you how to take a word problem and use indirect measurement to turn it into a proportion. Then see how to use the mean extremes property of proportions to cross multiply and solve for the answer. Take a look!
Identifying corresponding parts in similar figures isn't so bad, but you have to know what you're looking for. This tutorial does a great job of explaining the corresponding parts of similar figures! Take a look!
Graphing an absolute value equation can be complicated, unless you know how to dissect the equation to find and use the slope and translations. Follow along as this tutorial shows you how to identify the necessary parts of the equation and use them to graph the absolute value equation.
When you're learning about translating absolute value equations, learning about vertical translations is a MUST! Check out this tutorial and see what it takes to translate an absolute value equation vertically.
When you're learning about translating absolute value equations, learning about horizontal translations is a MUST! Check out this tutorial and see what it takes to translate an absolute value equation horizontally.
An absolute value function is just a function that contains absolute values. This tutorial gives a great introduction to this very useful function!
Graphing an exponential function? No sweat! Create a table of values to give you ordered pairs. Then, plot those ordered pair on a coordinate plane and connect the points to make your graph! Follow along with this tutorial as it shows you all the steps.
To add polynomials of any size, just group like terms and then combine them together. To see it done step-by-step, watch this tutorial!
Multiplying together two binomials? Not a fan of the FOIL method, or just want to see another way? Check out this tutorial! You'll see how to distribute one binomial into the other in order to find the product. You get the same answer no matter which method you use, so be sure to add this method to your arsenal!
If something increases at a constant rate, you may have exponential growth on your hands. In this tutorial, learn how to turn a word problem into an exponential growth function. Then, solve the function and get the answer!
If something decreases in value at a constant rate, you may have exponential decay on your hands. In this tutorial, learn how to turn a word problem into an exponential decay function. Then, solve the function and get the answer!
Finding the product of two binomials with the same terms and opposite signs? You're finding the product of a sum and a difference! Use the formula for the product of a sum and a difference to quickly find the answer! This tutorial shows you how.
You have a pattern in your sequence. Great! Think it might be an arithmetic or geometric sequence? If the sequence has a common difference, it's arithmetic. If it's got a common ratio, you can bet it's geometric. Practice identifying both of these sequences by watching this tutorial!
Trying to find the value of a certain term in a geometric sequence? Use the formula for finding the nth term in a geometric sequence to write a rule. Then use that rule to find the value of each term you want! This tutorial takes you through it step-by-step.
Knowing how to get rid of negative exponents is key to fully simplifying an expression. Get some practice working with negative exponents by watching this tutorial!
Word problems let you see math in the real world! This tutorial shows you how to create a table and identify a pattern from the word problem. Then you can see how to create an exponential function from the data and solve the function to get your answer!
When you learn about rule or property, it's best to practice with it. This tutorial takes you through the process of applying product of powers rule to simplify an expression. Check out this tutorial for some great practice!
Being able to use a property or rule can be as important as knowing it. In this tutorial, you'll see how to use the quotient of powers rule to simplify an expression. Take a look!
Got a fraction raised to a power? Learn how to split that exponent and put it in the numerator and denominator of your fraction using the power of a quotient rule. This tutorial shows you how!
Looking at an equation with a variable in the exponent? You have an exponential function! Learn about exponential functions in this tutorial.
Exponential functions often involve the rate of increase or decrease of something. When it's a rate of increase, you have an exponential growth function! Check out these kinds of exponential functions in this tutorial!
Exponential functions often involve the rate of increase or decrease of something. When it's a rate of decrease, you have an exponential decay function! Check out these kinds of exponential functions in this tutorial!
Trying to find the value of a certain term in a geometric sequence? Don't want to go through the terms one-by-one to find the one you want? Use the formula to find the nth term in a geometric sequence! This tutorial shows you how find that formula!
Every function is a relation, but not every relation is a function! Watch this video to learn how to tell which relations are functions and which are not.
You can't go through algebra without learning about functions. This tutorial shows you the definition of a function and gives you an example of a function. Take a look!
Trying to find the slope of a graphed line? First, identify two points on the line. Then, you could use these points to figure out the slope. In this tutorial, you'll see how to use two points on the line to find the change in 'y' and the change in 'x'. Then, you'll see how to take these values and calculate the slope. Check it out!
To find the x-intercept of a given linear equation, plug in 0 for 'y' and solve for 'x'. To find the y-intercept, plug 0 in for 'x' and solve for 'y'. In this tutorial, you'll see how to find the x-intercept and the y-intercept for a given linear equation. Check it out!
Trying to write an equation in slope-intercept form? Have two points on your line? You'll need to find your slope and y-intercept. Watch this tutorial and see what needs to be done to write an equation in slope-intercept form!
Want to find the slope-intercept form of a line when you're given a point on that line and another line parallel to that line? Remember, parallel lines have the same slope. If you can find the slope of that parallel line, you'll have the slope of your line! In this tutorial, you'll see how to find the slope of your line and use that slope, along with the given point, to write an equation for the line in slope-intercept form. Take a look!
Want to find the slope-intercept form of a line when you're given a point on that line and another line perpendicular to that line? Remember, perpendicular lines have slopes that are opposite reciprocals of each other. In this tutorial, you'll see how to find the slope using the slope of the perpendicular line. Then, use this slope and the given point to write an equation for the line in slope-intercept form. Check it out!
The midpoint of a line segment is the point midway between the endpoints of the line segment. This tutorial shows you how to take two endpoints and figure out the midpoint of the line segment. Check it out!
When you're looking at a map, you can find the point midway between two locations by calculating the midpoint. This tutorial takes you through the process of finding the point midway between two cities.
Looking for some practice converting the equation of a line into different forms? Then this tutorial was made for you! Follow along as this tutorial shows you how to take a linear equation from point-slope form and convert it into standard form and slope-intercept form.
Calculating the slope of a line from two given points? Use the slope formula! This tutorial will show you how!
Wondering if a point is part of the equation of a line? Got the equation of the line but no graph? No problem! Just take that point and plug it into the equation and simplify. If you end up with a true statement, the point is indeed part of the equation. If you end up with a false statement, then that point is not part of the equation. See this process first-hand in this tutorial!
Trying to find the common difference in an arithmetic sequence? You need to figure out what number you need to add to each term to get the next term in the sequence. It's easier than you might think! Watch this tutorial and learn how to find the common difference in an arithmetic sequence.
To find the next few terms in an arithmetic sequence, you first need to find the common difference, the constant amount of change between numbers in an arithmetic sequence. Once you know the common difference, you can use it to find those next terms! This tutorial takes you through that process, so be sure to check it out!
Got an arithmetic sequence? Trying to find a later term in that sequence? Don't want to keep adding the common difference to each term until you get to the one you want? Then use the equation for the nth term in an arithmetic sequence instead! This tutorial will show you how!
The constant of variation is the number that relates two variables that are directly proportional or inversely proportional to one another. Watch this tutorial to see how to find the constant of variation for a direct variation equation. Take a look!
Looking for some practice with direct variation? Watch this tutorial, and get that practice! This tutorial shows you how to take given information and turn it into a direct variation equation. Then, see how to use that equation to find the value of one of the variables.
Looking for some practice with direct variation? Watch this tutorial, and get that practice! This tutorial shows you how to take a table of values and describe the relation using a direct variation equation.
Got a bunch of data? Trying to figure out if there is a positive, negative, or no correlation? Draw a scatter plot! This tutorial takes you through the steps of creating a scatter plot, drawing a line-of-fit, and determining the correlation, if any. Take a look!
A line-of-fit is a line that summarizes the trend in a set of data. In this tutorial, you'll see how to graph data on a coordinate plane and draw a line-of-fit for that data. Check it out!
Got a bunch of data? Trying to figure out if there is a positive, negative, or no correlation? Draw a scatter plot! This tutorial takes you through the steps of creating a scatter plot, drawing a line-of-fit, and determining the correlation, if any. Take a look!
Got a bunch of data? Trying to figure out if there is a positive, negative, or no correlation? Draw a scatter plot! This tutorial takes you through the steps of creating a scatter plot, drawing a line-of-fit, and determining the correlation, if any. Take a look!
Perpendicular lines have slopes that are opposite reciprocals of each other. To find the slope of a line that is perpendicular to a given equation, find the opposite reciprocal of that slope. Check out this tutorial to learn how!
Word problems are a great way to see math in action! This tutorial shows you how to solve a word problem involving rise and run by using the slope formula.
To find the x-intercept of a given linear equation, simply remove the 'y' and solve for 'x'. To find the y-intercept, remove the 'x' and solve for 'y'. In this tutorial, you'll see how to find the x-intercept and the y-intercept for a given linear equation. Check it out!
Trying to graph a line from a given slope and y-intercept? Think you need to find an equation first? Think again! In this tutorial, see how to use that given slope and y-intercept to graph the line.
Trying to write an equation in point-slope form? Got a point on the line and the slope? Plug those values correctly into the point-slope form of a line and you'll have your answer! Watch this tutorial to get all the details!
Trying to write an equation in point-slope form? Have two points but no slope? You'll need to use those points to find a slope first. Watch this tutorial and see what needs to be done to write an equation in point-slope form!
Want to write an equation in slope-intercept form? Already have the slope and y-intercept? Perfect! Just correctly plug those values into your equation and you're done! Learn how in this tutorial.
When you're dealing with linear equations, you may be asked to find the slope of a line. That's when knowing the slope formula really comes in handy! Learn the formula to find the slope of a line by watching this tutorial.
When you have a linear equation, the x-intercept is the point where the graph of the line crosses the x-axis. In this tutorial, learn about the x-intercept. Check it out!
Parallel lines are lines that will go on and on forever without ever intersecting. This is because they have the same slope! If you have two linear equations that have the same slope but different y-intercepts, then those lines are parallel to one another!
Perpendicular lines intersect at right angles to one another. To figure out if two equations are perpendicular, take a look at their slopes. The slopes of perpendicular lines are opposite reciprocals of each other. Their product is -1! Watch this tutorial and see how to determine if two equations are perpendicular.
Want to find the point midway between two locations? Then you're looking for the midpoint! The midpoint of a line segment is the point located midway between the endpoints of the line segment. This tutorial tells you about the midpoint of a line segment. Take a look!
A math term can really tell you a lot about the thing it's describing. Take the term 'endpoints'. The endpoints of a line segment are just the 'points' located at the 'ends' of the line segment! That's an informative name! Watch this tutorial to learn about endpoints of a line segment.
See a pattern in a sequence? It might be an arithmetic sequence! Learn about arithmetic sequences by watching this tutorial.
Did you know that the constant you add to a term in an arithmetic sequence to get the next term has a name? It's called a common difference! This tutorial is a great way to learn more about the common difference of an arithmetic sequence.
Got a set of numbers? Are they in a particular order? If so, then you have a sequence! Take a look at sequences by watching this tutorial.
You can't learn about linear equations without learning about slope. The slope of a line is the steepness of the line. There are many ways to think about slope. Slope is the rise over the run, the change in 'y' over the change in 'x', or the gradient of a line. Check out this tutorial to learn about slope!
When you're looking at a sequence, each value in that sequence is called a term. This tutorial explains the definition of the term of a sequence. Take a look!
The constant of variation is the number that relates two variables that are directly proportional or inversely proportional to one another. But why is it called the constant of variation? This tutorial answers that question, so take a look!
Want to know what a direct variation looks like graphically? Basically, it's a straight line that goes through the origin. To get a better picture, check out this tutorial!
Scatter plots are really useful for graphically showing a bunch of data. By seeing data graphically, you can see patterns or trends in the data. These patterns help researchers to understand how one thing affects another. This can lead to all kinds of breakthroughs! This tutorial gives you a look at the scatter plot. Check it out!
Looking at a line-of-fit on a scatter plot? Does that line have a positive slope? If so, your data shows a positive correlation! Learn about positive correlation by watching this tutorial.
Looking at a line-of-fit on a scatter plot? Does that line have a negative slope? If so, your data shows a negative correlation! Learn about negative correlation by watching this tutorial.
Scatter plots are very helpful in graphically showing the pattern in a set of data. But sometimes that data shows no correlation. Learn about no correlation and see how to tell if data shows no correlation by watching this tutorial!
Multiplicative inverses. That's a mouthful! Really, this term just refers to numbers that when multiplied together equal 1. These numbers are also called reciprocals of each other! Learn about multiplicative inverses by watching this tutorial.
What does a negative slope mean? What does the graph of a negative slope look like? Find the answers to these questions by watching this tutorial!
You may be able to guess that vertical lines are lines that go straight up and down, but did you know that all vertical lines have the same slope? In this tutorial, learn all about vertical lines including their slope and what the equation of a vertical line looks like!
Ever look at the horizon when the sun is rising or setting? Know why it's called the horizon? It's a horizontal line! And just like the horizon, horizontal lines go straight left and right. In this tutorial, you'll learn all about horizontal lines including their slope and what the equation of a horizontal line looks like.
Trying to find the value of a certain term in an arithmetic sequence? Don't want to go through the terms one-by-one to find the one you want? Use the formula to find the nth term in an arithmetic sequence! This tutorial shows you how find that formula!
What does a positive slope mean? What does the graph of a positive slope look like? Find the answers to these questions by watching this tutorial!
A zero slope is just the slope of a horizontal line! The y-coordinate never changes no matter what the x-coordinate is! In this tutorial, learn about the meaning of zero slope.
An undefined slope (or an infinitely large slope) is the slope of a vertical line! The x-coordinate never changes no matter what the y-coordinate is! There is no run! In this tutorial, learn about the meaning of undefined slope.
When you're learning about linear equations, you're bound to run into the point-slope form of a line. This form is quite useful in creating an equation of a line if you're given the slope and a point on the line. Watch this tutorial, and learn about the point-slope form of a line!
