Algebra

Algebraic Expressions and Real Numbers
Rating: 4.2 out of 5 (118 ratings)
7,413 students
Algebra
Rating: 4.2 out of 5 (118 ratings)
7,413 students
Learn the sign of numbers. Addition and subtraction of real numbers. Opposite of a number. Multiplication of real numbers - the meaning of parentheses. Reciprocal. Least Common Multiples. Fractions. Division of real numbers. Introducing variables - Evaluating algebraic expressions. Exponents - The greatest common factor. Properties of real numbers.

Requirements

  • Arithmetic (basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division)
Description

This course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts of algebra. This course is designed for anyone with little to no previous algebra experience. The course contains videos with detailed explanations to the following topics:

Real Numbers and Algebraic Expressions

  • Learn the sign of numbers.
  • Addition and subtraction of real numbers.
  • Opposite of a number.
  • Multiplication of real numbers - the meaning of parentheses.
  • Reciprocal.
  • Least Common Multiples.
  • Fractions.
  • Division of real numbers.
  • Introducing variables - Evaluating algebraic expressions.
  • Exponents - The greatest common factor.
  • Properties of real numbers.


Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who wants to learn Algebra
Course content
1 section • 14 lectures • 2h 5m total length
  • Learn Sign of numbers
    12:42
  • Adding and Subtracting real numbers
    15:42
  • Opposite of a number
    05:18
  • Exercises Opposite of a number
    02:57
  • Multiplication of real numbers
    09:49
  • Ex Multiplication of real numbers
    07:11
  • Least Common Multiple
    16:36
  • Exercises Least Common Multiple
    10:21
  • Reciprocal of a number
    08:40
  • Exercises Reciprocal of a number
    03:55
  • Dividing Fractions
    09:10
  • Introducing variables
    07:51
  • Exponents
    07:14
  • Commutative law of Addition
    07:51

Instructor
Mathematics Tutor
Boubacar Siddy Diallo
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 118 Reviews
  • 7,413 Students
  • 1 Course

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