Video Tutorials - Algebra

Video Tutorials

Introductory Algebra

These short videos cover topics typically found in an introductory algebra course. The review lessons are short and to the point, giving students a quick brush-up to help them in their Algebra courses.

You may want to locate the particular topic in your textbook before viewing so that you will have a reference to use while watching these videos and working through the examples shown.

Algebra Review Lessons 1-17

  1. Signed Numbers
     
  2. Order of Operations
     
  3. Properties of Expressions
     
  4. Solving linear Equations & Inequalities
     
  5. Solving Linear Equations & Inequalities With Fractions or Decimals
     
  6. Graphing Linear Equations & Inequalities
     
  7. Systems of Equations (Substitution & Addition Methods)
     
  8. Writing the Equation of a Line
     
  9. Rules for Exponents
     
  10. Factoring Techniques
     
  11. Rational Expressions (Multiplication/Division)
     
  12. Rational Expressions (Addition/Subtraction/Complex)
     
  13. Rational Equations
     
  14. Radical Expressions (Reduce/Addition/Subtraction)
     
  15. Radical Expressions (Multiply and Divide)
     
  16. Solving Radical Equations
     
  17. Solving Word Problems

 

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