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Exam Tips and Tricks_by Will EduTech
Exam Tips and Tricks_by Will EduTech

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Will explains a five step plan to pass your exam.

CXC CSEC Math Workshop 2013: on Graphs, Trigonometry Geometry and Measurements_Part 2
CXC CSEC Math Workshop 2013: on Graphs, Trigonometry Geometry and Measurements_Part 2

A short clip from our Math workshop on Sunday May 17, 2013. The areas of focus were Graphs, Trigonometry Geometry and Measurements.

CXC CSEC Math Workshop 2013: on Graphs, Trigonometry Geometry and Measurements
CXC CSEC Math Workshop 2013: on Graphs, Trigonometry Geometry and Measurements

A short clip from our Math workshop on Sunday May 17, 2013. The areas of focus were Graphs, Trigonometry Geometry and Measurements.

Introduction to variables_by Will EduTech
Introduction to variables_by Will EduTech

Explaining the meaning of a variable with the use of exam type examples. An activity is also included for viewers to try.

College algebra: Solving Simple Linear equations
College algebra: Solving Simple Linear equations

Solving simple linear equations, with the variable in the denominator.

College Algebra: Calculating spacers Worded problem 2
College Algebra: Calculating spacers Worded problem 2

Calculating, how many 2/3 (two - thirds) inch thick spacers can be cut by a manufacturer from a tube of spacer 2 2/3 (two and two- thirds) inches long.

College algebra Part 2: Calculating the solution set in an inequality and graphing on a number line
College algebra Part 2: Calculating the solution set in an inequality and graphing on a number line

Part 2: Solving for the solution set in an inequality and graphing it on a number line.

College algebra Part 1: Calculating the solution set in an inequality and graphing on a number line
College algebra Part 1: Calculating the solution set in an inequality and graphing on a number line

Part 1: Solving for the solution set in an inequality and graphing it on a number line.

College Algebra: Coin Worded Problem
College Algebra: Coin Worded Problem

Finding the value of an uncirculated 1950 coin minted in Denver, and the value of a 1945 nickel minted in Philly in similar conditions. Given the total value of both to be US$35.

College Algebra: Solving Simple Linear equation
College Algebra: Solving Simple Linear equation

After watching this video you will learn how to solve a simple linear equation.

Exponential or Indices Equations_Part 2_by Will EduTech
Exponential or Indices Equations_Part 2_by Will EduTech

Showing how to solve "more advance" exponential equations; which also includes a quadratic equation.

Exponential or Indices Equations_Part 1_by Will EduTech
Exponential or Indices Equations_Part 1_by Will EduTech

Showing how to solve "more advance" exponential equations.

Introduction to Exponential or Indices Equations_by Will EduTech
Introduction to Exponential or Indices Equations_by Will EduTech

Showing how to solve exponential or indices equations.

Simplifying exponential or Indices expressions_Part 6_by Will EduTech
Simplifying exponential or Indices expressions_Part 6_by Will EduTech

Using the laws of indices to find the values of fractions

Simplifying exponential or Indices expressions_Part 5_by Will EduTech
Simplifying exponential or Indices expressions_Part 5_by Will EduTech

In exercise (11) the laws of indices are used to simplify an algebraic expression; and in exercise (12) shows how to use the properties of exponents to evaluate a decimal.

Simplifying exponential or Indices expressions_Part 4_by Will EduTech
Simplifying exponential or Indices expressions_Part 4_by Will EduTech

Exercises (9) and (10) shows how the properties of exponents are used to simplify "more advance" algebraic expressions.

Simplifying exponential or Indices expressions_Part 3_by Will EduTech
Simplifying exponential or Indices expressions_Part 3_by Will EduTech

Exercises (7) and (8) shows how the properties of exponents are used to simplify "more advance" algebraic expressions.

Simplifying exponential or Indices expressions_Part 2_by Will EduTech
Simplifying exponential or Indices expressions_Part 2_by Will EduTech

Exercises (4) and (5) shows how to use the laws of indices to evaluate two fractions, while in exercise (6) the power to power rule is used to simplify an algebraic expression.

Simplifying exponential or Indices expressions_Part 1_by Will EduTech
Simplifying exponential or Indices expressions_Part 1_by Will EduTech

Using the properties of exponents to simplify an algebraic expression in exercise (1) and also to evaluate exercise (2)&(3).

Properties of Exponents or Indices: Rule(6) Fractional Exponents_Part 2_by Will EduTech
Properties of Exponents or Indices: Rule(6) Fractional Exponents_Part 2_by Will EduTech

Showing how to use the "fractional rule" to simplify a radical expression.

Properties of Exponents or Indices: Rule(6) Fractional Exponents_Part 1_by Will EduTech
Properties of Exponents or Indices: Rule(6) Fractional Exponents_Part 1_by Will EduTech

Shows how to evaluate exponential expressions, when a base is raised to a fractional power or index. There are also a few fun activities to help you to understand the topic a lot better.

Properties of Exponents or Indices: Rule (5) Multiplying Exponents_by Will EduTech
Properties of Exponents or Indices: Rule (5) Multiplying Exponents_by Will EduTech

Shows how to evaluate a base raised to a power, which is "ALL" raised to another power. Along with several fun activities to help you to understand the topic a lot better.

Properties of Exponents or Indices: Rule (4) Negative Exponent (or Power)_Part 2 _by Will EduTech
Properties of Exponents or Indices: Rule (4) Negative Exponent (or Power)_Part 2 _by Will EduTech

Using the inverse rule to work a question two(2) different ways

Properties of Exponents or Indices: Rule (4) Negative Exponent_by Will EduTech
Properties of Exponents or Indices: Rule (4) Negative Exponent_by Will EduTech

This video shows how to evaluate negative exponents or indices.The lesson also include several examples, so that you can be comfortable with the topic.

