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03:05
Linear Functions
Rewriting Equations and Formulas - Example 1
In mathematics, rewriting is a process of converting an expression into another expression with the same value, but with a simpler form. Rewriting is usually done by applying rules that change one expression into another, usually simpler, expression. Rewriting is used in many different fields of mathematics, but is particularly important in elementary algebra, where a number of rules for rewriting expressions are taught in school. Rewriting is also an important process in computer programming, where it is often called "simplification", "unrolling", or "unwinding".
Julie Silva
01:50
Linear Functions
Rewriting Equations and Formulas - Example 2
In mathematics, rewriting is a process of converting an expression into another expression with the same value, but with a simpler form. Rewriting is usually done by applying rules that change one expression into another, usually simpler, expression. Rewriting is used in many different fields of mathematics, but is particularly important in elementary algebra, where a number of rules for rewriting expressions are taught in school. Rewriting is also an important process in computer programming, where it is often called "simplification", "unrolling", or "unwinding".
Julie Silva
02:11
Linear Functions
Rewriting Equations and Formulas - Example 3
In mathematics, rewriting is a process of converting an expression into another expression with the same value, but with a simpler form. Rewriting is usually done by applying rules that change one expression into another, usually simpler, expression. Rewriting is used in many different fields of mathematics, but is particularly important in elementary algebra, where a number of rules for rewriting expressions are taught in school. Rewriting is also an important process in computer programming, where it is often called "simplification", "unrolling", or "unwinding".
Julie Silva
02:47
Linear Functions
Rewriting Equations and Formulas - Example 4
In mathematics, rewriting is a process of converting an expression into another expression with the same value, but with a simpler form. Rewriting is usually done by applying rules that change one expression into another, usually simpler, expression. Rewriting is used in many different fields of mathematics, but is particularly important in elementary algebra, where a number of rules for rewriting expressions are taught in school. Rewriting is also an important process in computer programming, where it is often called "simplification", "unrolling", or "unwinding".
Julie Silva
03:46
Linear Functions
Rewriting Equations and Formulas - Overview
In mathematics, rewriting is a process of converting an expression into another expression with the same value, but with a simpler form. Rewriting is usually done by applying rules that change one expression into another, usually simpler, expression. Rewriting is used in many different fields of mathematics, but is particularly important in elementary algebra, where a number of rules for rewriting expressions are taught in school. Rewriting is also an important process in computer programming, where it is often called "simplification", "unrolling", or "unwinding".
Julie Silva
01:47
Linear Functions
Solve 1-Step Equations - Example 1
In mathematics, an equation is a statement that two mathematical expressions have the same value. Solving an equation consists of finding the values of the expressions that make the equation true.
Julie Silva
01:39
Linear Functions
Solve 1-Step Equations - Example 2
In mathematics, an equation is a statement that two mathematical expressions have the same value. Solving an equation consists of finding the values of the expressions that make the equation true.
Julie Silva
02:08
Linear Functions
Solve 1-Step Equations - Example 3
In mathematics, an equation is a statement that two mathematical expressions have the same value. Solving an equation consists of finding the values of the expressions that make the equation true.
Julie Silva
01:47
Linear Functions
Solve 1-Step Equations - Example 4
In mathematics, an equation is a statement that two mathematical expressions have the same value. Solving an equation consists of finding the values of the expressions that make the equation true.
Julie Silva
02:04
Linear Functions
Solve 1-Step Equations - Overview
In mathematics, an equation is a statement that two mathematical expressions have the same value. Solving an equation consists of finding the values of the expressions that make the equation true.
Julie Silva
01:12
Linear Functions
Solve 2-Step Equations - Example 1
In mathematics, a linear function is a function and the graph of a linear function is a straight line. The domain of a linear function is all real numbers, and the range is all real numbers.
Julie Silva
01:32
Linear Functions
Solve 2-Step Equations - Example 2
In mathematics, a linear function is a function and the graph of a linear function is a straight line. The domain of a linear function is all real numbers, and the range is all real numbers.
Julie Silva
01:18
Linear Functions
Solve 2-Step Equations - Example 3
In mathematics, a linear function is a function and the graph of a linear function is a straight line. The domain of a linear function is all real numbers, and the range is all real numbers.
Julie Silva
01:24
Linear Functions
Solve 2-Step Equations - Example 4
In mathematics, a linear function is a function and the graph of a linear function is a straight line. The domain of a linear function is all real numbers, and the range is all real numbers.
Julie Silva
02:59
Linear Functions
Solve 2-Step Equations - Overview
In mathematics, a linear function is a function and the graph of a linear function is a straight line. The domain of a linear function is all real numbers, and the range is all real numbers.
Julie Silva
01:55
Linear Functions
Solve Absolute Value Equations - Example 1
In mathematics, an absolute value is a value that is considered to be independent of the location or direction of a given vector or number in space. The absolute value of a real number is its numerical value. For example, the absolute value of the number 4 is 4, regardless of the direction of the number or the location of the origin.
Julie Silva
02:22
Linear Functions
Solve Absolute Value Equations - Example 2
In mathematics, an absolute value is a value that is considered to be independent of the location or direction of a given vector or number in space. The absolute value of a real number is its numerical value. For example, the absolute value of the number 4 is 4, regardless of the direction of the number or the location of the origin.
Julie Silva
03:32
Linear Functions
Solve Absolute Value Equations - Example 3
In mathematics, an absolute value is a value that is considered to be independent of the location or direction of a given vector or number in space. The absolute value of a real number is its numerical value. For example, the absolute value of the number 4 is 4, regardless of the direction of the number or the location of the origin.
