# Basic Algebra Videos

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• 0 ### TI Nspire™ CX CAS Tutorial - Basic Fraction Operations

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• 0 ### TI Nspire™ CX CAS Tutorial - Solving Basic Equations - YouTube

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• 0 ### Problem Solving: Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers

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• 1 ### Problem Solving Using Whole Number Operations

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• 0 ### Find the Difference of an Original and Sale Price (Whole Numbers)

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• 0 ### Example: Determining the Square Footage of a House

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• 0 ### Example 1: Solve a Problem using Distance = Rate x Time

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• 0 ### Example 2: Solve a Problem using Distance = Rate x Time

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• 0 ### Ex: Determine the Perimeter of a Rectangle Involving Whole Numbers

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• 0 ### Ex: Determine the Area of a Rectangle Involving Whole Numbers

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• 0 ### Ex: Determine the Area of a Pentagon By Decomposing the Area (Rect + Tri)

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• 0 ### Ex: Find the Area of an L-Shaped Polygon Involving Whole Numbers

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• 0 ### Ex: Find the Perimeter of an L-shaped Polygon Involving Whole Numbers

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• 0 ### Evaluate an Expression Using the Order of Operations: a+b(c+d)

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• 0 ### Evaluate an Expression Using the Order of Operations: a+b(c-d)

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• 0 ### Evaluate an Expression Using the Order of Operations: a/b+(c-d)^2

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• 0 ### Evaluate an Expression Using the Order of Operations: a+b(c+d), (a+b)(c+d)

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• 0 ### Evaluate an Expression Using the Order of Operations: a+b/c+d*f

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• 0 ### Evaluate an Expression Using the Order of Operations: a-b(c*d-e)

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• 0 ### Ex 1: Evaluate an Expression using Order of Operations: a^2-bcd (integers)

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• 0 ### Ex 2: Evaluate an Expression using Order of Operations: a^2-bcd (integers)

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• 0 ### Ex 3: Evaluate an Expression using Order of Operations: a^2-bcd (integers)

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• 0 ### Ex 4: Evaluate an Expression using Order of Operations: a^2-bcd (integers)

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• 0 ### Ex: Evaluate an Expressions Using Order of Operations: a/b*c , a-b+c (integers)

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• 0 ### Ex: Evaluate an Expression Using Order of Operations: a-b*c (integers)

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• 0 ### Example: Write Repeated Multiplication in Exponential Form

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• 0 ### Ex 1: Prime Factorization Using Stacked Division

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• 0 ### Ex 2: Prime Factorization Using Stacked Division

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• 0 ### Examples Part 1: Evaluating Variable Expressions

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• 0 ### Examples Part 2: Evaluating Variable Expressions

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• 0 ### Simplify Basic Expressions in Fraction Form

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• 0 ### Ex 1: Simplify an Expression in Fraction form (Order of Operations)

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• 0 ### Ex 2: Simplify an Expression in Fraction form (Order of Operations)

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• 0 ### Ex 3: Simplify an Expression in Fraction form (Order of Operations)

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• 0 ### Ex: Evaluate an Expressing Using the Order of Operations

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• 0 ### Ex: Evaluate Expressions - Square of a Sum and the Sum of Squares

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• 0 ### Examples: Evaluate Exponential Expressions

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• 0 ### Example 1: Evaluate An Expression Using The Order of Operations

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• 0 ### Example 2: Evaluate An Expression Using The Order of Operation

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• 0 ### Example 3: Evaluate An Expression Using The Order of Operation

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• 0 ### Additive and Multiplicative Reason - The Tree Problem

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• 0 ### Additive and Multiplicative Reason - The Broomstick Problem

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• 0 ### Multiplicative Reasoning - Comparing Savings Accounts

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• 0 ### Ex: Rounding to the Nearest Ten - Number Line / Formal Rules

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• 0 ### Ex: Rounding to the Nearest Hundred - Number Line / Formal Rules

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• 0 ### Ex: Rounding to the Various Place Values - Number Line / Formal Rules

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• 0 ### Ex: Round a 3 Digit Number to Tens and Ten Thousands (tricky)

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• 0 ### Ex: Round a 4 Digit Number to Tens and Ten Thousands (tricky)

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• 0 ### Ex: Round a 4 Digit Number to Hundreds and Thousands (tricky)

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• 0 ### Estimating Addition and Subtraction Problems Involving Whole Numbers

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• 0 ### Estimating Multiplication and Division Problems Involving Whole Numbers

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• 0 ### Solving Equations by Addition and Subtraction

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• 3 ### Ex: Solve One Step Equations By Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers (Var. on Left)

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• 0 ### Ex: Solve One Step Equations By Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers (Var on Right)

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• 0 ### Solving Equations by Multiplying and Dividing

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• 0 ### Ex: Solve One Step Equations By Multiplying and Dividing Whole Numbers (Var. on Left)

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• 0 ### Ex: Solve One Step Equations By Multiplying and Dividing Whole Numbers(Var on Right)

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• 0 ### Partitive Division with Base 10 Blocks: 3 Digit Divided by 1 Digit with No Remainder

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• 0 ### Column Divisions: 3 Digit Divided by 1 Digit with Remainder

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• 0 ### Partitive Division with Base 10 Blocks: 3 Digit Divided by 1 Digit with Remainder

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• 0 ### Ex: Long Division - Four Digit Divided by One Digit (With Remainder)

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• 0 ### Ex: Division Using Partial Quotient - Four Digit Divided by One Digit (With Remainder)

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• 0 ### Ex: Long Division - 3 Digit Divided by 2 Digit (No Remainder)

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• 0 ### Ex: Division Using Partial Quotient - 3 Digit Divided by 2 Digit (No Remainder)

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• 0 ### Ex: Long Division - 3 Digit Divided by 2 Digit (With Remainder)

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• 0 ### Ex: Division Using Partial Quotient - 3 Digit Divided by 2 Digit (With Remainder)

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• 0 ### Ex: Long Division - 4 Digit Divided by 2 Digit (No Remainder)

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• 0 ### Ex: Division Using Partial Quotient - 4 Digit Divided by 2 Digit (No Remainder)

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• 0 ### Ex: Long Division - 4 Digit Divided by 2 Digit (With Remainder)

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• 0 ### Ex: Division Using Partial Quotient - Four Digit Divided by One Digit (With Remainder)

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• 0 ### >Multiply Whole Numbers to Solve Applications

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• 0 ### Divide Whole Numbers to Solve Applications

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• 0 ### Divide and Multiply Whole Numbers to Solve Applications

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• 0 ### Total Cost using Addition and Multiplication

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• 0 ### Mental Math: Multiplication Using Compensation

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• 0 ### Partial Quotients - Dividing Whole Numbers

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• 0 ### Example: Dividing Whole Numbers without a Remainder

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• 0 ### Example: Dividing Whole Numbers with a Remainder

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