When you're learning about linear equations, you're bound to run into the point-slope form of a line. This form is quite useful in creating an equation of a line if you're given the slope and a point on the line. Watch this tutorial, and learn about the point-slope form of a line!
When you have a linear equation, the y-intercept is the point where the graph of the line crosses the y-axis. In this tutorial, learn about the y-intercept. Check it out!
There are many different ways to solve a system of linear equations. In this tutorial, you'll see how to solve a system of linear equations by graphing both lines and finding their intersection. Take a look!
There are many different ways to solve a system of linear equations. In this tutorial, you'll see how to solve a system of linear equations by substituting one equation into the other and solving for the variable. Then, see how to use that variable value to find the value of the other variable. Check it out!
There are many different ways to solve a system of linear equations. In this tutorial, you'll see how to solve a system of linear equations by graphing both lines and finding their intersection. Take a look!
There are many different ways to solve a system of inequalities. In this tutorial, you'll see how to solve such a system by graphing both inequalities and finding their intersection. Check it out!
A system of equations is a set of equations with the same variables. If the equations are all linear, then you have a system of linear equations! To solve a system of equations, you need to figure out the variable values that solve all the equations involved. This tutorial will introduce you to these systems.
A system of equations is a set of equations with the same variables. A system of inequalities is almost exactly the same, except you're working with inequalities instead of equations! To solve such a system, you need to find the variable values that will make each inequality true at the same time. This tutorial will introduce you to systems of inequalities.
If you have a system of equations that contains two equations with the same two unknown variables, then the solution to that system is the ordered pair that makes both equations true at the same time. Follow along as this tutorial uses an example to explain the solution to a system of equations!
When you're trying to graph a quadratic equation, making a table of values can be really helpful. To figure out what x-values to use in the table, first find the vertex of the quadratic equation. That way, you can pick values on either side to see what the graph does on either side of the vertex. To see how to make a table of values for a quadratic equation, check out this tutorial!
When you're trying to graph a quadratic equation, making a table of values can be really helpful. Before you make a table, first find the vertex of the quadratic equation. That way, you can pick values on either side to see what the graph does on either side of the vertex. Watch this tutorial to see how you can graph a quadratic equation!
Each quadratic equation has either a maximum or minimum, but did you that this point has a special name? In a quadratic equation, this point is called the vertex! Take a look at the vertex of a quadratic equation by watching this tutorial.
If you graph a linear function, you get a line. If you graph a quadratic function, you get something called a parabola. A parabola tends to look like a smile or a frown, depending on the function. Check out this tutorial and learn about parabolas!
You can't go through algebra without seeing quadratic functions. The graphs of quadratic functions are parabolas; they tend to look like a smile or a frown. In this tutorial, get introduced to quadratic functions, look at their graphs, and see some examples of quadratic functions!
Trying to find the distance between two points? Use the distance formula! Want to see how it's done? Check out this tutorial!
Want to simplify a radical whose radicand is not a perfect square? No sweat! Check out this tutorial and see how to write that radicand as its prime factorization. Then, rewrite any duplicate factors using exponents, break up the radical using the product property of square roots, and simplify. To see this process step-by-step, watch this tutorial!
To multiply radicals, you can use the product property of square roots to multiply the contents of each radical together. Then, it's just a matter of simplifying! In this tutorial, you'll see how to multiply two radicals together and then simplify their product. Check it out!
Finding the missing length of a side of a right triangle? If you have the other two side lengths, you can use the Pythagorean theorem to solve! Check out this tutorial and see how to use this really helpful theorem to find that missing side measurement!
Think your triangle is a right triangle? Want to be sure? If you have the length of each side, apply the Pythagorean theorem to the triangle. If you get a true statement when you simplify, then you do indeed have a right triangle! If you get a false statement, then you can be sure that your triangle is not a right triangle. Check out this tutorial and learn how use the Pythagorean theorem to see if a triangle is a right triangle!
The product property of square roots is really helpful when you're simplifying radicals. This property lets you take a square root of a product of numbers and break up the radical into the product of separate square roots. Check out this tutorial and learn about the product property of square roots!
The quotient property of square roots if very useful when you're trying to take the square root of a fraction. This property allows you to split the square root between the numerator and denominator of the fraction. This tutorial introduces you to the quotient property of square roots. Take a look!
Looking for some terminology used with right triangles? Then this tutorial was made for you! In this tutorial, you'll be introduced to the names for the different parts of a right triangle. Check it out!
The converse of the Pythagorean Theorem is like the the Pythagorean Theorem in reverse. You can use it both forward and backward! Not all theorems work this way, but the Pythagorean Theorem does! This tutorial will show you how to use both the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse.
If you need to find the distance between to points on the coordinate, you'll probably use the distance formula to get your answer. This tutorial introduces you to the distance formula and even shows you how to find it!
The Pythagorean theorem is a very popular theorem that shows a special relationship between the sides of a right triangle. In this tutorial, you'll get introduced to the Pythagorean theorem and see how it's used to solve for a missing length on a right triangle!
When you're trying to figure out all the possibilities from different options, it can be helpful to make a tree diagram. In this tutorial, you'll see how to use a tree diagram to figure out how many different outfits can be created from the possible shirts, bottoms, and shoes given. Check it out!
When you're trying to figure out all the possibilities from different options, it can be helpful to draw a picture. In this tutorial, you'll see how to use a picture to figure out how many different outcomes can be created from the possibilities given. Check it out!
Working with probabilities? Check out this tutorial! You'll see how to calculate the probability of picking a certain marble out of a bag.
Calculating probabilities? Take a look at this tutorial and see how to figure out the probability of independently drawing certain cards from a deck!
Sometimes probabilities depend on the outcomes of other events. Check out this tutorial to see probabilities of dependent events in action!
Mean is just another name for average. To find the mean of a data set, add all the values together and divide by the number of values in the set. The result is your mean! To see an example of finding the mean, watch this tutorial!
The median of a data set is the number that is the middle value of the set. It's easy to find the median if you first put the numbers in order from least to greatest. In this tutorial, see how to find the median of a data set, and see what to do if there are two middle values!
The mode of a data set is the number that occurs most frequently in the set. To easily find the mode, put the numbers in order from least to greatest and count how many times each number occurs. The number that occurs the most is the mode! Follow along with this tutorial and see how to find the mode of a set of data.
The range of a data set is the difference between the largest number and the smallest number. In this tutorial, you'll see how to find the range of a set of data. Check it out!
The mode of a data set is the number that occurs most often, but what if your data set has more than one mode? Is that possible? This tutorial explains what to do when a data set has multiple modes!
To find the mode of a data set, look for the number that occurs most often. What if all the numbers occur the same number of times? What's the mode of that data set? This tutorial will tell you!
If you want to see data from a frequency table in a more visual way, try creating a histogram to show off that data! This tutorial shows you what to do!
A box-and-whisker plot can help you get a better picture of what your data looks like visually. This tutorial shows you the step-by-step process for making a box-and-whisker plot!
Frequency tables help you more easily see what occurs most often in a set of data. This tutorial shows you how to create a fequency table for a given set of data.
The Fundamental Counting Principle (FCP) can be used to find a number of permutations. Follow along with this tutorial to see how to use the FCP to find the number ways you can rearrange the letters in the word NUMBER.
Probability can help you solve all sorts of everyday problems! This tutorial shows you how to find the probability of the complement of an event using gummy worms!
The mean and median can help you better understand a data set. Check out this real world example involving finding and comparing the mean and median of multiple data sets.
Finding the minimum, maximum, median, and quartiles of a set of data can help tell you a lot about your data. Follow along with this tutorial to practice finding these pieces of a data set!
Simulators are a great way to model an experiment without actually performing the experiment in real life. This tutorial looks at using a simulator to figure out what might happen if you randomly guessed on a true/false quiz.
When you're conducting an experiment, the outcome is a very important part. The outcome of an experiment is any possible result of the experiment. Learn about outcomes by watching this tutorial!
In an experiment, it's good to know your sample space. The sample space is the set of all possible outcomes of an experiment. Watch this tutorial to get a look at the sample space of an experiment!
The Fundamental Counting Principle is a way to figure out the total number of ways different events can occur. In this tutorial, you'll be introduced to this principle and see how to use it in an example. Take a look!
Probability can help you solve all sorts of everyday problems, but first you need to know what probability is! Follow along with this tutorial to learn about probability!
The median is one of many measures of central tendency. Check out this tutorial to learn what the median is and how you can find it!
Finding the mode of a set of data can help you understand the data better. This tutorial introduces you to mode and shows you how to find this helpful measure of central tendency!
When you think of the mean of a data set, think of the word average. 'Mean' and 'average' are the same thing when you're talking about a set of data! This tutorial introduces you to mean and shows you how to find it!
Stem-and-leaf plots can be really helpful in visually interpreting data. This tutorial introduces you to stem-and-leaf plots, shows you how to use this special type of graph, and explains some of the popular uses. Take a look!
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Frequency tables tell you how often something occurs in a set of data. This tutorial introduces you to frequency tables and shows you some of the ways they can be used to interpret data!
Being able to disect a set of data and better understand it is a key part of mastering statistics. This tutorial teaches you about one of these disection tools called the interquartile range.
Do real life situations always work out the way your mathematical models tell you they should? No! This tutorial describes how experimental probability differs from theoretical probability.
When you learn about probablilities, the complement of an event is a must-know term! This tutorial introduces you the complement of an event.
The commutative property is a fundamental building block of math, but it only works for addition and multiplication. This tutorial defines the commutative property and provides examples of how to use it.
Let's identify an identity! Addition and subtraction have a different identity than multiplication and division. Learn about each of these identities with this tutorial!
Need some practice translating phrases into mathematical expressions? Then this tutorial is for you! You'll get practice translating statements involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division into mathematical expressions.
There are a bunch of different categories of numbers such as the rational numbers, the natural numbers, and the integers, just to name a few. See how they all relate to one another by watching this tutorial!
Simplifying an algebraic expression is a fundamental part of solving math problems. Get some practice putting an expression in simplest form by following along with this tutorial.
In this tutorial you'll see how to apply the distributive property. Remember that this is important when you are trying to simplify an expression and get rid of parentheses!
Plugging variables into an expression is essential for solving many algebra problems. See how to plug in variable values by watching this tutorial.
If you're trying to simplify some math expressions, you have to do it in the right order. If you've ever wondered how to do that, check out this example tutorial where you'll see exactly what order you need to follow:)
You can't do algebra without working with variables, but variables can be confusing. If you've ever wondered what variables are, then this tutorial is for you!
Knowing the mathematical meaning of words allows you to decipher word problems and gives you the power to write your own word problems, too! Take a look at these words and learn their mathematical translations.
Combining like terms together is a key part of simplifying mathematical expressions, so check out this tutorial to see how you can easily pick out like terms from an expression
Sometimes what's simple for some is hard for others, and so simple seems like a pretty subjective word. But when it comes to algebra, the simplest form of an expressions is very well defined and is very specific- there's really nothing that subjective about it. So watch this tutorial and see exactly what simplest form means!
The distributive property is a very deep math principle that helps make math work. It's the rule that lets you expand parentheses, and so it's really critical to understand if you want to get good at simplifying expressions. So check out the tutorial and let us know what you think!
The associative property is one of those fundamental properties of math that make math work. You probably take this property for granted because it's so ingrained, but it's important to see how the guts of math work, so check out the tutorial and make sure you're solid on your fundamentals!
Check out this tutorial where you'll see exactly what order you need to follow when you simplify expressions. You'll also see what happens when you don't follow these rules, and you'll find out why order of operations is so important!
There is a bunch of vocabulary that you just need to know when it comes to algebra, and coefficient is one of the key words that you have to feel 100% comfortable with. Check out the tutorial and let us know if you want to learn more about coefficients!
We know that calculators are everywhere, but that doesn't mean that long division isn't important! Sometimes you won't be allowed to use a calculator, and when those times occur, you'll be thankful that you watched this video!
When you do division problems, you need to know the vocabulary that people use to describe what number is being divided, and what number is doing the dividing. This tutorial will help you keep that vocabulary straight!
We know that calculators are everywhere, but that doesn't mean that long division isn't important! Sometimes you won't be allowed to use a calculator, and when those times occur, you'll be thankful that you watched this video!
Is an irrational number just a way to describe a number that's lost its mind? Not really. :) An irrational number is simply a number that cannot be written as a fraction. Check out the definition, learn an important property of these special numbers, and take a look at some examples of irrational numbers.
Real numbers are numbers that can be found on the number line. This includes both the rational and irrational numbers. This tutorial explains real numbers and gives some great examples. Take a look!
Taking the square root of a perfect square always gives you an integer. This tutorial shows you how to take the square root of 36. When you finish watching this tutorial, try taking the square root of other perfect squares like 4, 9, 25, and 144.
Trying to take the square root of a number that is not a perfect square? Think you need a calculator? Think again! This tutorial will show you how to estimate the square root of a number that is not a perfect square without the use of a calculator!
Subtracting fractions with unlike denominators doesn't have to be a nightmare. Just find a common denominator and everything calms down! See how to keep your fraction subtraction calm with this tutorial.
Subtracting fractions with like denominators? Just subtract the numerators and put the result over the common denominator! To see this process in action, check out this tutorial!
Inequalities come up all the time when you're working algebra problems. In this tutorial you'll learn what an inequality is, and you'll see all the common inequality symbols that you're likely to see :)
Working with mixed fractions in equations can be tough, but things get easier if you convert them into improper fractions first. Once you learn this skill, you'll find yourself using it all the time, so take look at how to convert a mixed fraction to an improper fraction.
A positive times a positive is a positive. A negative times a negative is a positive. What about a negative times a positive? This tutorial gives you the answer by showing you how multiply (and divide!) with mixed signs.
This tutorial gives you some practice finding a common denominator and the least common denominator of three fractions. There's only one least common denominator, but there are many common denominators. This tutorial gives you one. Can you find another?