Properties of Exponents or Indices: Rule (3) An Exponent raised to a Power of Zero_by Will EduTech
Properties of Exponents or Indices: Rule (3) An Exponent raised to a Power of Zero_by Will EduTech

This video shows that a base raised to a power of zero is equal to one (1).The lesson also include several examples, so that you can be comfortable with the topic

Properties of Exponents or Indices: Rule (2) Dividing exponents of the same base_by Will EduTech
Properties of Exponents or Indices: Rule (2) Dividing exponents of the same base_by Will EduTech

This lesson shows how to divide exponents or indices with the same base. Note, "always subtract the powers". The lesson also include several examples, so that you can be comfortable with the topic

Properties of Exponents or Indices: Rule (1) Multiplying exponents of the same base_by Will EduTech
Properties of Exponents or Indices: Rule (1) Multiplying exponents of the same base_by Will EduTech

After watching this lesson you will learn how to multiply exponents or indices with the same base. Note, "always add the powers". The lesson also include several examples, so that you can be comfortable with the topic

Introduction to Exponents (or Indices)_by Will EduTech
Introduction to Exponents (or Indices)_by Will EduTech

This video shows how a base is represented, when raised to a power. You will learn that the power tells us how many times the base is multiplying "itself".

Usain Bolt 9.76s v Asafa Powell 9.91s in 100m_ Rome Samsung Diamond League May 31, 2012
Usain Bolt 9.76s v Asafa Powell 9.91s in 100m_ Rome Samsung Diamond League May 31, 2012

Calculating the average speed of Usain Bolt and Asafa Powell in the Rome Samsung Diamond League Men 100m race May 31 2012. The difference between their average speed was also calculated and Usain ran 0.16m/s faster than Asafa

What is a Perpendicular Bisector_by Will EduTech
What is a Perpendicular Bisector_by Will EduTech

This video shows how to construct a perpendicular bisector by using a ruler, pencil and a pair of compasses ONLY.

What are Parallel Lines_by Will EduTech
What are Parallel Lines_by Will EduTech

A video showing how parallel lines are constructed using a pencil, ruler and a pair of compasses Only.

Line Segment and Ray_by Will EduTech
Line Segment and Ray_by Will EduTech

This lesson explain the meaning of terms used in basic geometry such as line segment and rays

Perpendicular Lines_by Will EduTech
Perpendicular Lines_by Will EduTech

After watching this video you will understand the term perpendicular lines

What are Intersecting Lines_by Will EduTech
What are Intersecting Lines_by Will EduTech

This video gives the meaning of intersecting lines

Introduction to a Plane, Point and Straight Line_by Will EduTech
Introduction to a Plane, Point and Straight Line_by Will EduTech

After watching this video you will know the meaning of a Plane, Point and straight line in geometry

What is an Angle_by Will EduTech
What is an Angle_by Will EduTech

This video gives the meaning of an angle, pictures are also used

Constructing 120 degree angle_by Will EduTech
Constructing 120 degree angle_by Will EduTech

Constructing a 120 degree angle using a pencil, ruler and a pair of compasses Only.

Constructing a 30 degrees angle_by Will EduTech
Constructing a 30 degrees angle_by Will EduTech

Showing how to construct a 30 degree angle using a pencil, ruler and a pair of compasses Only.

Constructing 60 degrees angle_by Will EduTech
Constructing 60 degrees angle_by Will EduTech

Showing how to construct a 60 degree angle using a pencil, ruler and a pair of compasses Only.

Costructing a 90 degree angle_by Will EduTech
Costructing a 90 degree angle_by Will EduTech

Constructing a 90 degree angle using a pencil, ruler and a pair of compasses Only.

Basic Graphing of Numbers on a Number Line_by Will EduTech
Basic Graphing of Numbers on a Number Line_by Will EduTech

This is a class activity on how to graph numbers on a number line, such as integers, whole numbers and natural numbers.

Finding Numbers on a Number line_by Will EduTech
Finding Numbers on a Number line_by Will EduTech

In this video you will learn how to find numbers on a number line. These numbers include fractions and decimals. Examples are given

Solving One Linear One Non-Linear Simultaneous Equations _Part 2_by Will EduTech
Solving One Linear One Non-Linear Simultaneous Equations _Part 2_by Will EduTech

Solving one linear and one non-linear simultaneous equations. This is an exam type question

Solving One Linear One Non-Linear Simultaneous Equations _Part 3_by Will EduTech
Solving One Linear One Non-Linear Simultaneous Equations _Part 3_by Will EduTech

Solving one linear and one non-linear simultaneous equations. This is an exam type question

Solving Simultaneous Equations by Substitution Part 2_by Will EduTech
Solving Simultaneous Equations by Substitution Part 2_by Will EduTech

Showing how to solve a pair of simultaneous equations by substitution.

Solving Simultaneous Equations by Substitution Part 1_by Will EduTech
Solving Simultaneous Equations by Substitution Part 1_by Will EduTech

Showing how to solve a pair of simultaneous equations by substitution.

Solving One Linear One Non-Linear Simultaneous Equations _Part 1_by Will EduTech
Solving One Linear One Non-Linear Simultaneous Equations _Part 1_by Will EduTech

Solving one linear and one non-linear simultaneous equations. This is an exam type question

Solving Quadratic Equations by using the Quadratic Formula_ Part 2_by Will EduTech
Solving Quadratic Equations by using the Quadratic Formula_ Part 2_by Will EduTech

Showing how to solve a quadratic equation by using the quadratic formula.

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