## Posts Tagged ‘one’

### Write Basic Functions from Applications – One Step

This video provides 4 examples of how to write basic functions from applications.

### Ex: Linear Equation Application – Write an Equation Involving Population Decrease

This video provides and example of how to write a linear equation and answer questions about the population of a town that decreases each year.

### Ex: Linear Equation Application – Write an Equation Involving Saving Money

This video provides and example of how to write a linear equation and answer questions about saving a fixed amount of money per month.

### Ex: Solve a Linear Equation in One Variable that Requires Simplifying

This video provides two examples of how to solve a linear equation in one variable that requires simplifying before solving.

### Ex: Solving Linear Equations in One Variable with Parentheses

This video provides two examples of how to solve linear equations in one variable with paretheses and variables on both sides of the equation.

### Ex: Solving Linear Equations in One Variable with Parentheses

This video provides two examples of how to solve linear equations in one variable with paretheses and variables on both sides of the equation.

### The Zero Exponent

This video provides several examples of raising expressions to the zero exponent.  Justification of why a non-zero base raised to the zero power is equal to 1.

### A Discussion: Zero to the Power of Zero – 0^0

This video provides a discussion of 0^0.

### Ex 3: Write General Equation of a Circle in Standard Form (Coefficent Not 1)

This video provides an example of how to write the general equation of a circle in standard form to find the center and radius when the coefficients of the squared terms is not equal to one.

### Ex 4: Write General Equation of a Circle in Standard Form (Coefficent Not 1 and Fractions)

This video provides an example of how to write the general equation of a circle in standard form to find the center and radius when the coefficients of the squared terms is not equal to one and fractions are involved with completing the square.