Working with fractions can be intimidating, but if you arm yourself with the right tools, you'll find that working with fractions is no harder than working with basic numbers. In this tutorial you'll see the process for multiplying 3 very simple fractions. Enjoy!
Trying to add fractions with unlike denominators? You're going to need a common denominator first! Follow along with this tutorial and see what you need to do to add these fractions together.
How do you combine a positive and a negative number? This tutorial shows you how. You even get to see it explained with a number line!
Multiplying a whole number and a fraction can be confusing, but this tutorial helps to sort things out. Check it out!
In this tutorial you'll see how you can think of absolute value in a very intuitive way. Let us know if you have any questions about it!
Multiplying and dividing numbers takes a good amount of thinking, and it's easy to make a mistake. But you can make sure that you're on the right track if you check whether the answer should be positive or negative. In this tutorial you'll see exactly how to tell if your answer will be positive or negative, even if you don't know the exact value of the answer. That way you'll always be able to check your answers!
Prime numbers aren't too hard to define, but they still puzzle professional mathematicians. Believe it or not, all over the word computers are chugging away, trying to find the next biggest prime! Bigger and bigger prime numbers help keep your credit card info safe through really cool encryption techniques. So prime numbers really matter every day, and you can learn how they are defined in this tutorial.
While adding fractions can be hard, adding fractions with the same denominator is just as easy as adding numbers. That's why when you add fractions you first get all of them to have the same denominator, and then add them up. In this tutorial you get to see just how easy it is to add up fractions once they have the same denominator!
Subtracting a positive from a negative? Just remember: subtracting a positive is the same as adding a negative. See how it works in this tutorial!
Subtracting a negative from a positive? Just remember: subtracting a negative is the same as adding a positive. See how it works in this tutorial!
Number lines are great ways to represent a group of numbers, and in this tutorial you'll see how to graph a group of numbers on a number line
Number lines are really useful in visualizing an inequality or a set. In this tutorial, you'll see how to graph both. Take a look!
Writing inequalities from a graph on a number line isn't so bad if you know what to do. Watch this tutorial to learn how!
Did you know that there are infinitely many rational numbers between two rational numbers? This tutorial shows you how to find one. Can you find another?
There are lots of different kind of numbers that you should know about, and that includes rational numbers. Check out the tutorial!
What is the average temperature outside today? What is the average amount of time it takes you to do your homework? What is the average price for a gallon of gas? To figure out how to find the average to just about anything, check out this tutorial about averages!
There are lots of different kinds of numbers that you'll come across in algebra, and a lot of these kinds of numbers are related to each other. Before you learn how they are related, you've got to learn about them separately, and in this tutorial you'll how to define integers :)
When you divide fractions, the trick is to rewrite division as a multiplication. But the truth is that you can always rewrite division as a multiplication, and in this tutorial you'll see the rule that makes that possible!
Reciprocals are important when it comes to dividing fractions, finding perpendicular lines, dealing with inverse proportions, and so much more! In this tutorial you can review the basics about reciprocals.
Some problems require adding and subtracting a combination of positive and negative numbers. Watch this tutorial and learn how to keep everything organized so you can find the answer!
Subtracting a positive is the same thing as adding a negative. Subtracting a negative is the same as adding a positive. Get a closer look with this tutorial!
Adding two negative numbers together? Just add the absolute value of each number together, put a negative sign in front, and you have your answer! See how it's done in this tutorial.
In math, it's often important to change a fraction from one type to another. It can help you work with the fraction in an equation or help make more sense of an answer. This tutorial shows you how to convert an improper fraction to a mixed fraction.
Fractions involving large numbers can be a handful, but sometimes these fractions can be reduced, taking those large numbers off your hands. This tutorial shows you how to reduce a fraction to its simplest form. Take a look!
This tutorial uses something called a factor tree to find the greatest common factor of two numbers. Creating a factor tree for a number makes it easier to find its prime factors. These prime factors are used to help find the greatest common factor. Watch this tutorial and learn how to find the greatest common factor using a factor tree.
Doing math with paper and pencil can come in real handy, so make sure you're comfortable subtracting decimals by hand. After all, you don't want the calculator to be a crutch!
Doing math with paper and pencil can come in real handy, so make sure you're comfortable adding decimals by hand. After all, you don't want the calculator to be a crutch!
Doing math with paper and pencil can come in real handy, so make sure you're comfortable multiplying decimals by hand. After all, you don't want the calculator to be a crutch!
Ever wondered about the zeros that come at the end of a decimal number? What are those things anyway? Do they actually matter in terms of the value of the number? Watch the tutorial and see for yourself :)
Solving equations can be tough, especially if you've forgotten or have trouble understanding the tools at your disposal. One of those tools is the subtraction property of equality, and it lets you subtract the same number from both sides of an equation. Watch the video to see it in action!
Solving equations can be tough, especially if you've forgotten or have trouble understanding the tools at your disposal. One of those tools is the addition property of equality, and it lets you add the same number to both sides of an equation. Watch the video to see it in action!
Solving equations can be tough, especially if you've forgotten or have trouble understanding the tools at your disposal. One of those tools is the multiplication property of equality, and it lets you multiply both sides of an equation by the same number. Watch the video to see it in action!
Trying to solve an equation with variables on both sides of the equal sign? Figure out how to get those variables together and find the answer with this tutorial!
Word problems are a great way to see math in action! See how to translate a word problem into an equation, solve to find the answer, and check your found answer all in this tutorial.
Solving an equation for a variable? Perform the order of operations in reverse! Check it out in this tutorial.
Word problems are a great way to see math in action! See how to translate a word problem into an equation, solve to find the answer, and check your found answer all in this tutorial.
Working with word problems AND fractions? This tutorial shows you how to take a word problem and translate it into a mathematical equation involving fractions. Then, you'll see how to solve and get the answer. Check it out!
Solving an equation with multiple fractions in different forms isn't so bad. This tutorial shows you how to convert a mixed fraction to an improper fraction in order to solve the equation. Then, you'll see how to convert the answer back to a mixed fraction to make sense of it. Follow along with this tutorial to see how it's done!
Got an equation with two variables? Want to solve for one variable in terms of the other? Want to go the other way around? See how in this tutorial!
Working with word problems AND fractions? This tutorial shows you how to take a word problem and translate it into a mathematical equation involving fractions. Then, you'll see how to solve and get the answer. Check it out!
Solving an equation for a variable? Perform the order of operations in reverse! Check it out in this tutorial.
Working with word problems AND fractions? This tutorial shows you how to take a word problem and translate it into a mathematical equation involving fractions. Then, you'll see how to solve and check your answer. Take a look!
Word problems are a great way to see math in action! See how to translate a word problem into an equation, solve to find the answer, and check your found answer all in this tutorial.
How do you find the length of a rectangle if you're given the width and the area? This tutorial shows you how!
Trying to solve an equation with variables and fractions? Just perform the order of operations in reverse! To see what it takes, watch this tutorial.
Word problems are a great way to see math in the real world. In this tutorial, you'll see how to translate a word problem into a mathematical equation involving consecutive numbers. Then you'll see how to solve that equation and check your answer!
Consecutive numbers are numbers in counting order. They tend to come up in words problems. Take a look at this tutorial to learn all about consecutive numbers!
Trying to solve two equations each with the same two unknown variables? Take one of the equations and solve it for one of the variables. Then plug that into the other equation and solve for the variable. Plug that value into either equation to get the value for the other variable. This tutorial will take you through this process of substitution step-by-step!
Word problems are a great way to see math in the real world. In this tutorial, you'll see how to translate a word problem into a mathematical equation. Then you'll see how to solve that equation and check your answer!
Want to solve an equation by guessing and checking possible answers? Then this tutorial is for you! Make sure to pay close attention to the strategy involved in guessing and checking!
Trying to solve an equation involving a fraction? Just multiply the fraction away and then perform the order of operations in reverse! See how in this tutorial.
Trying to solve an equation involving a fraction? Just perform the order of operations in reverse! See how in this tutorial.
Solving an equation for a variable? Perform the order of operations in reverse! Check it out in this tutorial.
Solving an equation for a variable? Perform the order of operations in reverse! Check it out in this tutorial.
Solving an equation for a variable? Perform the order of operations in reverse! Check it out in this tutorial.
Trying to solve an equation where you see the same variable more than once? Figure out how to get those variables together and solve the equation with this tutorial!
Solving equations can be tough, especially if you've forgotten or have trouble understanding the tools at your disposal. One of those tools is the division property of equality, and it lets you divide both sides of an equation by the same number. Watch the video to see it in action!
Word problems allow you to see the real world uses of math! This tutorial shows you how to take a words problem and turn it into a percent proportion. Then see how to solve for the answer using the mean extremes property of proportions. Take a look!
Sometimes the hardest part of a word problem is figuring out how to turn the words into an equation you can solve. This tutorial let's you see the steps to take in order to turn a word problem involving a blueprint into a proportion. Take a look!
Taking a percent of a number? Trying to figure out the result? Use a percent proportion to solve! This tutorial will show you how!
Sales tax, tips at restaurants, grades on tests... no matter what you do, you can't run away from percents. So watch this tutorial and see once and for all what percents are all about!
If you already have a bank account or if you plan to have one in the future, then this tutorial is a must see! Follow along as this tutorial goes through a word problem involving simple interest.
Interest is found in a bunch of places: savings accounts, mortgages, loans, investments, credit cards, and more! Watch this tutorial and learn how to calculate simple interest!
Percents and Decimals are just tools that let us represent numbers, and that is why percents can be converted into decimals, and decimals can be converted into percents. In this tutorial you'll see how quickly you can convert percents into decimals!
Word problems allow you to see the real world uses of math! In this tutorial, learn how to calculate the percent of increase using the percent of change formula.
Lots of things in this world change their value such as cars, video games, and computers. When something either increases or decreases in value, it can be useful to know the percent of that change in value. To figure out that percent, you'll need the percent of change formula. Learn it with this tutorial!
Going shopping? Is something you want on sale? Trying to figure out the sale price of that item? Follow along with this word problem and you'll see how to calculate that price!
Sometimes the hardest part of a word problem is figuring out how to turn the words into an equation you can solve. This tutorial let's you see the steps to take in order to do just that! Take a look! You'll be glad you did!
Going shopping can be tons of fun, but things can go sour when you get to the register and realize that the sales tax puts you over your budget. Always stay under budget by figuring out your total cost BEFORE you hit the check out. Watch this tutorial and learn how to calculate sales tax!
Taking a percent of a number? Trying to figure out the result? Convert the percent to a decimal and multiply it by the number! This tutorial will show you how!
This tutorial provides a great real world application of math. You'll see how to use uniform motion to figure out how long it will take to go a certain distance traveling at a constant speed. Check it out!
When you have constant speed, the same formula pops up over and over again, and that's the formula that connects distance, speed, and time. Make sure you know this formula, and if you want a refresher, check out the tutorial!
Word problems allow you to see math in action! Take a look at this word problem involving an object's weight on Earth compared to its weight on the Moon. See how the formula for direct variation plays an important role in finding the solution. Then use that formula to see how much you would weigh on the Moon!
Ever heard of two things being directly proportional? Well, a good example is speed and distance. The bigger your speed, the farther you'll go over a given time period. So as one variable goes up, the other goes up too, and that's the idea of direct proportionality. But you can express direct proportionality using equations, and that's an important thing to do in algebra. See how to do that in the tutorial!
If two things are directly proportional, you can bet that you'll need to use the formula for direct variation to solve! In this tutorial, you'll see how to use the formula for direct variation to find the constant of variation and then solve for your answer.
If two things are inversely proportional, you can bet that you'll need to use the formula for inverse variation to solve! In this word problem, you'll see how to use the formula for inverse variation to find the constant of inverse variation and then solve for your answer.
Want to solve a percent proportion? Just use the means extremes property of proportions to cross multiply! Solve for the variable, and you have your answer! Learn how with this tutorial.
Ever heard of two things being inversely proportional? Well, a good example is speed and time. The bigger your speed, the less time it takes to get to where you are going. So when one variable is big, the other is small, and that's the idea of inverse proportionality. But you can express inverse proportionality using equations, and that's an important thing to do in algebra. See how to do that in the tutorial!
If two things are inversely proportional, you can bet that you'll need to use the formula for inverse variation to solve! In this tutorial, you'll see how to use the formula for inverse variation to find the constant of inverse variation and then solve for your answer.
A part is some percent of a whole. Trying to calculate the percent? Use a percent proportion to solve! This tutorial will show you how!
This tutorial provides a great real world application of math! Follow along with this tutorial to figure out how fast you need to go to travel a certain distance in a certain amount of time.
Percents are important, and the reality is that percents are actually proportions in disguise. In this tutorial you'll see exactly how to connect percents with proportions, and you'll be happier for it :)
The idea of proportions is that a ratio can be written in many ways and still be equal to the same value. That's why proportions are actually equations with equal ratios. This is a bit of a tricky definition, so make sure to watch the tutorial!
The means-extremes property of proportions allows you to cross multiply, taking the product of the means and setting them equal to the product of the extremes. This property comes in handy when you're trying to solve a proportion. Watch this tutorial to learn more!
Ratios are everywhere! The scale on a map or blueprint is a ratio. Ingredients sometimes need to be mixed using ratios such as the ratio of water to cement mix when making cement. Watch this tutorial to learn about ratios. Then think of some ratios you've encountered before!
This tutorial provides a great real world application of math. You'll see how to use the scale from a blueprint of a house to help find the actual height of the house. This tutorial shows you how to use a proportion to solve!
Word problems allow you to see the real world uses of math! In this tutorial, learn how to translate a word problem into an inequality. Then see how to solve the inequality and understand the meaning of the answer.
Solving an inequality for a variable? Just perform the order of operations in reverse! Always make sure to follow the rules for solving an inequality!
Word problems allow you to see math in action! This tutorial deals with inequalities and money in a bank account. See how to translate a word problem into an inequality, solve the problem, and understand the answer. Take a look!
