Algebra: Introduction to algebra

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Algebra: Introduction to algebra

Videos exploring why algebra was developed and how it helps us explain our world.
Origins of Algebra. Abstract-ness. The Beauty of Algebra. Descartes and Cartesian Coordinates. Why all the letters in Algebra?. What is a variable?. Why aren't we using the multiplication sign. Example: evaluating an expression. Example: evaluate a formula using substitution. Evaluating exponential expressions 2. Evaluating expressions in one variable. Expressions with two variables. Example: Evaluating expressions with 2 variables. Examples of evaluating variable expressions. Evaluating expressions in 2 variables. Example evaluating expressions in word problems. Evaluating expressions 3. Combining like terms. Adding like rational terms. Combining Like Terms 1. Combining Like Terms 2. Combining Like Terms 3. Combining like terms. Combining like terms and the distributive property. Combining like terms with distribution. Factoring a linear expression with rational terms. Distributive property with rational terms. Manipulating linear expressions with rational coefficients. Equivalent forms of expressions 1. Equivalent forms of expressions 1. Writing Expressions 1. Writing expressions. Writing Expressions 2. Writing expressions 2 exercise example. Writing expressions 2. Interpreting linear expressions example. Interpreting linear expressions example 2. Interpreting linear expressions. Writing expressions 3 exercise example 1. Writing expressions 3 exercise example 2. Writing expressions 3 exercise example 3. Writing expressions 3. Why we do the same thing to both sides: simple equations. Representing a relationship with a simple equation. One-Step Equation Intuition. One step equation intuition exercise intro. One step equation intuition. Adding and subtracting the same thing from both sides. Intuition why we divide both sides. Why we do the same thing to both sides: two-step equations. Why we do the same thing to both sides: multi-step equations. Why we do the same thing to both sides basic systems. Why all the letters in Algebra?. Super Yoga Plans- Basic Variables and Equations. Super Yoga Plans- Solving One-Step Equations. Constructing and solving equations in the real world 1. Super Yoga Plans- Plotting Points. Super Yoga Plans- Solving Systems by Substitution. Super Yoga Plans- Solving Systems by Elimination. Variables Expressions and Equations. Solving equations and inequalities through substitution example 1. Solving equations and inequalities through substitution example 2. Solving equations and inequalities through substitution example 3. Solving equations and inequalities through substitution example 4. Solving equations and inequalities through substitution. Dependent and independent variables exercise example 1. Dependent and independent variables exercise example 2. Dependent and independent variables exercise example 3. Dependent and independent variables. Origins of Algebra. Abstract-ness. The Beauty of Algebra. Descartes and Cartesian Coordinates. Why all the letters in Algebra?. What is a variable?. Why aren't we using the multiplication sign. Example: evaluating an expression. Example: evaluate a formula using substitution. Evaluating exponential expressions 2. Evaluating expressions in one variable. Expressions with two variables. Example: Evaluating expressions with 2 variables. Examples of evaluating variable expressions. Evaluating expressions in 2 variables. Example evaluating expressions in word problems. Evaluating expressions 3. Combining like terms. Adding like rational terms. Combining Like Terms 1. Combining Like Terms 2. Combining Like Terms 3. Combining like terms. Combining like terms and the distributive property. Combining like terms with distribution. Factoring a linear expression with rational terms. Distributive property with rational terms. Manipulating linear expressions with rational coefficients. Equivalent forms of expressions 1. Equivalent forms of expressions 1. Writing Expressions 1. Writing expressions. Writing Expressions 2. Writing expressions 2 exercise example. Writing expressions 2. Interpreting linear expressions example. Interpreting linear expressions example 2. Interpreting linear expressions. Writing expressions 3 exercise example 1. Writing expressions 3 exercise example 2. Writing expressions 3 exercise example 3. Writing expressions 3. Why we do the same thing to both sides: simple equations. Representing a relationship with a simple equation. One-Step Equation Intuition. One step equation intuition exercise intro. One step equation intuition. Adding and subtracting the same thing from both sides. Intuition why we divide both sides. Why we do the same thing to both sides: two-step equations. Why we do the same thing to both sides: multi-step equations. Why we do the same thing to both sides basic systems. Why all the letters in Algebra?. Super Yoga Plans- Basic Variables and Equations. Super Yoga Plans- Solving One-Step Equations. Constructing and solving equations in the real world 1. Super Yoga Plans- Plotting Points. Super Yoga Plans- Solving Systems by Substitution. Super Yoga Plans- Solving Systems by Elimination. Variables Expressions and Equations. Solving equations and inequalities through substitution example 1. Solving equations and inequalities through substitution example 2. Solving equations and inequalities through substitution example 3. Solving equations and inequalities through substitution example 4. Solving equations and inequalities through substitution. Dependent and independent variables exercise example 1. Dependent and independent variables exercise example 2. Dependent and independent variables exercise example 3. Dependent and independent variables.

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