## Posts Tagged ‘unit’

### Ex: Area Application – Area of an Inner Room with a Outer Footing

This video explains how to find the area of an inner rectangle with a footing around the outside of a constant width.

### Ex: Determine Heart Rate Using Different Units of Time (Unit Rates)

This video provides an example of how to find a heart rate in different units of time. The heart rate is found in beats per minutes, beats per hour, and beats per second.

### Ex: Unit Rate – Miles Per Gallon

This video provides an example of how to determine a unit rate by determinig miles per gallons given a distance traveled on a certain number of gallons of gas.

### Ex: Metric Conversions Using Unit Fractions – Weight

This video provides three examples of how to perform metric conversions involving weight using unit fractions.

### Ex: Metric Conversions Using Unit Fractions – Volume / Capacity

This video provides three examples of how to perform metric conversions involving volume using unit fractions.

### Ex: Metric Conversions Using Unit Fractions – Length

This video provides three examples of how to perform metric conversions involving length using unit fractions.

### Ex: Convert Height in Feet and Inches to Inches, Centimeters, and Meters

This video explains how to convert a height given in feet and inches to inches, centimeters, and meters.

### Ex 1: Solve a Basic Trig Equation Using the Unit Circle and Reference Triangles

This video explains how to solve a basic trigonometric equation with solutions that can be found using the unit circle and reference triangles.  Both methods are discussed.

### Ex 2: Solve a Basic Trig Equation Using the Unit Circle and Reference Triangles

This video explains how to solve a basic trigonometric equation with solutions that can be found using the unit circle and reference triangles.  Both methods are discussed.

### Ex 3: Solve a Basic Trig Equation Using the Unit Circle and Reference Triangles

This video explains how to solve a basic trigonometric equation with solutions that can be found using the unit circle and reference triangles.  Both methods are discussed.