Solving an inequality for a variable? Just perform the order of operations in reverse! Always make sure to follow the rules for solving an inequality!
This tutorial provides a great real world application of math. See how to turn a word problem into an inequality. Then solve the inequality by performing the order of operations in reverse. Don't forget that if you multiply or divide by a negative number, you MUST flip the sign of the inequality! That's one of the big differences between solving equalities and solving inequalities.
Solving an inequality for a variable? Just perform the order of operations in reverse! Don't forget that if you multiply or divide by a negative number, you MUST flip the sign of the inequality! That's one of the big differences between solving equalities and solving inequalities.
This tutorial provides a great real world application of math. See how to turn a word problem into an inequality. Then solve the inequality by performing the order of operations in reverse. Don't forget that if you multiply or divide by a negative number, you MUST flip the sign of the inequality! That's one of the big differences between solving equalities and solving inequalities.
This tutorial provides a great real world application of math. See how to turn a word problem into an inequality. Then solve the inequality by performing the order of operations in reverse. Don't forget that if you multiply or divide by a negative number, you MUST flip the sign of the inequality! That's one of the big differences between solving equalities and solving inequalities.
Solving an inequality for a variable? Just perform the order of operations in reverse! Don't forget that if you multiply or divide by a negative number, you MUST flip the sign of the inequality! That's one of the big differences between solving equalities and solving inequalities.
This tutorial provides a great real world application of math. See how to turn a word problem into an inequality. Then solve the inequality by performing the order of operations in reverse. Don't forget that if you multiply or divide by a negative number, you MUST flip the sign of the inequality! That's one of the big differences between solving equalities and solving inequalities.
Solving an inequality for a variable? Just perform the order of operations in reverse! Don't forget that if you multiply or divide by a negative number, you MUST flip the sign of the inequality! That's one of the big differences between solving equalities and solving inequalities.
This tutorial provides a great real world application of math. See how to turn a word problem into an inequality. Then solve the inequality by performing the order of operations in reverse. Don't forget that if you multiply or divide by a negative number, you MUST flip the sign of the inequality! That's one of the big differences between solving equalities and solving inequalities.
Solving an inequality for a variable? Just perform the order of operations in reverse! Don't forget that if you multiply or divide by a negative number, you MUST flip the sign of the inequality! That's one of the big differences between solving equalities and solving inequalities.
This tutorial provides a great real world application of math. See how to turn a word problem into an inequality. Then solve the inequality by performing the order of operations in reverse. Don't forget that if you multiply or divide by a negative number, you MUST flip the sign of the inequality! That's one of the big differences between solving equalities and solving inequalities.
Solving an inequality for a variable? Just perform the order of operations in reverse! Don't forget that if you multiply or divide by a negative number, you MUST flip the sign of the inequality! That's one of the big differences between solving equalities and solving inequalities.
Solving an inequality for a variable? Just perform the order of operations in reverse! Don't forget that if you multiply or divide by a negative number, you MUST flip the sign of the inequality! That's one of the big differences between solving equalities and solving inequalities.
This tutorial provides a great real world application of math. See how to turn a word problem into an inequality. Then solve the inequality by performing the order of operations in reverse. Don't forget that if you multiply or divide by a negative number, you MUST flip the sign of the inequality! That's one of the big differences between solving equalities and solving inequalities.
Solving an inequality for a variable? Just perform the order of operations in reverse! Don't forget that if you multiply or divide by a negative number, you MUST flip the sign of the inequality! That's one of the big differences between solving equalities and solving inequalities.
Solving an inequality for a variable? Just perform the order of operations in reverse! Don't forget that if you multiply or divide by a negative number, you MUST flip the sign of the inequality! That's one of the big differences between solving equalities and solving inequalities.
Solving an inequality for a variable? Just perform the order of operations in reverse! Don't forget that if you multiply or divide by a negative number, you MUST flip the sign of the inequality! That's one of the big differences between solving equalities and solving inequalities.
Ever wondered what rules you're allowed to follow when you're working with inequalities? Well, one of those rules is called the subtraction property of inequality, and it basically says that if you minus a number from one side of an inequality, you have to minus that same number from the other side of the inequality as well. Watch the tutorial to see how this looks in terms of algebra!
Ever wondered what rules you're allowed to follow when you're working with inequalities? Well, one of those rules is called the addition property of inequality, and it basically says that if you add a number from one side of an inequality, you have to add that same number from the other side of the inequality as well. Watch the tutorial to see how this looks in terms of algebra!
Ever wondered what rules you're allowed to follow when you're working with inequalities? Well, one of those rules is called the division property of inequality, and it basically says that if you divide one side of an inequality by a number, you can divide the other side of the inequality by the same number. However, you have to be very careful about the direction of the inequality! Watch the tutorial to see how this looks in terms of algebra!
Ever wondered what rules you're allowed to follow when you're working with inequalities? Well, one of those rules is called the multiplication property of inequality, and it basically says that if you multiply one side of an inequality by a number, you can multiply the other side of the inequality by the same number. However, you have to be very careful about the direction of the inequality! Watch the tutorial to see how this looks in terms of algebra!
Knowing the definition for a compound inequality is one thing, but being able to identify one in a word problem or phrase can be an entirely different challenge. Arm yourself by learning some of the common phrases used to describe a compound inequality and an absolute value inequality.
Subtracting polynomials? No problem! Just distribute the negative sign to the second polynomial and then combine like terms. Watch this tutorial to see how it's done!
This tutorial shows you how to find the volume of a box. The fun part? The measurement of each side is a monomial! Watch this tutorial to see how to find the product of three monomials.
Multiplying monomials? Group constants and like variables together before you multiply. See how to find the product of three monomials in this tutorial.
Got a monomial raised to a power? Want to simplify it? You could use the power of a product rule. You may also need the power of a power rule too. In this tutorial, you'll see how to simplify a monomial raise to a power.
Multiplying together two really large numbers? What about two really small numbers? How about one of each? Scientific notation to the rescue! Watch this tutorial and learn how to multiply using scientific notation.
Trying to convert a really large or really small number to scientific notation? Watch this tutorial and you'll be a pro in no time!
Trying to convert a number in scientific notation to decimal notation? Watch this tutorial and you'll be a pro in no time!
Word problems allow you to see the real world uses of math! In this tutorial, learn how to find the area of a quilt using binomials as the measurement of each side. Use the FOIL method to multiply those binomials together and get your answer!
Looking for practice using the FOIL method? This tutorial delivers! It takes you step-by-step through the FOIL method as you multiply together to binomials.
Word problems allow you to see the real world uses of math! In this tutorial, learn how to find the area of a garden using polynomials as the measurement of each side.
Multiplying a monomial by a trinomial? Apply the distributive property! See how it's done by watching this tutorial.
Word problems let you see math in action! This tutorial deals with the measurements of the sides of a picture frame. The fun part? The measurements are polynomials! Check it out!
Working with exponents can be lots of fun, as long as you understand how they work. In this tutorial you'll see how exponents add when you multiply the same number raised to different exponents!
Monomials are just math expressions with a bunch of numbers and variables multiplied together, and one way to compare monomials is to keep track of the degree. So what's a degree? Well, if you've ever wondered what 'degree' means, then this is the tutorial for you.
If you learn about algebra, then you'll see polynomials everywhere! In this tutorial, you'll learn the definition of a polynomial and see some of the common names for certain polynomials.
Comes in handy when you're factoring, and this tutorial will show you how to square like a pro!
Comes in handy when you're factoring, and this tutorial will show you how to square like a pro!
Multiplying monomials like (a + b) and (a - b) is really important when it comes to factoring, so if you want to get good at factoring, you're going to have to understand how to multiply a sum like (a + b) with a difference like (a - b)!
The FOIL method. No, not aluminum foil! The FOIL method stands for First, Outer, Inner, and Last. It's a popular way multiply two binomials together. This tutorial makes the FOIL method a breeze!
Ever played tic-tac-toe? Well this method of multiplying two polynomials together revisits that game! In this tutorial, you'll see a fun alternative to the FOIL method. Learn how to set up a tic-tac-toe grid and use it to find the product of two polynomials!
Sometimes you'll see a number with an exponent raised to another exponent, and the first time you see it, you probably think it's a typo! But it's not a typo, it's a real thing, and there's a really nice trick for making it simpler that you'll see in the video.
If you learn about algebra, then you'll see monomials everywhere! Watch this tutorial and learn what makes a monomial, and what does not.
There's a great trick for raising a product of two number to an exponent, and this tutorial shows you exactly that trick works.
Taking a monomial to a power isn't so hard, especially if you watch this tutorial about the power of a monomial rule!
Working with exponents can be lots of fun, as long as you understand how they work. In this tutorial you'll see how exponents add when you divide the same number raised to different exponents!
A lot of people get a little uneasy when they see 0, especially when that 0 is the exponent in some expression. After all, there seem to be so many rules about 0, and so many special cases where you're not allowed to do something. Well it turns out that a zero in the exponent is one of the best things that you can have, because it makes the expression really easy to figure out. Watch this tutorial, and next time you see 0 in the exponent, you'll know exactly what to do!
Do you ever panic when you see a negative number in the exponent of some mathematical expression? Well if you do, then panic no more! This tutorial will help you overcome your fear, and will help you understand what negative exponents actually mean :)
Sometimes a number is so big (or so small), that it takes a while to write it all down. Luckily, this number can be written quicker using scientific notation! Watch this tutorial and learn about scientific notation.
To find the greatest common factor (GCF) between numbers, take each number and write its prime factorization. Then, identify the factors common to each number and multiply those common factors together. Bam! The GCF! To see an example worked out, check out this tutorial!
To find the greatest common factor (GCF) between monomials, take each monomial and write it's prime factorization. Then, identify the factors common to each monomial and multiply those common factors together. Bam! The GCF! To see an example worked out, check out this tutorial!
To find the greatest common factor (GCF) between numbers, take each number and write it's prime factorization. Then, identify the factors common to each number and multiply those common factors together. What? There are NO factors in common? Then the GCF is 1. This tutorial gives you one such example. Check it out!
In this tutorial, follow along as a monomial is written in factored form. This is information may come in handy if you ever need to simplify an expression involving monomials. Better check it out!
Constants are parts of algebraic expressions that don't change. Check out this tutorial to see exactly what a constant looks like and why it doesn't change.
In order for a polynomial to be in standard form, two rules must be met. Learn about the standard form of a polynomial by watching this tutorial!
To write the prime factorization for a number, it's often useful to use something called a factor tree. Follow along with this tutorial and see how to use a factor tree to find the prime factorization of a given number.
Polynomials are those expressions that have variables raised to all sorts of powers and multiplied by all types of numbers. When you work with polynomials you need to know a bit of vocabulary, and one of the words you need to feel comfortable with is 'term'. So check out this tutorial, where you'll learn exactly what a 'term' in a polynomial is all about.
If the only factors a number are 1 and itself, then that number is prime. A number that is not prime is called composite. Learn about prime and composite numbers by watching this tutorial!
Terms and polynomials can't run a fever, but they do have degrees! This tutorial will tell you all about the degree of a term and of a polynomial and will show you how to find it!
Anytime you square an integer, the result is a perfect square! The numbers 4, 9, 16, and 25 are just a few perfect squares, but there are infinitely more! Check out this tutorial, and then see if you can find some more perfect squares!
What is the formula for the perimeter of a rectangle? This tutorial shows you how to find that formula!
Ever had someone come up to you on the street, hand you a shape, and ask you to find the perimeter of that shape? Watch this tutorial, and next time that happens you'll be ready!
Why can't you divide by 0? This may be one of the most asked math questions. Get this question answered once and for all by watching this tutorial!
You'll likely to encounter algebraic fractions while learning about algebra, so it would be a good idea to know what they are. In this tutorial, you'll learn what kind of fractions are algebraic fractions. Check it out!
Knowing how to plot ordered pairs is an essential part of graphing functions. In this tutorial, you'll see how to take an ordered pair and plot it on the coordinate plane. Take a look!
Graphing inequalities on the coordinate plane is not as difficult as you might think, especially if you know what to do! In this tutorial, you'll see the steps you need to follow to graph an inequality.
Is the boundary part of the graph of an inequality? Here's a hint: the sign of the inequality holds the answer! Learn how to test and see if the boundary is part of the graph of an inequality by watching this tutorial.
Word problems are a great way to see math in action! This word problem deals with calculating profit after a certain number of years. See how to use a function from the word problem to solve!
Word problems are a great way to see the real world applications of math! In this tutorial, you'll see how to graph multiple inequalities to find the solution. Take a look!
Finding the domain and range of a relation? No problem! Watch this tutorial and learn how to find the domain and range of a relation.
Graphing a function? It would be really helpful if you had a table of values that fit your equation. You could plot those values on a coordinate plane and connect the point to make your graph. See it all in this tutorial!
Trying to figure out if an equation is a linear equation? Well, can you write it in standard form? If you can, then it's a linear equation. See this process in action by watching this tutorial!
How do you figure out if a relation is a function? You could set up the relation as a table of ordered pairs. Then, test to see if each element in the domain is matched with exactly one element in the range. If so, you have a function! Watch this tutorial to see how you can determine if a relation is a function.
Trying to figure out if an equation is a function? Graph it and perform the vertical line test. If it passes, then it's a function! Get some practice by watching this tutorial!
To solve a function for a given value, plug that value into the function and simplify. See this first-hand by watching this tutorial!
Ordered pairs are a fundamental part of graphing. Ordered pairs make up functions on a graph, and very often, you need to plot ordered pairs in order to see what the graph of a function looks like. This tutorial will introduce you to ordered pairs!
The coordinate plane has two axes: the horizontal and vertical axes. These two axes intersect one another at a point called the origin. Learn about the ordered pair that indicates the origin and its location in the coordinate plane by watching this tutorial!
