In this lesson, students review the basic concept of an arithmetic sequence before then extending these ideas to geometric sequences. A variety of application problems are emphasized. For a…

Welcome back Yay Mathers! Synthetic Division can be a beast, unless you know what you’re doing. In that case, it’s light and easy, like “asparagus”, as one s…

Systems of two linear equations in two variables can have a single solution, no solutions, or an infinite number of solutions. This chapter explains why.

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At the beginning of class, we make a pledge to stay positive and not let the math intimidate us. Well, it worked. We took that good energy and used it to sol…

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