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#### Simplify Expressions by Combining Like Terms (No Negatives)

Sometimes simplifying expressions is as simple as combining like terms. Help your pupils build the important skill using a video presentation. After defining like terms, the instructor completes a series of examples, which progress from...

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#### Like Terms

What makes terms like terms? Individuals explore the question as they view the video presentation. The lesson first models classifying like terms. The instructor goes on to demonstrate combining like terms in polynomial expressions of...

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#### The Distributive Property (Example 2)

Use algebraic properties guide to pupils in the right direction. A simple video lesson shows two examples where the instructor distributes a monomial to a binomial or trinomial. The resulting expressions are either linear or quadratic.

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#### The Distributive Property (Example 1)

The process of distributing is pretty much like it sounds. A video tutorial demonstrates distributing a constant to a binomial with multiplication. Learners observe as the instructor completes four examples with both positive and...

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#### The Difference Between an Expression and an Equation

Evaluate an expression or solve an equation—two very different tasks! A video tutorial begins by defining an expression and an equation and then discusses the similarities and differences between the two. The instructor also demonstrates...

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#### Types of Linear Equations: Conditional, Identity, and Contradiction

What do you do when the x's cancel out? Don't let pupils panic when they eliminate the variable while solving an equation. A thorough lesson describes the situations that produce one, infinite, and no real solutions. The...

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#### Solving Two-Step Equations Using Integers (Example 2)

Add, subtract, multiply, or divide ... which is the right operation to use? Give your classes some insight into using these operations to solve two-step linear equation using a video tutorial. The lesson describes how and when to use...

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#### Solving Two-Step Equations Using Integers (Example 1)

Solving two-step equations is twice as fun as one-step equations! A thorough lesson shows the steps to solving two-step equations. Learners watch as the instructor not only explains how to use each operation but also explains why the...

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#### Solving Two-Step Equations: The Basics

Master the essential algebraic skill of solving simple equations. Give learners a solid foundation with a video lesson easy to watch and re-watch until viewers understand the process. The instructor demonstrates solving four two-step...

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#### Solving Two-Step Equations

Time to do a little two-step! Young scholars view a lesson on solving two-step equations. The video instructor shows several examples that include all different operations. The instruction emphasizes using the properties of equality as a...

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#### Solving One-Step Equations: A Summary

It's a step in the right direction! A video lesson demonstrates how to solve one-step linear equations. The instructor explains each step and shows the work, including how to check answers.

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#### Solving One Step Equations: The Basics

Inverse operations are the key! A thorough instructional lesson describes the steps to solve one-step equations. The video instructor outlines how to use inverse operations to solve the linear equations.

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#### Solving One-Step Equations

Just because it's one step doesn't mean it's simple! A video tutorial describes the process of solving one-step equations. The instructor demonstrates how to solve using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division inverse...

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#### Impact Craters on Earth

What does it look like when a meteorite strikes Earth? A slideshow resource gives pupils a firsthand view of common meteorite strikes. Using the ages of the craters, scholars analyze how the shapes erode over time.

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#### Himalayan Megaquake | Future Earthquake Potential

The Himalayas are a hotspot for earthquakes. Using an informative video presentation, viewers learn how scientists reference history and GPS technology to predict future occurrences. The video describes the 7.8 magnitude earthquake in...

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#### Application of a Linear Equation in One Variable - Salary Plus Commission (Example 2)

Linear equations are invaluable in problem-solving. A video presents an equation representing a weekly income based on a salary and commission. The instructor demonstrates how to substitute for both the dependent and independent...

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#### Application Problem Using an Equation - Target Heart Rate

Get your heart pumping! A linear equation can compute the target heart rate of an individual based on their age. A thorough lesson demonstrates how to use an equation to calculate the age of an individual given a target heart rate. The...

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#### Linear Equation Application - Car Repair with Labor and Parts (Example)

Linear equations aren't just for graphing! Scholars use a linear equation to model a contextual situation. A step-by-step direct instruction video describes how to find a solution using general problem-solving strategies and then how to...

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#### Frequency Polygons

How many ways can you think of to display data? A quick video lesson describes the process of creating one of them, a line graph, which is also referred to as a frequency polygon. After creating the graph, the instructor models how to...

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#### Application of a Linear Equation in One Variable - Equal Saving Amount (Example)

Explore the idea of equality through the lens of linear equations. Two friends have a specific amount of money in savings and plan to add to it each week. A video lesson shows how to determine when their total amounts in savings is equal.

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#### Application of a Linear Equation in One Variable - Salary Plus Commission (Example 1)

Build problem-solving skills within your classes. Young scholars learn linear equations are great for modeling contextual situations. The specific situation models weekly income based on a combination of salary and commission. Given the...

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#### Linear Equation Application - Depth Under Water (Example)

Water pressure decreases at a constant rate with a change in depth. A video lesson demonstrates how to use a linear equation to determine the depth when given a specific pressure. Learners must substitute for the dependent variable to...

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#### Writing Linear Equations to Solve Applications

What situations do linear equations model? A video lesson demonstrates how to write a linear equation to represent a specific situation. Learners then watch as the instructor shows how to use the equation to analyze the situation.

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#### Reading Cumulative Frequency Graphs

Creating a cumulative frequency graph is one thing, reading them is another. A thorough video lesson explains how to find key information from a cumulative frequency graph. The instructor demonstrates the best way to read the graph and...