Got a set of ordered pairs? Then you have a relation! This tutorial takes a look at relations!
Did you know that a relation has a domain? The domain of a relation is the set of the first coordinates from the ordered pairs. This tutorial defines the domain of a relation!
Did you know that a relation has a range? The range of a relation is the set of the second coordinates from the ordered pairs. This tutorial defines the range of a relation!
You can't go through algebra without learning about functions. This tutorial shows you a great approach to thinking about functions! Learn the definition of a function and see the different ways functions can be represented. Take a look!
Even graphs need to worry about tests! Using the vertical line test, you can figure out if a graph is a function or not. Watch this tutorial and learn about the vertical line test. Then, put your graphs to the test!
Every see 'f(x)' in your math? That's function notation! It's a way to indicate that an equation is a function. Learn about function notation by watching this tutorial.
You can't graph a function or plot ordered pairs without a coordinate plane! Learn about the coordinate plane by watching this tutorial.
If you graph an inequality on the coordinate plane, you end up creating a boundary. This boundary cuts the coordinate plane in half. In this tutorial, you'll learn about this kind of boundary!
If you graph an inequality on the coordinate plane, you end up creating a boundary that cuts the coordinate plane in half. Each of these halves is called a half-plane. Learn about half-planes by watching this tutorial!
Did you know that there are four quadrants that help make up the coordinate plane? Learn about these quadrants, and what ordered pairs are located in each, by watching this tutorial!
Ordered pairs are a crucial part of graphing, but you need to know how to identify the coordinates in an ordered pair if you're going to plot it on a coordinate plane. In this tutorial, you'll see how to identify the x-coordinate in an ordered pair!
Ordered pairs are a crucial part of graphing, but you need to know how to identify the coordinates in an ordered pair if you're going to plot it on a coordinate plane. In this tutorial, you'll see how to identify the y-coordinate in an ordered pair!
To graph a function or plot an ordered pair, you need to use a coordinate plane, so you should learn all about it! In this tutorial, you'll learn about the x-axis and see where it's located in the coordinate plane.
To graph a function or plot an ordered pair, you need to use a coordinate plane, so you should learn all about it! In this tutorial, you'll learn about the y-axis and see where it's located in the coordinate plane.
The sine ratio is a handy ratio when you're dealing with right triangles! In this tutorial, you'll learn what the sine ratio is and how to use it to find angle measurements in a right triangle.
There are several different ratios you can make from the sides of a right triangle. One of them is the tangent ratio. Watch this tutorial to add the tangent ratio to your right triangle tool box!
If you have a value for a variable in an expression, you can evaluate that expression by plugging in that variable value and simplifying! Follow along with this tutorial to see the entire step-by-step process.
If you have an expression with two variables and you're given the values for those variables, you can plug those values into the expression and simplify to get the answer! This tutorial shows you the steps to plugging variable values into an expression and simplifying.
Learning how to complete a table of values is a building block of math. You can use a table to see a pattern or even make a graph! This tutorial shows you how to complete a table when you're given an expression and multiple values to plug in.
Did you know you can solve an addition problem using the distributive property? This tutorial shows you how to do exactly that!
If you have a repeated multiplication, you could write it using exponents! This tutorial introduces exponents and explains how they're used.
If you have two decimals and you want to know which is larger, you can use a number line to help you compare! Follow along with this tutorial to see how to use a number line to compare decimals.
Front-end estimation can be a great way to approximate a sum. In this tutorial, you'll see how to use front-end estimation to approximate the cost of school supplies!
If you want to compare different types of numbers, start by converting all of them to one type of number! This tutorial shows you an example of this involving fractions and decimals!
The term 'factor' is seen a lot in math, so it's important to know what it means. This tutorial introduces you to that term!
Being able to take out a greatest common factor can make a problem easier to work with, but before you do that, you need to understand what a greatest common factor is. This tutorial explains exactly that!
Are you ever asked to put your fraction answer into simplest form? Wonder what 'simplest form' means? This tutorial explores exactly that! Take a look at what a fraction needs in order to be in simplest form.
If you want to add fractions together, first make sure the fractions have the same denominator. If they do, then just add to numerators together to get the sum of the fractions! Follow along with this tutorial to see this process step-by-step.
To subtract fractions with the same denominators, just subtract the numerators! Follow along with this tutorial to see an example of subtracting fraction with the same denominators.
If you're adding fractions with unlike denominators, you first need to get those denominators to be the same! This tutorial shows you how to write fractions so they have common denominators and then shows you how to add those fractions together.
In order to subtract fractions, they must have the same denominators. To get the same denominators, you can find equivalent fractions! This tutorial shows you how to subtract fractions with unlike denominators.
Patterns are everywhere! In this tutorial, you'll see how to use the pattern in a table to find an answer to a word problem.
Follow along with this tutorial to see an example of determining if two given figures are similar.
Circles can't run a temperature, but they are an important part of degrees! Watch this tutorial to learn what a degree is and how it relates to a circle.
When two roads cross, it's called an intersection! What about if two lines cross? Is that called an intersection too? This tutorial has the answer!
Finding the perimeter of a rectangle is as easy as adding up all its side lengths! This tutorial takes you through the steps needed to find the perimeter of a rectangle.
Area is the amount of space a figure takes up! This tutorial introduces area and explains how we find the area of a figure.
You may know how to calculate the absolute value of a number, but what are you really finding? This tutorial uses a real world example to help you gain a better understanding of absolute value.
How can you use a line graph to make predictions about the future? This tutorial can show you:
Circle graphs are like a crystal ball that can help you predict the future! Let's see how to predict using a circle graph:
Get a better understanding of circle graphs by watching this tutorial:
Want to practice interpreting a bar graph? Check out this tutorial:
A double bar graph is like two graphs in one! Learn all about double bar graphs with this tutorial:
Want to see a line graph? Check out this tutorial! It introduces you to these neat graphs:
Plotting points on the coordinate plane is the foundation of graphing equations! But before you can graph equations, you should be very familiar with the coordinate plane. In this tutorial, you'll see how to identify the ordered pair of a point on the coordinate plane. Plus, see how to figure out which quadrant the point is in!
Plotting points on the coordinate plane is the foundation for graphing equations! Check out this tutorial to get some practice plotting points and identifying which quadrant each point is in.
To figure out if an ordered pair is a solution to an equation, you could perform a test. Identify the x-value in the ordered pair and plug it into the equation. When you simplify, if the y-value you get is the same as the y-value in the ordered pair, then that ordered pair is indeed a solution to the equation. To see this process step-by-step, check out this tutorial!
Combining integers? You could use a number line to help find the answer! In this tutorial, see how to use a number line to add together integers with the same sign and ones with opposite signs. Take a look!
Multiplying integers is just like performing a bunch of additions of the same integer! Check out this tutorial and see how much multiplying and repeated addition have in common.
When you have a relation given as a table of x-values and y-values, it can sometimes be helpful to graph those points in order to get a visual representation of the relation. This tutorial will show you how to take values from a table and plot them on the coordinate plane!
Subtracting integers? You could use a number line to help find the answer! In this tutorial, see how to use a number line to subtract integers with the same sign and ones with opposite signs. Take a look!
Putting numbers in order can help you better understand how the numbers are related. This tutorial shows you how to put positive and negative temperatures in order using a number line!
Trying to figure out if a negative number is larger than another can be a little tricky. To make things easier, you could use a number line! This tutorial shows you how to use a number line to compare two negative numbers and determine which is larger.
Multiplying together large numbers? No problem! In this tutorial, you'll see how to perform long multiplication to find the answer (without using a calculator!). Take a look!
Turning a word problem into a math problem you can solve can be tricky. Luckily, there's some key words to look out for in a word problem that help tell you what math operation to use! This tutorial shows you some of these key words to look for in a word problem.
Turning a phrase from words to a math problem can be tricky, but practice can make this process easier! In this tutorial, you'll see how to look for key words that can help you translate a phrase into math.
Word problems are just math in disguise! Follow along with this tutorial to get some practice translating a word problem into a mathematical equation. Then, see how to solve that equation and answer the word problem!
One of the challenges of solving a word problem is first turning those words into a math equation you can then use to solve. This tutorial takes you through a word problem and shows you how to translate it into a useable math equation!
Division is a stepping stone of math! In this tutorial, you'll see how cookies can help you find the answer to division problems!
An expression is just a mathematical phrase. In this tutorial, you'll learn about two popular types of expressions: numerical and algebraic expressions. A numerical expression contains numbers and operations. An algebraic expression is almost exactly the same except it also contains variables. Check out this tutorial to learn about these two popular kinds of expressions!
If you ever plug a value in for a variable into an expression or equation, you're using the Substitution Property of Equality. This property allows you to substitute quantities for each other into an expression as long as those quantities are equal. Watch this tutorial to learn about this useful property!
When you're combining numbers, there are some helpful rules to make that process a little easier. This tutorial shows you the rules for using absolute values to combine integers with the same sign or with opposite signs. Take a look!
Have you ever combined two numbers together and found their sum to be zero? When that happens, those numbers are called additive inverses of each other! In this tutorial, you'll learn the definition for additive inverse and see examples of how to find the additive inverse of a given value.
Positive and negative numbers (and zero!) are the building blocks of math. This tutorial will introduce you to positive and negative numbers and show you their location on a number line. Plus, learn a special thing about the number zero!
A number line is a way we can visually represent numbers. This tutorial gives you a great introduction to the number line and shows you how to graph numbers on the number line in order to compare them. Check it out!
Variables are a big part of algebra, so it's good to be comfortable working with them! In this tutorial, you'll see how to combine variables that are alike.
Becoming a pro at solving equations takes practice! Follow along with this tutorial to see an example of solving an equation for a variable.
If you work with variables, you need to know how to add like variables together. This tutorial shows you exactly that! Follow along and see how to add like terms together.
Subtracting like terms is a lot like subtracting numbers! This tutorial shows you how to perform subtractions with like terms.
Did you know that addition is the opposite of subtraction and that division is the opposite of multiplication? In fact, these opposite operations will undo each other! These types of operations are called inverse operations. Get a great look at inverse operations with this tutorial!
In order to tackle the challenging topics, you first need to know the basics. Equations are the start of some very fun and challenging math problems. Watch this tutorial to learn about equations!
When you get an equation, usually you want to solve it and find the answer. This tutorial explains what it means to find the solution to an equation. Take a look!
If you're not sure if a value is a solution to an inequality, you an always plug it in and see. This tutorial shows you how to determine if a value is a solution to an inequality.
The weatherman said it's going to be 15 degrees Celsius tomorrow. Do you need a coat or not? Knowing the temperature in Fahrenheit might help. This tutorial shows you how to perform that conversion!
Did you know that many countries use Celsius to talk about temperature? When you have a temperature in Fahrenheit, it's helpful to know what that temperature is in Celsius. This tutorial shows you how to perform that conversion!
Looking for practice finding the least common multiple (LCM)? Then be sure to check out this tutorial! Follow along with this tutorial as it goes through the process of listing multiples of given numbers and identifying the smallest of these multiples in order to find the LCM. Take a look!
Looking for practice finding the least common multiple (LCM)? Then be sure to check out this tutorial! Follow along with this tutorial as it goes through the process of using a factor tree for each given number in order to help find the LCM.
Ordering fractions from least to greatest? Don't have common denominators? You could find the least common denominator (LCD) of the fractions and write equivalent fractions with this LCD. Then, compare the numerators to figure out their order from least to greatest! This tutorial shows you how!
Looking for practice finding the least common multiple (LCM) of monomials? Then be sure to check out this tutorial! Follow along with this tutorial as it goes through the process of using prime factorization to help find the LCM. Check it out!
Exponential form is a quick way to show that a number should be multiplied by itself a certain number of times. In this tutorial, see how to write a repeated multiplication in exponential form!
Want some practice simplifying algebraic fractions? Then check out this tutorial! In this tutorial, you'll see how to completely factor the numerator and denominator and then cancel common factors in order to simplify. Take a look!
Did you know that exponents are just a quick way to show repeated multiplication? In this tutorial, see how to expand out a value in exponential form to see what it really represents!
Need to plug in a variable value into an expression? Great! Does the expression have an exponent in it? Even better! Follow along with this tutorial as you see how to simplify an expression for a given variable value.
Exponents just indicate repeated multiplication. Watch this tutorial to see how you can evaluate an exponent by first writing it in expanded form. Take a look!
Learning about divisibility? Take a look at this tutorial! You'll see how to test if a number is divisible by 2, 3, 5, 6, and 10 using some cool tricks!
Trying to find all the factors of a number? Setting up a table can be really helpful! Check out this tutorial to see how to use a table to find all the factors of a given number.
The greatest common factor (GCF) is the largest factor two or more numbers have in common. Finding the GCF can be very useful in simplifying an expression or solving an equation. In this tutorial, see how to identify the GCF of an expression and factor it out. Check it out!
The greatest common factor (GCF) is the largest factor two or more numbers have in common. Finding the GCF can be very useful in simplifying an expression or solving an equation. Watch this tutorial and learn what it takes to find the GCF of two numbers!
Ordering fractions from least to greatest? Don't have common denominators? Find a common denominator by multiplying the denominators together. Use that common denominator to create equivalent fractions. Then, compare the numerators to figure out which is bigger! This tutorial shows you how!
Trying to order numbers in scientific notation? This tutorial provides a great example of that! Check it out:
What is the product of powers? Follow along with this tutorial to learn about what the product of powers is and how to use it!
The quotient of powers rule can be very useful when you're simplifying with numbers. Follow along to learn more about this handy rule!
When you have a number raised to a power and then THAT is raised to a power, simplifying things may be easier than you think. Follow along with this tutorial and see!
The power of a product rule can be a very handy tool when you're simplifying an expression. This tutorial introduces you to this rule and shows you how to use it.
The power of a quotient rule is just one of many tools that can help you simplify an expression. Learn more about it with this tutorial.
