Arithmetic Review

Evaluating Expressions

Simplify Expressions

Exponential Expressions

Factor by GCF

Factoring Polynomials

Factoring Part 2

Factoring Special Cases

Solving Equations

Translating into numerical expressions

Inequalities

Rational Expressions

Complex Fractions

Quadratic Equations

Building the Equation of the line

Graphing Lines

Graphing Inequalities

Absolute Value Inequalities

Absolute Value Equations

Functions

System of Equations

Word Problems

Radical Expressions

Quadratic Functions

Practice Pert Tests

Evaluating Expressions

Simplify Expressions

Exponential Expressions

Factor by GCF

Factoring Polynomials

Factoring Part 2

Factoring Special Cases

Solving Equations

Translating into numerical expressions

Inequalities

Rational Expressions

Complex Fractions

Quadratic Equations

Building the Equation of the line

Graphing Lines

Graphing Inequalities

Absolute Value Inequalities

Absolute Value Equations

Functions

System of Equations

Word Problems

Radical Expressions

Quadratic Functions

Practice Pert Tests

Inequalities

Inequalities are like an equation , however instead of one solution, they offer a range of solutions.

Let's remember

≥ or ≤ (this means I am including the number as part of my answer, for example X≥9, X can be greater or equal to 9, I need to use [ or ] to set my interval notation answer)

> or < ( this means I am NOT including the number as part of my answer, for example X > 9, X has be greater than 9, I need to use ( or ) to set my interval notation answer)

for example: 2X -5 ≤ 6 + 3x -2

2X -3X≤ 6 -2 +5

-X≤ 9

(anytime you divide by a negative number, in this case -1, you need to switch the sign (≤ to ≥) and the change the sign of 9 to -9 X≥-9

The following videos will show you how to work with them.

Inequalities are like an equation , however instead of one solution, they offer a range of solutions.

Let's remember

≥ or ≤ (this means I am including the number as part of my answer, for example X≥9, X can be greater or equal to 9, I need to use [ or ] to set my interval notation answer)

> or < ( this means I am NOT including the number as part of my answer, for example X > 9, X has be greater than 9, I need to use ( or ) to set my interval notation answer)

for example: 2X -5 ≤ 6 + 3x -2

2X -3X≤ 6 -2 +5

-X≤ 9

(anytime you divide by a negative number, in this case -1, you need to switch the sign (≤ to ≥) and the change the sign of 9 to -9 X≥-9

The following videos will show you how to work with them.