Section 1: Intro, Word Problems & Solving Equations


Lecture 1


05:08


 Here you are introduced to the course.
 Word Problems: You will be able to differentiate between word problems with numerical solutions and those that have a qualitative component as well.


Lecture 2


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 Here you are introduced to the course.
 Word Problems: You will be able to differentiate between word problems with numerical solutions and those that have a qualitative component as well.


Lecture 3


11:22


 You will expand your exposure to word problems while exploring the new topics of variables and basic techniques for solving equations.
 Variables: You will explore the concept of variables to demistify this concept.
 Solving Equations: You will apply basic techniques to solve equations.


Lecture 4


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 You will expand your exposure to word problems while exploring the new topics of variables and basic techniques for solving equations.
 Variables: You will explore the concept of variables to demistify this concept.
 Solving Equations: You will apply basic techniques to solve equations.
 Here you will take a look at some word problems, interpret the information given to you in the word problem to form an algebraic expression and then use the basic skills to solve the equation.


Lecture 5


06:43


 Here you will take a look at some word problems, interpret the information given to you in the word problem to form an algebraic expression and then use the basic skills to solve the equation.


Quiz 1


2 questions


Here you will apply what you have learned to solve an equation and to solve a word problem.

Section 2: Tricky Word Problems & Units of Measurement


Lecture 6


07:06


 Here you will learn how to solve common "curveball" word problems by exploring what to do when no initial values are given.
 You will also explore how there is often more than one way to solve a problem and what benefits there might be by choosing a specific strategy in a real life scenario.


Lecture 7


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 Here you will learn how to solve common "curveball" word problems by exploring what to do when no initial values are given.
 You will also explore how there is often more than one way to solve a problem and what benefits there might be by choosing a specific strategy in a real life scenario.


Lecture 8


08:08


 You will look at everyday examples to explore rates and units of measurement.
 Transportation: You will investigate traveling by automobile and hand cycling to discuss common units of measurement.
 Travel: You will explore currency conversion while traveling. (Currency is a form of measurement in purchasing power.)
 Percentages: You will examine discounts and how to derive the percentage discount received. (The percentage discount is what is being measured.)


Lecture 9


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 You will look at everyday examples to explore rates and units of measurement.
 Transportation: You will investigate traveling by automobile and hand cycling to discuss common units of measurement.
 Travel: You will explore currency conversion while traveling. (Currency is a form of measurement in purchasing power.)
 Percentages: You will examine discounts and how to derive the percentage discount received. (The percentage discount is what is being measured.)


Quiz 2


2 questions


You will apply your new skills to solve a tricky word problem and a problem involving rates and units of measurement.

Section 3: Solving Binomial Expressions


Lecture 10


14:49


 Like Variables: You will revisit this concept as it relates to exponents.
 Rules for Exponents: You will learn to use the rules for exponents to solve equations that involve exponents.
 Binomials: You will become familiar with muliplying binomials.
 Factoring: You will investigate factoring binomials out of a quadratic expression.


Lecture 11


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 Like Variables: You will revisit this concept as it relates to exponents.
 Rules for Exponents: You will learn to use the rules for exponents to solve equations that involve exponents.
 Binomials: You will become familiar with muliplying binomials.
 Factoring: You will investigate factoring binomials out of a quadratic expression.


Lecture 12


11:35


 You will explore simplifying rational expressions.
 Adding & Subtracting: You will learn to add and subtract rational polynomial expressions.
 Mulitplication & Division: You will learn to evaluate expressions that involve multiplication and division of rational expressions.


Lecture 13


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 You will explore simplifying rational expressions.
 Adding & Subtracting: You will learn to add and subtract rational polynomial expressions.
 Mulitplication & Division: You will learn to evaluate expressions that involve multiplication and division of rational expressions.


Lecture 14


04:56


 Here you will explore solving binomial expressions using the factoring technique as well as the quadratic expression.


Quiz 3


4 questions


Here you get to practice the techniques you learned to solve an expression that involves exponents, multiplying binomials, factoring binomials and simplifying a rational expression.

Section 4: Radicals & Triangles


Lecture 15


03:41


 You will explore the rules for radicals and apply them to equations.


Lecture 16


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 You will explore the rules for radicals and apply them to equations.


Lecture 17


15:54


 Here you will examine the pythagorean theorem.
 You will inquire into the basic properties of two dimensional triangles.
 You will inspect the three ratios (sine cosine & tangent).
 You will convert between degrees and radians.
 You will apply all these new skills to a word problem and solve and algebraic expression.