Being able to find multiples of a number is important, especially if you want to find the least common multiple (LCM) between numbers. In this tutorial, you'll be introduced to the term multiple. You'll also see how to find multiples of a given number!
Sometimes terms in math do a pretty good job of describing the thing they name. This is the case with common multiple and least common multiple (LCM). A common multiple is a multiple that two or more numbers have in common. You can probably guess what a least common multiple is! To get more information about these terms, check out this tutorial!
Finding equivalent fractions is an important part of things like adding, subtracting, and comparing fractions. But what are they? In this tutorial, you'll learn that equivalent fractions are just fractions that have the same value, even though they may look very different! Take a look at equivalent fractions by watching this tutorial!
Learning about divisibility? Then you should check out this tutorial! You'll learn some neat rules for figuring out if a number is divisible by 2, 3, 5, 6, and 10. Take a look; you'll be glad you did!
Divisibility is an important part of math. When you're finding the factors of a number, you need to figure out what numbers you number is divisible by. Take a look at this tutorial and learn about divisibility!
This tutorial helps you practice with negative powers of 10.
Looking for practice solving equations containing fractions? Then check out this tutorial! Follow along and see how to subtract fractions with common denominators in order to solve an equation for a variable.
Looking for practice solving equations containing fractions? Then check out this tutorial! Follow along and see how to add fractions with common denominators in order to solve an equation for a variable.
Looking for practice solving equations containing fractions? In this tutorial, you'll see how to first convert a mixed fraction to an improper fraction and then subtract fractions with unlike denominators in order to solve an equation. Be sure to check you answers so you KNOW it's correct!
Looking for practice solving equations containing fractions? In this tutorial, see how to add fractions with unlike denominators in order to solve an equation. Then, be sure to check you answers so you KNOW it's correct!
Want to see how to solve an equation containing decimals? Then check out this tutorial! You'll see how to subtract decimals in order to solve an equation for a variable. Then, see how to check your answer so you can be certain it's correct!
Want to see how to solve an equation containing decimals? Then check out this tutorial! You'll see how to add decimals in order to solve an equation for a variable. Then, see how to check your answer so you can be certain it's correct!
Dividing decimals? Then this tutorial is a must see! Follow along and learn how you can divide decimals by rewriting the problem as a fraction and then using long division to solve. Check it out!
Want to see how to solve an equation containing decimals? Then check out this tutorial! You'll see how to divide decimals in order to solve an equation for a variable. Then, see how to check your answer so you can be certain it's correct!
Want to see how to solve an equation containing decimals? Then check out this tutorial! You'll see how to multiply decimals in order to solve an equation for a variable. Then, see how to check your answer so you can be certain it's correct!
To solve an inequality containing decimals for a variable, focus on isolating that variable on one side of the inequality. In this tutorial, you'll see how to subtract decimals in order to isolate the variable and find the answer to the inequality!
To solve an inequality containing decimals for a variable, focus on isolating that variable on one side of the inequality. In this tutorial, you'll see how to add decimals in order to isolate the variable and find the answer to the inequality!
To solve an inequality containing decimals for a variable, focus on isolating that variable on one side of the inequality. In this tutorial, you'll see how to divide decimals in order to isolate the variable and find the answer to the inequality. Just be sure to follow the division property of inequality!
To solve an inequality containing fractions, focus on isolating the variable on one side of the inequality. In this tutorial, you'll see how to subtract fractions with unlike denominators in order to isolate the variable and find the answer to the inequality!
To solve an inequality containing fractions, focus on isolating the variable on one side of the inequality. In this tutorial, you'll see how to add fractions with unlike denominators in order to isolate the variable and find the answer to the inequality!
To solve an inequality containing decimals for a variable, focus on isolating that variable on one side of the inequality. In this tutorial, you'll see how to divide decimals in order to isolate the variable and find the answer to the inequality. Just be sure to follow the division property of inequality!
Adding mixed fractions? If they have common denominators, then you can add the whole numbers and fractions separately. In this tutorial, take a look at adding together mixed fractions!
Subtracting mixed fractions? If they have common denominators, then you can subtract the whole numbers and fractions separately. In this tutorial, take a look at subtracting mixed fractions!
Adding mixed fractions? You could first convert each to an improper fraction. If they have common denominators, then you could add the fractions together, simplify, and convert the answer back to a mixed fraction. In this tutorial, take a look at adding together mixed fractions!
Adding mixed fractions? You could first convert each to an improper fraction. If they don't have common denominators, then find a common denominator and use it to rewrite each fraction. Then, add the fractions together and simplify. In this tutorial, take a look at adding together mixed fractions with unlike denominators!
Subtracting mixed fractions with unlike denominators? You could first find a common denominator and use it to rewrite each fraction. Then, subtract the whole numbers and fractions separately. In this tutorial, take a look at subtracting mixed fractions with unlike denominators!
Subtracting mixed fractions? You could first convert each to an improper fraction. If they don't have common denominators, then find a common denominator and use it to rewrite each fraction. Then, subtract the fractions and simplify. In this tutorial, take a look at subtracting mixed fractions with unlike denominators!
To multiply mixed fractions together, you could first convert each to an improper fraction. Then, multiply the fractions together, simplify, and convert your answer back to a mixed fraction. This tutorial will show you how!
Dividing fractions? Change that division to a multiplication by multiplying the dividend by the reciprocal of the divisor. Learn all about it by watching this tutorial!
To divide mixed fractions, you could first convert each to an improper fraction. Then, switch to a multiplication problem by multiply by the reciprocal of the divisor. Simplify and convert your answer back to a mixed fraction to get your answer! This tutorial will show you how!
Sometimes, decimals are so long that you need a way to estimate the value of the decimal. Other times, you may only need a certain amount of exactness to get your answer. This is where rounding decimals to a chosen place can be very helpful! Watch this tutorial to learn how to round a decimal to a chosen place.
Did you know that a fraction just represents a division? To turn a fraction into a decimal, divide the numerator by the denominator. In this tutorial, see how to convert a fraction into the terminating decimal it represents.
If you have a terminating decimal, you can rewrite it as a fraction! Check out this tutorial to learn how to convert a terminating decimal into a fraction.
Did you know that a fraction just represents a division? To turn a fraction into a decimal, divide the numerator by the denominator. In this tutorial, see how to convert a fraction into the repeating decimal it represents.
Comparing fractions with unlike denominators? You could convert each fraction to a decimal and compare the decimals on a number line. Check out this tutorial to see how you can compare fractions with unlike denominators!
Ordering numbers from least to greatest? Are the numbers in different forms? To make comparing easier, convert all the numbers to decimals. Then, plot those decimals on a number line and compare them! This tutorial shows you how!
Sometimes you don't need to find an exact answer to a problem, and an approximation will work just fine. In this tutorial, see how to estimate the quotient of a division problem by first finding compatible numbers. Take a look!
If you have a repeating decimal, you can rewrite it as a fraction! Check out this tutorial to learn how to convert a repeating decimal into a fraction.
Any integer can be written as a fraction! Just put that integer as the numerator of a fraction with a denominator of 1. Watch this tutorial to see how it's done!
Did you know numbers have place values? This tutorial introduces you to the term place value and shows you some of the most seen place values. Take a look!
A terminating decimal is a decimal that ends. It's a decimal with a finite number of digits. Did you know that all terminating decimals can be rewritten as fractions? Watch this tutorial to learn about terminating decimals and see some examples!
A repeating decimal is a decimal that has a digit, or a block of digits, that repeat over and over and over again without ever ending. Did you know that all repeating decimals can be rewritten as fractions? To make these kinds of decimals easier to write, there's a special notation you can use! Learn about repeating decimals in this tutorial.
Ratios are used to compare numbers. When you're working with ratios, it's sometimes easier to work with an equivalent ratio. Equivalent ratios have different numbers but represent the same relationship. In this tutorial, you'll see how to find equivalent ratios by first writing the given ratio as a fraction. Take a look!
Ratios are proportional if they represent the same relationship. One way to see if two ratios are proportional is to write them as fractions and then reduce them. If the reduced fractions are the same, your ratios are proportional. To see this process in action, check out this tutorial!
Sometimes the hardest part of a word problem is figuring out how to turn the words into a math problem. In this tutorial, you'll see how to take the information given in a word problem and write a ratio. Then, reduce the ratio and explain its meaning. See it all in this tutorial!
Word problems allow you to see the real world uses of math! This tutorial shows you how to use ratios to figure out which store has a better deal on cupcakes. Take a look!
Word problems are a great way to see math in action! In this tutorial, learn how to use the information given in a word problem to create a rate. Then, find and use a conversion factor to convert a unit in the rate. Take a look!
Word problems are a great way to see math in action! In this tutorial, learn how to use the information given in a word problem to create a rate. Then, find and use conversion factors to convert the rate to different units!
Trying to figure out if two ratios are proportional? If they're in fraction form, set them equal to each other to test if they are proportional. Cross multiply and simplify. If you get a true statement, then the ratios are proportional! This tutorial gives you a great example!
Trying to find a missing value in order to create a proportion with two ratios? Take the ratios in fraction form and identify their relationship. Use that relationship to find your missing value. This tutorial will show you how!
To see if multiple ratios are proportional, you could write them as fractions, reduce them, and compare them. If the reduced fractions are all the same, then you have proportional ratios. To see this process step-by-step, check out this tutorial!
Trying to find a missing value in a ratio to create proportional ratios? You could use the multiplication property of equality! In this tutorial, see how to use this property to find a missing value in a ratio. Take a look!
Looking at similar figures? Want to find a missing measurement on one of the figures? You could use a scale factor to solve! In this tutorial, learn how to create a ratio of corresponding sides with known length and use the ratio to find the scale factor. Then, write an equation using the scale factor to find your missing measurement!
Have similar figures? Want to find the scale factor? Then check out this tutorial! You'll see how to use measurements from similar figures to create a ratio and find the scale factor.
Dilation allows you to shrink or enlarge the size of a figure without changing its shape. In this tutorial, follow along as you see how dilate a figure by a given scale factor. Check it out!
This tutorial provides a great real world application of math! You'll see how to use the scale on a house blueprint to find the scale factor. Then, see how to use the scale factor and a measurement from the blueprint to find the measurement on the actual house! Check out this tutorial and see the usefulness blueprints and scale factor!
Want some practice with scale? Then check out this tutorial and you'll see how to find the scale of a model given the lengths of the model and the actual object. Take a look!
Maps help us get from one place to another. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to use a map to find an actual distance.
Before tall sky scrapers are build, a scale model of the building is made, but how does the architect know what size the model should be? Follow along with this tutorial to find out!
This tutorial shows you how to use a ratio to create equivalent ratios. Then, use a multiplier to find a missing value and solve the word problem. Take a look!
The world is full of different units of measure, and it's important to know how to convert from one unit to another. This tutorial shows you how to convert from miles to kilometers. Check it out!
Equivalent ratios are just like equivalent fractions. If two ratios have the same value, then they are equivalent, even though they may look very different! In this tutorial, take a look at equivalent ratios and learn how to tell if you have equivalent ratios.
If youâ€™re solving a math problem or word problem that contains units, you need to remember to include your units in your answer. By using dimensional analysis or unit analysis, you can include those units as you solve! Watch this tutorial and take a look at dimensional analysis!
When someone's eyes dilate, their pupils get bigger or smaller, but they always stay the same shape. Dilation in math is very similar. When you dilate a figure, you change the size of the figure without changing its shape. This tutorial introduces you to dilation. Take a look!
In math, the term scale is used to represent the relationship between a measurement on a model and the corresponding measurement on the actual object. Without scales, maps and blueprints would be pretty useless. Check out this tutorial and learn about scale factor!
Ordering numbers from least to greatest? Are the numbers in different forms? To make comparing easier, convert all the numbers to decimals. Then, plot those decimals on a number line and compare them! This tutorial shows you how!
Looking for some practice converting percents to fractions? Then this tutorial was made for you! Follow along as this tutorial shows you how to convert a percent to a fraction. Then, reduce the fraction to put it in simplest form. Check it out!
Looking for some practice converting fractions to percents? Then this tutorial was made for you! Follow along as this tutorial shows you how to convert a fraction to a percent.Take a look!
Converting decimals into percents is easier than you may think! To convert a decimal to a percent, just move the decimal point to places to the right and put a percent sign at the end! To see it done, check out this tutorial!
Taking a percent of a number? Trying to figure out the result? Use a percent proportion to solve! This tutorial will show you how!
Taking a percent of a number? Trying to figure out the result? Use a percent equation to solve! This tutorial will show you how!
If you already have a bank account or if you plan to have one in the future, then this tutorial is a must see! Follow along as this tutorial goes through a word problem involving compound interest.
The price of items is always changing. You've probably went to the store to buy an item and found that its price has been marked up. In this tutorial, learn how to figure out the new price of an item that was marked up. Take a look!
Word problems are a great way to see the real world applications of math! In this tutorial, you'll see how the percent of change can be found from the information given in a word problem. Check it out!
Some fractions are seen so often in math that it can be helpful to know the percent that goes with it. This tutorial shows you some common percent-fraction relationships!
If you're trying to find the percent of a number, it may be helpful to use compatible numbers to find an estimated answer. Follow along with this tutorial to see how to use compatible numbers to estimate the percent of a number!
If you're finding the percent of a number and that percent is a power of 10, there's a trick to quickly find the answer! This tutorial explains how to calculate percents that are powers of 10.
Taking a percent of a number? Percent equations can be very helpful in solving such a problem, but what are percent equations? Watch this tutorial to learn about percent equations!
Things like bank accounts, loans, investments, and mortgages are a part of life, and almost always, interest is involved. Sometimes, you need to deal with compound interest, so it would be good to know the formula for it! In this tutorial, you'll see the formula for compound interest. Take a look!