Julie Silva
02:19
Linear Functions
Solve Absolute Value Equations - Example 4
In mathematics, an absolute value is a value that is considered to be independent of the location or direction of a given vector or number in space. The absolute value of a real number is its numerical value. For example, the absolute value of the number 4 is 4, regardless of the direction of the number or the location of the origin.
Julie Silva
07:02
Linear Functions
Solve Absolute Value Equations - Overview
In mathematics, an absolute value is a value that is considered to be independent of the location or direction of a given vector or number in space. The absolute value of a real number is its numerical value. For example, the absolute value of the number 4 is 4, regardless of the direction of the number or the location of the origin.
Julie Silva
01:13
Linear Functions
Solve Equations that Contain Fractions - Example 1
In mathematics, fraction is a number that represents a part of a whole or, more generally, any number of equal parts. When spoken in everyday English, a fraction describes how many parts of a certain size there are, for example, one-half, eight-fifths, three-quarters, or four-fifths. Fractions are also used to represent division.
Julie Silva
01:44
Linear Functions
Solve Equations that Contain Fractions - Example 2
In mathematics, fraction is a number that represents a part of a whole or, more generally, any number of equal parts. When spoken in everyday English, a fraction describes how many parts of a certain size there are, for example, one-half, eight-fifths, three-quarters, or four-fifths. Fractions are also used to represent division.
Julie Silva
01:31
Linear Functions
Solve Equations that Contain Fractions - Example 3
In mathematics, fraction is a number that represents a part of a whole or, more generally, any number of equal parts. When spoken in everyday English, a fraction describes how many parts of a certain size there are, for example, one-half, eight-fifths, three-quarters, or four-fifths. Fractions are also used to represent division.
Julie Silva
02:58
Linear Functions
Solve Equations that Contain Fractions - Example 4
In mathematics, fraction is a number that represents a part of a whole or, more generally, any number of equal parts. When spoken in everyday English, a fraction describes how many parts of a certain size there are, for example, one-half, eight-fifths, three-quarters, or four-fifths. Fractions are also used to represent division.
Julie Silva
03:09
Linear Functions
Solve Equations that Contain Fractions - Overview
In mathematics, fraction is a number that represents a part of a whole or, more generally, any number of equal parts. When spoken in everyday English, a fraction describes how many parts of a certain size there are, for example, one-half, eight-fifths, three-quarters, or four-fifths. Fractions are also used to represent division.
Julie Silva
03:46
Linear Functions
Solve Equations with Variables on Both Sides - Example 1
In mathematics, a linear function is a function of the form y=ax+b. Where a is a constant, called the "coefficient" of the function. The graph of a linear function is a straight line.
Julie Silva
01:28
Linear Functions
Solve Equations with Variables on Both Sides - Example 2
In mathematics, a linear function is a function of the form y=ax+b. Where a is a constant, called the "coefficient" of the function. The graph of a linear function is a straight line.
Julie Silva
03:17
Linear Functions
Solve Equations with Variables on Both Sides - Example 3
In mathematics, a linear function is a function of the form y=ax+b. Where a is a constant, called the "coefficient" of the function. The graph of a linear function is a straight line.
Julie Silva
04:10
Linear Functions
Solve Equations with Variables on Both Sides - Example 4
In mathematics, a linear function is a function of the form y=ax+b. Where a is a constant, called the "coefficient" of the function. The graph of a linear function is a straight line.
Julie Silva
03:07
Linear Functions
Solve Equations with Variables on Both Sides - Overview
In mathematics, a linear function is a function of the form y=ax+b. Where a is a constant, called the "coefficient" of the function. The graph of a linear function is a straight line.
Julie Silva
01:09
Linear Functions
Solve Multi-Step Equations - Example 1
In mathematics, a linear function is a function whose graph is a line. The domain of a linear function is a linear subspace of some vector space, and the range is the set of all points obtained by applying the function to a constant multiple of any of the domain's vectors. The prototypical example of a linear function is the function f(x) = x, which takes the real numbers to the real numbers.
Julie Silva
01:43
Linear Functions
Solve Multi-Step Equations - Example 2
In mathematics, a linear function is a function whose graph is a line. The domain of a linear function is a linear subspace of some vector space, and the range is the set of all points obtained by applying the function to a constant multiple of any of the domain's vectors. The prototypical example of a linear function is the function f(x) = x, which takes the real numbers to the real numbers.
Julie Silva
01:41
Linear Functions
Solve Multi-Step Equations - Example 3
In mathematics, a linear function is a function whose graph is a line. The domain of a linear function is a linear subspace of some vector space, and the range is the set of all points obtained by applying the function to a constant multiple of any of the domain's vectors. The prototypical example of a linear function is the function f(x) = x, which takes the real numbers to the real numbers.
Julie Silva
03:18
Linear Functions
Solve Multi-Step Equations - Example 4
In mathematics, a linear function is a function whose graph is a line. The domain of a linear function is a linear subspace of some vector space, and the range is the set of all points obtained by applying the function to a constant multiple of any of the domain's vectors. The prototypical example of a linear function is the function f(x) = x, which takes the real numbers to the real numbers.
Julie Silva
03:21
Linear Functions
Solve Multi-Step Equations - Overview
In mathematics, a linear function is a function whose graph is a line. The domain of a linear function is a linear subspace of some vector space, and the range is the set of all points obtained by applying the function to a constant multiple of any of the domain's vectors. The prototypical example of a linear function is the function f(x) = x, which takes the real numbers to the real numbers.
Julie Silva