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Developmental Math : Guide Homepage

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Graphing Points on a Rectangular Coordinate System, by Professor Veczko

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Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing Fractions by Melanie Parker

Keywords: fraction, numerator, multiply, denominator, improper fraction, common denominators,
divide, dividing, lowest common denominator, fourths, division, mixed number, common factor

Solving Linear Equations - Multiple Step Equation

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Keywords: Inequalities

Graphing a Line by Solving for y using the Slope Intercept Form Ex 2

Exponents - Quotient Rule

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What is a Binomial

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Introduction to the Distributive Law

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Polynomial Divided by a Monomial

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Exponential Equation #1

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Exponents - Zero as an Exponent

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What is a Monomial

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What is a Trinomial

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Subtracting Polynomials

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Linear Equation with Fractions

KEYWORDS: linear equations, distribution, numerator, denominator, least common denominator, LCD, check, fraction

Graphing Vertical Lines

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Using the Slope Equaton to Show the Slope of a Horizontal Line is Zero

Find the slope of a line given the graph, using rise over run Example #2

Using the Slope Equation to Show the Slope of a Vertical Line is Undefined

Using the Slope Equation to find the slope of a line passing through two points

Negative Exponents

KEYWORDS: exponents, negative exponent, simplify exponents, fractions, numerator, denominator, quotient rule, exponential expressions, negative exponent rule, order of operations, parentheses, cube, reciprocal, fundamental property of fractions

What is a Polynomial

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