Created on: May 11, 2010

Website Address: https://library.curriki.org/oer/Radicals-and-Other-Topics-45497

TABLE OF CONTENTS

- Solving Equations
- Linear Equations
- Linear Forms
- Linear Inequalities
- Linear Systems
- Exponents
- Polynomials
- Quadratic Equations
- Using Models
- Radicals and Other Topics
- Statistics
- Rational Functions

- Identifying Quadratic Models
- Identifying Exponential Models
- Quadratic Regression
- Graphs of Square Root Functions

- Problem Solving Word Problems II
- One Step Equations
- Two Step Equations
- Multi-Step Equations
- Equations with Variables on Both Sides
- Ratio and Proportion
- Scale and Indirect Measurement
- Percent Problems
- Word Problem Solving 3

- Inequalities Using Addition and Subtraction
- Inequalities Using Multiplication and Division
- Multi-Step Inequalities
- Compound Inequalities
- Absolute Value Equations
- Absolute Value Inequalities
- Graphing Inequalities

- Radical Expressions with Higher Roots
- More Simplifying Radical Expressions
- How to Rationalize a Denominator
- Extraneous Solutions to Radical Equations
- Radical Equation Examples
- More Involved Radical Equation Example
- Pythagorean Theorem
- Distance Formula
- Midpoint Formula
- Visual Pythagorean Theorem Proof

IN COLLECTION

This unit discusses radicals and the Pythagorean Formula.

This video explores radical expressions with higher degree roots.

This video explores more techniques for simplifying radical expressions.

This video explains the important technique of rationalizing the denominator

This video explains how to deal with extraneous solutions to a radical equation.

This video combines the techniques just covered on a variety of radical equations.

This video extends the techniques just developed to apply to more complicated radical equations.

This video explores examples of right triangles, then uses a calculator to compute the Pythagorian Theorem.

This video applies the Pythagorean Theorem to the distance between two points.

This lesson applies the Pythagorean Theorem to the midpoint of a line segment.

This video provides a compelling visual proof to the Pythagorean Theorem