## Posts Tagged ‘mathispower4u’

22
May

Posted by mathispower4u in III. Algebra Videos. Tagged: algebra, algebraic, difference, expressions, from, james, mathispower4u, product, sousa, statements, sum. Leave a comment

This video explains how to write algebraic expressions from statements.

22
May

Posted by mathispower4u in III. Algebra Videos. Tagged: algebra, both, equation, james, linear, mathispower4u, multi, multiple, sides, sousa, steps, variables. Leave a comment

This video explains how to solve a linear equation in one variable with variable terms on both sides of the equation.

22
May

Posted by mathispower4u in III. Algebra Videos. Tagged: algebra, both, equation, james, linear, mathispower4u, multi, multiple, sides, sousa, steps, variables. Leave a comment

This video explains how to solve a linear equation in one variable with variable terms on both sides of the equation.

22
May

Posted by mathispower4u in III. Algebra Videos. Tagged: 1, add, addition, algebra, coefficient, equation, james, linear, mathispower4u, one, parentheses, simplify, sousa, step, subtract, subtraction. Leave a comment

This video explains how to solve a linear equation in one variable that requires simplifying. Solution only requires addition and subtraction.

22
May

Posted by mathispower4u in III. Algebra Videos. Tagged: add, addition, algebra, application, car, equation, james, linear, mathispower4u, one, price, sousa, step, sticker, subtract, subtraction. Leave a comment

This video explains how to set-up and solve a one step equation to solve an application problem. Use addition or subtraction to solve.

22
May

Posted by mathispower4u in II. Arithmetic Videos. Tagged: 10, arithmetic, base, cut, decimal, james, mathispower4u, move, multiply, place, point, power, product, short, sousa, ten, value. Leave a comment

The video explains the shortcut of moving the decimal point when multiplying by a power of 10.

20
May

Posted by mathispower4u in II. Arithmetic Videos. Tagged: add, addends, addition, arithmetic, basic, combine, james, mathispower4u, numbers, objects, pattern, sets, sousa, sum, whole. Leave a comment

This video explains how to use an addition pattern to determine a missing addition equation.