Introduction to Slope
Learn how to multiply polynomials and familiarize yourself with basic concepts related to slope in the following video, such as slope intercept form (y=mx+b), as well as how to calculate slope, and graph linear equations. You will also learn to multiply polynomials, which can be integrated into linear equations, and quadratic equations as well.
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In this through tutoring session, learn how to apply your knowledge of solving linear algebraic equations, in the the following video, where I will go over how to solve linear word problems by writing algebraic statements and equations! Some of the types of linear word problems covered include age problems, number problems, and geometry problems. You will learn how to write a linear equation given the information from the word problems, and how to find the missing pieces of the word problems by applying your knowledge of linear equations.
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In this step by step instruction video, learn how to solve the system of equations problem when there are two variables, using the methods of substitution and elimination. These are two methods, which can be utilised to derive a solution.
When two equations are given, it is an example of system of equations problem, the aim being to find the values of the variables, which work in both equations in other words, we are looking to determine the combination of numbers that works in both equations. The values of the variables also serve as the coordinates which deem the intersection point of the two equations (represented by linear lines on a graph).
For those of you who also requested a blog on solving a system of equations with three variables, that will also be done in the near future!
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Learn to solve linear equations with fractions algebraically, by finding the LCD (Lowest Common Denominator). In this video, I cover information such as finding the LCD, and the process for eliminating a variable so you can familiarize yourself with solving these kinds of problems.
Solving Linear Equations is an important skill in algebra. We usually need to solve the linear equation to find the unknown variable. Linear equations have many applications in real life. For example, linear equations can be used to indicate earned income over a certain timespan.
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