When you're dealing with graphs, it's often important to identify the x-intercept and y-intercept. In this tutorial, you'll see how to find the x-intercept and y-intercept of a line. Take a look!
To graph a linear equation, you could make a table of values to plot, but first you'll need to know how to make the table. Take a look at this tutorial! You'll see how to set up a table, choose appropriate x-values, plug those values into the equation, and simplify to get the respective y-values. This tutorial shows you how to set up a table of values for a linear equation!
The rate of change is a rate that describes how one quantity changes in relation to another quantity. In this tutorial, practice finding the rate of change using a graph. Check it out!
The rate of change is a rate that describes how one quantity changes in relation to another quantity. This tutorial shows you how to use the information given in a table to find the rate of change between the values in the table. Take a look!
Working with the graph of a line? Trying to find the equation for that graph? Just pick two points on the line and use them to find the equation. This tutorial shows you how to take two points on the graph of a line and use them to find the slope-intercept form of the line!
Looking at a table of values that represents a linear equation? Want to find that equation? Then check out this tutorial! You'll see how to use values from a table to find the slope-intercept form of the line described in the table.
Looking at a table of values that represents a linear equation? Want to find that equation? Then check out this tutorial! You'll see how to use values from a table and the point-slope form of a line to find the slope-intercept form of the line described in the table.
Looking at a graph of parallel lines? Got the equation of one of the lines? Want to find the slope of the other line? No problem! Just remember that parallel lines have the same slope! Use the given equation to find the slope of the first line and since the lines are parallel, that's the slope of the second line! To see an example, check out this tutorial.
To see if an ordered pair is a solution to an inequality, plug it into the inequality and simplify. If you get a true statement, then the ordered pair is a solution to the inequality. If you get a false statement, then the ordered pair is not a solution. Take a look at this tutorial and learn how to determine if an ordered pair is a solution to an inequality!
Scatter plots are a very useful way to help you visually see data. In this tutorial, you'll see how to take data from a table and plot it to create a scatter plot. Take a look!
Scatter plots are a great way to see data visually. They can also help you predict values! Follow along as this tutorial shows you how to draw a line of fit on a scatter plot and find the equation of that line in order to make a prediction based on the data already given!
If you're learning about graphs, you're bound to see a bunch of linear equations, so it's a good idea to understand what makes an equation a linear equation. This tutorial explains linear equations and shows you the difference between equations that are linear and ones that are not. Check it out!
Trying to describe the how something changes in relation to something else? Use rate of change! In this tutorial, learn about rate of change and see the difference between positive and negative rates of change!
A linear inequality is almost the same as a linear equation, except the equals sign is replaced with an inequality symbol. You'll find that a little more effort is needed to solve and graph a linear inequality, but it's nothing you can't handle! Check out this tutorial and get introduced to linear inequalities!
If two angles are complementary, that means that they add up to 90 degrees. This is very useful knowledge if you have a figure with complementary angles and you know the measurement of one of those angles. In this tutorial, see how to use what you know about complementary angles to find a missing angle measurement!
If angles combine to form a straight angle, then those angles are called supplementary. In this tutorial, you'll see how to use your knowledge of supplementary angles to set up an equation and solve for a missing angle measurement. Take a look!
Got a figure with four sides? Then you have a quadrilateral! But there are many special types of quadrilateral. Follow along as this tutorial shows you how to figure out the possible names for a given quadrilateral!
Trying to figure out the measurements of the exterior angles of a polygon? Got the interior angle measurements? If so, then you can set up equations using those interior angles and solve to find you exterior angles. This tutorial shows you how!
Looking for the missing measurements of exterior angles in a polygon? If you already have the other exterior angle measurements, you can use those to help you find your missing measurements! How? Remember, the sum of the exterior angles of ANY polygon is always 360 degrees. Check out this tutorial and see how to use this knowledge to find those missing measurements!
Reflecting a figure over the y-axis can be a little tricky, unless you have a plan. In this tutorial, see how to use the graph of a figure to perform the reflection. Check it out!
Want to see how to reflect a figure over the x-axis? Then this tutorial was made for you! In this tutorial, you'll see how to use coordinates from the original figure to reflect the figure over the x-axis. Take a look!
Want to see how to reflect a figure over the y-axis? Then this tutorial was made for you! In this tutorial, you'll see how to use coordinates from the original figure to reflect the figure over the y-axis. Take a look!
Reflecting a figure over the x-axis can be a little tricky, unless you have a plan. In this tutorial, see how to use the graph of a figure to perform the reflection. Check it out!
Being able to classify triangles is an important skill. If you know what kind of triangle you're looking at, it's much easier to figure out how to solve for various sides and angles. Practice classifying triangles with this tutorial!
Trying to find a missing interior angle measurement in a triangle? Already know the other two interior angle measurements? Then you're set! Just remember that the interior angles of a triangle ALWAYS add up to 180 degrees. This tutorial shows you how to put this knowledge into an equation and solve to find that missing measurement!
Trying to find a missing interior angle measurement in a triangle? See if you're working with a special type of triangle such as an equilateral or isosceles triangle. If you are, that knowledge can help you. In this tutorial, see how identifying your triangle first can be very helpful in solving for that missing measurement. Take a look!
Looking for the measurements of the interior angles of a given triangle? The Triangle Sum theorem might help. This theorem states that the interior angles of a triangle ALWAYS add up to 180 degrees! This tutorial shows you how to use that information to find those interior angle measurements.
Looking for the measurements of the interior angles of a triangle? Then check out this tutorial! You'll see how to use a given ratio of the interior angles and the Triangle Sum theorem to find those missing measurements. Take a look!
Trying to figure out the measurements of the interior angles of a polygon? Then check out this tutorial! This tutorial shows you how to create an equation and solve it to find those missing measurements. Take a look!
Trying to figure out the measurements of the interior angles of a polygon? Then check out this tutorial! This tutorial shows you how to create an equation and solve it to find those missing measurements. Take a look!
When you have two congruent figures, that means that corresponding sides and corresponding angles are congruent. Get some practice identifying corresponding sides and angles by following along with this tutorial!
Trying to find a missing interior angle measurement in a triangle? See if you're working with a special type of triangle such as an equilateral or isosceles triangle. If you are, that knowledge can help you. In this tutorial, see how identifying your triangle first can be very helpful in solving for that missing measurement. Take a look!
Trying to find a missing interior angle measurement in a triangle? See if you're working with a special type of triangle such as an equilateral or isosceles triangle. If you are, that knowledge can help you. In this tutorial, see how identifying your triangle first can be very helpful in solving for that missing measurement. Take a look!
Got a diagram of a transversal intersecting parallel lines? Trying to figure out all the angle measurements? Take a look at this tutorial, and you'll see how find all the missing angle measurements by identifying vertical, corresponding, adjacent, and alternate exterior angles!
Got a transversal intersecting two lines? Trying to figure out if those lines are parallel? You could test to see if corresponding angles are congruent. This tutorial shows you how!
Learning how to find missing angle measurements is a very useful skill. In this tutorial, get some practice finding missing angle measurements by first creating an equation. Take a look!
Rotating a figure about the origin can be a little tricky, but this tutorial can help! This tutorial shows you how to rotate coordinates from the original figure about the origin. Then, simply connect the points to create the new figure. See this process in action by watching this tutorial!
Rotating a figure about the origin can be a little tricky, but this tutorial can help! This tutorial shows you how to rotate coordinates from the original figure about the origin. Then, simply connect the points to create the new figure. See this process in action by watching this tutorial!
Rotating a figure about the origin can be a little tricky, but this tutorial can help! This tutorial shows you how to rotate coordinates from the original figure about the origin. Then, simply connect the points to create the new figure. See this process in action by watching this tutorial!
Translating a figure on the coordinate plane is easier than you might think! In this tutorial, see how to use the graph of the original figure to perform the translation. Take a look!
Translating a figure on the coordinate plane is easier than you might think! In this tutorial, see how to use the graph of the original figure to perform the translation. Take a look!
Performing multiple translations on the graph of a figure is easier than you might think! In this tutorial, see how to use the graph of the original figure to perform each translation in order to get the graph of the new figure. Check it out!
Translating a figure on the coordinate plane is easier than you might think! This tutorial shows you how to translate coordinates from the original figure. Then, simply connect the points to create your new figure. This tutorial shows you how!
Translating a figure on the coordinate plane is easier than you might think! This tutorial shows you how to translate coordinates from the original figure. Then, simply connect the points to create your new figure. This tutorial shows you how!
A rectangle is one of the many fundamental shapes you'll see in math. Rectangles have special properties that can be very useful in helping you solve a problem. This tutorial introduces you to rectangles and explains their interesting qualities!
You can't learn everything about math without dealing with triangles. Did you know that there are different types of triangles? Check out this tutorial, and learn about triangles and their different types!
A parallelogram is a special type of quadrilateral with some special properties. In this tutorial, take a look at parallelograms and learn what kinds of quadrilaterals can also be called parallelograms!
A trapezoid is a special type of quadrilateral with some special properties. This tutorial introduces you to trapezoids and gives you a look at the special properties needed for a quadrilateral to be called a trapezoid. Check it out!
A point is a fundamental building block of math. Without points, you couldn't make lines, planes, angles, or polygons. That also means that graphing would be impossible. Needless to say, learning about points is very important! That makes this tutorial a must see!
You can't learn everything about math without seeing planes. Did you know that there are rules for naming a plane? This tutorial introduces you to planes and shows you how to name them. Take a look!
A math term can really tell you a lot about the thing it's describing. Take the term line segment. A line segment is just part of a line! In this tutorial, learn about line segments, how to name them, and what the midpoint of a line segment is!
Rays are a very useful part of math. Two rays can create an angle. Multiple angles can create a polygon. Add another dimension, and you get three-dimensional solids! This tutorial introduces you to rays and shows you how to name them.
Angles are a fundamental building block for creating all sorts of shapes! In this tutorial, learn about how an angle is formed, how to name an angle, and how an angle is measured. Take a look!
Got a closed figure with three or more sides? Then you have a polygon! In this tutorial, you'll learn about the properties of a polygon, see the names of the most popular polygons, and learn how to identify polygons. Check it out!
Did you know that there are different kinds of angles? Knowing how to identify these angles is an important part of solving many problems involving angles. Check out this tutorial and learn about the different kinds of angles!
Do complementary angles always have something nice to say? Maybe. One thing complementary angles always do is add up to 90 degrees. In this tutorial, learn about complementary angles and see how to use this knowledge to solve a problem involving these special types of angles!
Knowing about supplementary angles can be very useful in solving for missing angle measurements. This tutorial introduces you to supplementary angles and shows you how to use them to solve for a missing angle measurement. Take a look!
Vertical angles have a very special quality. They are always congruent to one another! Check out this tutorial to learn about and see how to identify vertical angles!
If two figures have the same size and shape, then they are congruent. The term congruent is often used to describe figures like this. In this tutorial, take a look at the term congruent!
Lines that are parallel have a very special quality. Without this quality, these lines are not parallel. In this tutorial, take a look at parallel lines and see how they are different from any other kind of lines!
Perpendicular lines have a special property. The angles formed by perpendicular lines will always be the same. Check out this tutorial to learn about perpendicular lines and see a cool trick involving these special lines!
Ever heard of skew lines? They're pretty cool! Take a look at this tutorial and you'll be introduced to skew lines.
Ever heard of a transversal? It's not as confusing as the term sounds. This tutorial will introduce you to transversals and show you the neat things that happen when a transversal meets two parallel lines. Take a look!
Did you know that there are different kinds of triangles? Knowing how to identify these triangles is an important part of solving many problems involving these triangles. Check out this tutorial and learn about some of the different kinds of triangles!
The term quadrilateral is a really fancy sounding name for a certain kind of polygon. Did you know that there are special types of quadrilaterals? Watch this tutorial to learn about quadrilaterals and their special types.
A square is one of the many fundamental shapes youâ€™ll see in math. Squares have special properties that can be very useful in helping you solve a problem. This tutorial introduces you to squares and explains their interesting qualities!
A rhombus is a special kind of quadrilateral. Knowing about the special properties of a rhombus is important to identifying and using these special polygons. This tutorial introduces you to the rhombus and explains its unique qualities. Take a look!
Sometimes a math term can really tell you a lot about the thing it's describing. Think about the terms interior angle and exterior angle. Can you guess where each is located on a polygon? Take a look at this tutorial to find the answer and learn about interior and exterior angles!
Polygons come in all different shapes and sizes. Some polygons have special properties that allow them to be called regular polygons. In this tutorial, you'll see what it takes for a polygon to be given this special name. Check it out!
Did you know that there are different kinds of triangles? Knowing how to identify these triangles is an important part of solving many problems involving these triangles. Check out this tutorial and learn about some of the different kinds of triangles!
When you look in the mirror, you see your reflection. In math, you can create mirror images of figures by reflecting them over a given line. This tutorial introduces you to reflections and shows you some examples of reflections. Take a look!
Ever turned a door handle? You were performing a rotation! In math, rotations are just the same! Check out this tutorial to learn about rotations.
Ever slide something across a table? If so, then you have performed a translation! In this tutorial, learn the definition of translation and see some really neat examples. Take a look!
Just about everything in math has a name! Did you know that the line you reflect a figure over has a special name? It's called the line of reflection! Watch this tutorial and learn about the line of reflection.
Transformations can be really fun! They allow you to change or move a figure. In this tutorial, learn about all the different kinds of transformations!
Just about everything in math has a name! Did you know that when you're dealing with transformations, the new figure you get is called an image? Check out this tutorial and learn about this math term!
The term tessellation can seem pretty scary, but tessellations are really cool! Youâ€™ve probably seen tons of tessellations before without even knowing it! In this tutorial, youâ€™ll learn about tessellations and see some of their interesting qualities.
Ever notice that some shapes look the same after you rotate them? These shapes have a property called rotational symmetry! Check out this tutorial to learn more.
