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ADVANCED ALGEBRA LESSONS

Whether needing help with advanced algebra homework or reviewing for tests, Mr. X can help math students better understand Advanced Algebra. Our lessons are designed to reinforce the instructor's message. We also have a library of sample algebra problems with examples of solved problems for each advanced algebra lesson. Check out our free samples below, as well as the advanced algebra curriculum.

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Advanced Algebra Sample Lesson 1

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Advanced Algebra Curriculum

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Advanced Algebra Lesson 307 Solve two inequalities in one variable joined with the conjunction OR.
This lesson is appropriate for the "end" of a Basic Algebra course.
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Advanced Algebra Lesson 308 Also appropriate for Basic Algebra, we solve two inequalities in one variable joined with the conjunction AND. Play_video
Arithmetic within Functions We can take sums, differences, products, and quotients within and between functions. Play_video
Basic Algebra Problem 302 This is a basic algebra lesson appropriate for both the "end of basic algebra" and the "beginning of advanced algebra." Play_video
Domains of Functions When our functions have to stay within real values we cannot divide by zero or take an even root of a negative value.
This Lesson is also a Problem Set.
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Even and Odd Functions A lesson in EVEN and ODD functions in two variables.
The rule: EVEN means f(-x) = f(x); ODD means f(-x) = -f(x).
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Graph two linear inequalities We make a simple graph of the intersection of two regions in x and y. Play_video
Multiplying Polynomials When we multiply polynomials we sum individual products.
We multiply each term in one polynomial times each term in the other polynomial.
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Sigma Notation 110 A basic explanation of Sigma Notation, to take a sum of n terms. Play_video
Sigma Notation 111 We evaluate sums of n terms from sigma notation.
We discuss "Rainbow Addition" for APs.
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Sigma Notation 112 We take a good look at an Arithmetic Progression with Sigma Notation and Rainbow Addition. Play_video
Sigma Notation 113 We have 40 terms to sum in this AP, or Arithmetic Progression.
We show how the formula for the sum of an AP works.
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Sigma Notation 114 A more involved AP with 263 terms.
We take a good look at the formula for an Arithmetic Progression, with Rainbow Addition.
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Sigma Notation 115 A story about Gauss and a famous AP, or Arithmetic Progression.
We add the first 100 positive integers.
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The Ferry Problem We take a more involved look into the spreadsheet to maximize the daily revenue of the ferry.
As a quadratic function, its graph is a parabola whose vertex is the maximum daily revenue.
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