Lecture 18


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 Here you will examine the pythagorean theorem.
 You will inquire into the basic properties of two dimensional triangles.
 You will inspect the three ratios (sine cosine & tangent).
 You will convert between degrees and radians.
 You will apply all these new skills to a word problem and solve and algebraic expression.


Quiz 4


2 questions


You can apply what you learned about radicals and triangles to solve these problems.

Section 5: Area / Perimeter & Volume / Line Equations


Lecture 19


06:51


 You will apply formulas to determine areas, perimeters and volumes in a real life scenario.


Lecture 20


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Lecture 21


12:45


 You will discover how to determine a slope of a line equation.
 You will construct a line equation.
 You will explore how to obtain a parallel line equation from an existing line equation.
 You will examine how to derive a perpendicular line equation from an existing line equation.


Lecture 22


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 You will discover how to determine a slope of a line equation.
 You will construct a line equation.
 You will explore how to obtain a parallel line equation from an existing line equation.
 You will examine how to derive a perpendicular line equation from an existing line equation.


Quiz 5


2 questions


You will put the skills you have learned to solve a problem regarding area and perpendicular lines.

Section 6: Functions, Graphs & Linear Regression


Lecture 23


11:40


 You will be able to identiy properties of functions using venn diagrams and graphs.
 You will be able to solve word problems by solving equations and applying your knowledge of graphs.
 You will explore linear regression and be able to interpret the information given to you by your calculator.


Lecture 24


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 You will be able to identiy properties of functions using venn diagrams and graphs.
 You will be able to solve word problems by solving equations and applying your knowledge of graphs.
 You will explore linear regression and be able to interpret the information given to you by your calculator.


Lecture 25


01:59


 Here you will investigate graphs of absolute functions.


Lecture 26


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 Here you will investigate graphs of absolute functions.


Lecture 27


15:14


 You will investigate intersecting lines and be able to determine the point of intersection.
 You will examine manual graphing techniques and learn how to graph a quadratic equation.
 You will be able to determine the intersecting points between a line equation and a quadratic equation both algebraically and graphically.


Lecture 28


05:25


 Here you will learn to navigate typical crafty word problems.


Lecture 29


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 You will investigate intersecting lines and be able to determine the point of intersection.
 You will examine manual graphing techniques and learn how to graph a quadratic equation.
 Here you will learn to navigate typical crafty word problems.
 You will be able to determine the intersecting points between a line equation and a quadratic equation both algebraically and graphically.


Quiz 6


3 questions


Here you will apply the skills you have learned to problems regarding functions, intersecting graphs and linear regression.

Section 7: Combining equations / Inequalities / Statistics


Lecture 30


09:12


 You will explore combining equations.
 You will apply this technique of combining equations to examine and to solve a system of two equations.


Lecture 31


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 You will explore combining equations.
 You will apply this technique of combining equations to examine and to solve a system of two equations.


Lecture 32


12:10


 You will review rules for inequalities and apply these rules to equations.
 You will explore graphing with inequalities.


Lecture 33


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 You will review rules for inequalities and apply these rules to equations.
 You will explore graphing with inequalities.


Lecture 34


10:51


 You will investigate basic statistical descriptors of a data set.
 You will explore percentages and graphical representation of data.


Lecture 35


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 You will investigate basic statistical descriptors of a data set.
 You will explore percentages and graphical representation of data.


Quiz 7


3 questions


Here you will put your skills to solve problems regarding a system of equations, inequalities and basic statistics.

Section 8: Probability


Lecture 36


10:41


 You will explore Venn Diagrams and how to interpret them.
 You will examine the probability of single and multiple events.


Lecture 37


05:08


 You will consider the difference in probable outcomes with multiple events where all events are independent vs. dependent.
 You will examine the difference between mutually exclusive events vs nonmutually exclusive events and be able to determine their probability.


Lecture 38


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 You will explore Venn Diagrams and how to interpret them.
 You will examine the probability of single and multiple events.
 You will consider the difference in probable outcomes with multiple events where all events are independent vs. dependent.
 You will examine the difference between mutually exclusive events vs nonmutually exclusive events and be able to determine their probability.


Quiz 8


3 questions


Here you will put your skills to solve problems involving multiple events, independent / dependent events and mutually exclusive / nonmutually exclusive events.


Lecture 39


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