Get to know translations better with this tutorial. You'll learn what properties stay the same and what changes when you translate a figure.
Polygons have all kinds of neat properties! For example, if you know the number of sides of a polygon, you can figure out the sum of the interior angles. That knowledge can be very useful when you're solving for a missing interior angle measurement. Check out this tutorial to learn how to find the sum of the interior angles of a polygon!
When you're dealing with triangles, the Triangle Sum theorem can be very useful in finding interior angle measurements. In this tutorial, learn how to find this helpful theorem!
Did you know that the interior angles of an equilateral triangle will always measure the same, no matter the size of the equilateral triangle? In this tutorial, you'll see how to find the measurements of the interior angles of an equilateral triangle. Take a look!
A trigonometric ratio is a ratio between two sides of a right triangle. The sine ratio is just one of these ratios. In this tutorial, you'll see how to find the sine of a particular angle in a right triangle. Take a look!
A trigonometric ratio is a ratio between two sides of a right triangle. The cosine ratio is just one of these ratios. In this tutorial, you'll see how to find the cosine of a particular angle in a right triangle. Take a look!
A trigonometric ratio is a ratio between two sides of a right triangle. The tangent ratio is just one of these ratios. In this tutorial, you'll see how to find the tangent of a particular angle in a right triangle. Take a look!
The sine ratio is not only used to identify a ratio between two sides of a right triangle, but it can also be used to find a missing side length. This tutorial shows you how to use the sine ratio to find that missing measurement!
The cosine ratio is not only used to identify a ratio between two sides of a right triangle, but it can also be used to find a missing side length. This tutorial shows you how to use the cosine ratio to find that missing measurement!
The tangent ratio is not only used to identify a ratio between two sides of a right triangle, but it can also be used to find a missing side length. This tutorial shows you how to use the tangent ratio to find that missing measurement!
Ordering numbers from least to greatest? Are the numbers in different forms? To make comparing easier, convert all the numbers to decimals. Then, plot those decimals on a number line and compare them! This tutorial shows you how!
Looking at a 45-45-90 triangle? Trying to find a missing side length? You could use the Pythagorean theorem, or you could use your knowledge of this special type of triangle to get that missing measurement. In this tutorial, see how to solve for a missing side length by using your knowledge of 45-45-90 triangles to find a scale factor and set up an equation to solve!
Looking at a 30-60-90 triangle? Trying to find a missing side length? You could use the Pythagorean theorem, or you could use your knowledge of this special type of triangle to get that missing measurement. In this tutorial, see how to solve for a missing side length by using your knowledge of 30-60-90 triangles to find a scale factor and set up an equation to solve!
This tutorial provides a great real world application of math. You'll see how to use the tangent ratio to find the height of a hill. Take a look!
A 45-45-90 triangle is a special right triangle with some very special characteristics. If you have a 45-45-90 triangle, you can find a missing side length without using the Pythagorean theorem! Check out this tutorial to learn about 45-45-90 triangles!
A 30-60-90 triangle is a special right triangle with some very special characteristics. If you have a 30-60-90 degree triangle, you can find a missing side length without using the Pythagorean theorem! Check out this tutorial to learn about 30-60-90 triangles!
Trying to figure out a missing side length of a rectangle? Got the perimeter and the other side length? Then you can use that information and the formula for the perimeter of a rectangle to find that missing length! This tutorial will show you how!
To find the area of a rectangle, multiply the length times the width! This tutorial will show you how to find the area of a rectangle. Check it out!
Finding the area of a triangle? Know the length of the base and the height? Then just take those values and plug them into the formula for the area of a triangle and solve! This tutorial shows you how.
Looking for the area of a parallelogram? Got the length of the base and the height? Then plug those values into the formula for the area of a parallelogram and solve. This tutorial takes you through the process!
Want to find the area of a trapezoid? If you have the length of each base and the height, you can use them to find the area. In this tutorial, you'll see how to identify those values and plug them into the formula for the area of a trapezoid. Then see how to simplify to get your answer!
Want to find the height of a triangle? Already know the area and the length of the base? Then you can use the formula for the area of a triangle to find that missing measurement! Check out this tutorial to learn how!
Want to find the length of the base of a parallelogram? Already know the area and the height? Then you can use the formula for the area of a parallelogram to find that missing measurement! Check out this tutorial to learn how!
Want to find the height of a trapezoid? Already know the area and the length of both the bases? Then you can use the formula for the area of a trapezoid to find that missing measurement! Check out this tutorial to see how!
Composite figures are just a combination of simpler figures in disguise! In this tutorial, you'll see how to break down a composite figure into simpler figures. Then, see how to find the area of each of those individual figures to find the area of the entire composite figure. Watch the whole process in this tutorial!
Trying to find the circumference of a circle? Know the diameter? Then you can use the formula for the circumference of a circle to get the answer! Just plug the value for the diameter into the formula and solve. This tutorial shows you how!
Trying to find the circumference of a circle? Know the radius? Then you can use the formula for the circumference of a circle to get the answer! Just plug the value for the radius into the formula and solve. This tutorial shows you how!
Want to find the radius of a circle? Already have the circumference? Then you can use the formula for the circumference of a circle to solve! This tutorial shows you how to use that formula and the given value for the circumference to find the radius. Take a look!
If you know the radius of a circle, you can use it to find the area of that circle. Just plug that value into the formula for the area of a circle and solve. Watch this tutorial to see how it's done!
Want to find the radius of a circle? Already have the area? Then you can use the formula for the area of a circle to solve! This tutorial shows you how to use that formula and the given value for the area to find the radius. Take a look!
If you have the diameter of a circle, you can use it to find the area of that circle. Just plug that value into the formula for the area of a circle and solve. Watch this tutorial to see how it's done!
Trying to find the area of a sector of a circle? Then check out this tutorial! You'll see how to use given information and the formula for the area of a sector to find the answer. Take a look!
The volume of a cylinder is the amount of space that will fit inside it. You can use the formula for the volume of a cylinder to find that amount! In this tutorial, see how to use that formula and the radius and height of the cylinder to find the volume. Check it out!
Want to find the height of a cylinder? Already know the volume of the cylinder and radius of the base? Then, you can use the formula for the volume of a cylinder to find the height! Check out this tutorial to see how!
Finding the volume of a rectangular prism isn't so bad, especially if you already know the length, width, and height. In this tutorial, you'll see how to use that information and the formula for the volume of a rectangular prism to get the answer. Check it out!
Finding the volume of a triangular prism isn't so bad, especially if you already know the length and height of the base and the height of the prism. In this tutorial, you'll see how to use that information and the formula for the volume of a triangular prism to get the answer. Take a look!
Composite figures are just a combination of simpler figures in disguise! In this tutorial, you'll see how to break down a composite figure into simpler figures. Then, see how to find the volume of each of those individual figures to find the volume of the entire composite figure. Watch the whole process in this tutorial!
To find the volume of a cone, you need to plug in the measurement for the height of the cone and the radius of the base into the formula for the volume of a cone. Then simplify to get your answer. This tutorial shows you the entire process step-by-step!
Want to find the volume of a sphere? If you know the radius of the sphere, you can simply plug that value into the formula for the volume of a sphere and simplify! This tutorial shows you how!
If you want to find the volume of a triangular pyramid, you'll need to know the length and height of the base and the height of the pyramid. Once you have those values, you can plug them into the formula for the volume of a triangular pyramid and simplify. Check out this tutorial to see this process!
To find the volume of a rectangular pyramid, you need to know the length and width of the base and the height of the pyramid. Then, take those values, plug them into the formula for the volume of a rectangular pyramid, and simplify to get your answer! Watch this tutorial to see how it's done!
A net is a two-dimensional pattern of a three-dimensional solid. Did you know that there is some strategy involved in using a net to identify the three-dimensional solid it represents? In this tutorial, you'll see how to do just that! Check it out!
The lateral area of a three-dimensional solid is the area of all the lateral faces. In this tutorial, you'll see how to use the dimensions of a rectangular prism to find the lateral area. Take a look!
Want to know how the find the lateral and surface areas of a triangular prism? Then check out this tutorial! You'll see how to apply each formula to the given information to find the lateral area and surface area. Take a look!
Want to know how the find the lateral and surface areas of a cylinder? Then this tutorial was made for you! You'll see how to apply each formula to the given information to find the lateral area and surface area. Check it out!
Want to know how the find the lateral and surface areas of a regular pyramid? Then this tutorial was made for you! You'll see how to apply each formula to the given information to find the lateral area and surface area. Check it out!
Want to know how the find the lateral and surface areas of a cone? Then check out this tutorial! You'll see how to apply each formula to the given information to find the lateral area and surface area. Take a look!
Trying to find the surface area of a sphere? Already know the radius? Then plug that value into the formula for the surface area of a sphere and solve to get the answer! This tutorial shows you how!
Want to find the lateral and surface areas of a cone? Don't have the slant height? No problem! This tutorial will show you how to use the Pythagorean theorem to find the slant height. Then, you'll see how to find the lateral area and surface area. Take a look!
Trying to find the slant height of a cone? Use the height of the cone and the radius of the base to form a right triangle. Then, use the Pythagorean theorem to find the slant height. Watch this tutorial to see this process step-by-step!
What does a 3D object look like from the side? Find out with this tutorial!
Circles are a fundamental part of math! In this tutorial, you'll be introduced to circles and see the different parts of a circle such as the diameter, radius, and chord. Check out this tutorial to learn about circles!
Ever notice that some figures look like a combination of multiple other figures? These types of figures are called composite figures. This tutorial introduces you to composite figures and shows you how to break up a composite figure into multiple shapes. Take a look!
Some numbers are just so cool that they get their own tutorial. Take the irrational number pi. This number is simply a ratio, but people have been working for years to find more and more digits of pi. Check out this tutorial to learn about pi!
Just about everything in math has a name! Did you know that a fraction of the area of a circle is known as a sector? This tutorial introduces you to the term sector and gives you examples of sectors. Take a look!
The term prism is a cool name for a special kind of three-dimensional solid. This tutorial defines the term prism and shows you how to name a prism using the shape of its bases. Check it out!
You've probably seen pictures of Egyptian pyramids, or maybe you've even seen them in person! Those pyramids mostly have either triangular or rectangular bases, but did you know that there are other types of pyramids? In this tutorial, you'll see what a three-dimensional solid needs to be called a pyramid. You'll also see how to name these pyramids, so take a look!
Understanding solids is a building block for finding their lateral area, surface area, and volume. In this tutorial, you'll see examples of solids and learn their different parts. Take a look!
Every played with a bouncy ball, a volleyball, a basketball, or a baseball? Those are all spheres! Check out this tutorial to see what defines a sphere and learn its different parts. Take a look!
Soda cans, coffee cans, and some candles are just a few examples of cylinders. In this tutorial, you'll see what defines a cylinder. You'll also see the different parts of a cylinder. Take a look!
Did you know that an ice cream cone is named for its shape? Many ice cream cones are actually cones! Check out this tutorial to see what defines a cone in math. You'll also see the different parts of a cone. Take a look!
Ever wonder what a box would look like if you unfolded and flatted it? That new picture would be called a net! This tutorial introduces you to nets, a two-dimensional version of a three-dimensional solid. Check it out!
When you fill a jar with marbles or fill a pool with water, you are taking up volume! In this tutorial, youâ€™ll be introduced to volume and learn what it really means. Take a look!
If you have similar solids, there's a ratio that relates their surface areas. This tutorial uses similar prisms to help you find the ratio rule of the surface areas of any similar solids!
Trying to find the area of a rectangle? There's a formula that can help! Check out this tutorial to learn about the formula for the area of a rectangle.
Did you know that the formula for the area of a triangle can be found by using the formula for the area of a parallelogram? In this tutorial, you'll see how it's done! Take a look!
Parallelograms and rectangles are pretty similar. In fact, you can turn a parallelogram into a rectangle to find the formula for the area of a parallelogram! Check out this tutorial to see how it's done!
Trying to figure out the formula for the area of a trapezoid? You could start by creating a parallelogram out of two trapezoids. Then, use the formula for the area of a parallelogram to figure out the formula for the area of one trapezoid. This tutorial shows you how!
The circumference of a circle is the distance around that circle. But what is the formula to find the circumference? In this tutorial, you'll learn the formulas for the circumference of a circle. Take a look!
Did you know that you can figure out the formula for the area of a circle by first turning the circle into a parallelogram? It seems a little weird, but it really works! Watch this tutorial to see how it's done!
A sector is just a fraction of the area of a circle. Did you know that there's a formula to help you find the area of a sector? In this tutorial, you'll learn how to find that formula! Take a look!
Trying to find the volume of a prism? Did you know that there's a formula to find that volume? In this tutorial, you'll learn about the formula for the volume of a prism. Check it out!
Did you know that you can use the formula for the area of a circle to find the formula for the volume of a cylinder? In this tutorial, you'll see how to do just that! Watch this tutorial to learn about the formula for the volume of a cylinder.
Looking for the formula for the volume of a pyramid? Then check out this tutorial! You'll learn about the formula for the volume of a pyramid and see how to use the formula in an example. Take a look!
Looking for the formula for the volume of a cone? Then check out this tutorial! You'll learn about the formula for the volume of a cone and see how to use the formula in an example. Take a look!
Trying to find the formula for the volume of a sphere? Then check out this tutorial! You'll see how to use a cylinder with the same dimensions to find the formula for the volume of a sphere. Take a look!
To find the lateral and surface areas of a prism, itâ€™s important to know their formulas. In this tutorial, youâ€™ll learn about each of these formulas and see them used in an example. Check it out!
To find the lateral and surface areas of a cylinder, itâ€™s important to know their formulas. In this tutorial, youâ€™ll learn about each of these formulas and see them used in an example. Check it out!
Looking for the formula for the surface area of a sphere? Then check out this tutorial! Youâ€™ll see how to use a cylinder with the same dimensions to find the formula for the surface area of a sphere!