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4434Prealgebra Module 1 Section 1: Order Relations of Whole Numbers
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Prealgebra Lesson on Order Relations of Whole Numbers. Objectives: Student will use order relations to compare whole numbers. Student will use rules of estimation and rounding to compare whole numbersSection 4: Order of Operations
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The student will use the order of operations to solve equations and evaluate expressions.yHomework
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Enter your math expression, problem or equation, and get the full step-by-step solution! Just the same as your teacher would write on the board, and just the same as you would solve it in your notebook.Introduction to Differential Equations
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This lesson received an honorable mention for the 2011 SoftChalk Lesson Challenge.'Differential equations show up in many areas of science and technology. In fact, they turn up any time there is a relation involving some continuously varying quantities and ther rates of change. We have actually dealt with differntial equations before. A common modeling problem involving differential equations is the determination of the velocity of a ball falling which has an acceleration which is the acceleration due to gravity minus the acceleration due to air resistance. This is a differential equation because the derivative of the velocity of the ball depends on the velocity, thus finding the velocity as a function of time involves.' solving a differential equation.'In this section we willExamine the basic form of differential equationsVerify solutions to differential equationsDetermine slope fields for differential equationsFind solutions to differential equations numerically using Euler's methodFind solutions to differential equations using seperation of variables.'The Real Numbers
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This lesson was the second place winner in the 2012 SoftChalk Lesson Challenge.The lesson has the following objectives: AState the integer that corresponds to a real-world situation.BGraph rational numbers on the number line.CConvert from fraction notation for a rational number to decimal notation.DDetermine which of two real numbers is greater and indicate which, using < or >.EFind the absolute value of a real number.FIdentify numbers that are members of the Real Number System.https://www.softchalkconnect.com/course/files/tcwhepPU2LS0B8/sequences/seq_ex.JPG
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This lesson received an honorable mention in the 2012 SoftChalk Lesson Challenge.'In this lesson we begin to examine what happens when we have a list of numbers, known as a sequence. We will determine when these lists of numbers, or sequences, have a pattern, when we can generalize that pattern to find any term and what it looks like if we sum up the numbers in the sequence. Let's start off with a few definitions and some terminology and from there we will see how we can determine their behavior.'Beginning Algebra – Graphing
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This lesson received an honorable mention in the 2010 SoftChalk Lesson Challenge.The objectives of this lesson are:3.1Graph ordered pairs on a rectangular coordinate system.3.2Find solutions to linear equations in two variables.Determine whether an ordered pair is a solution to a linear equation in two variables.3.3Graph a linear equation in two variables.Graph horizontal lines, vertical lines, and lines through the origin.3.4Find the intercepts of a line from the equation of the line.Use intercepts to graph a line.3.5Find the slope of a line from two points on the line.Graph a line given the slope and y-intercept.3.6Find the equation of a line given the slope and y-intercept of the line.Find the slope and y-intercept of a line given the equation of the line.Find the equation of a line given a point on the line and the slope of the line.Find the equation of a line given two points on the line.Q&A Education site for Science, Engineering and Tech Students
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We have deveoped and provide access to an extensive, interactive self-review library covering 26 lecture modules in general astronomy to give students instruction tailored to their rate of learning and mathematical abilities, with personal feedback, as they integrate new knowledge into their existing view of the universe. Students typically complete 1,600 problems over a semester, drawing from an archive of over 12,000 questions presenting both conceptual and mathematically-focused challenges.A companion instructor analysis tool for reviewing student work archives copies of each exercise completed by every student, including the details of incorrect answers, and reveals trends with topic and time for individuals and groups. Instructors are able to monitor individual and group progress, tracking every facet of student action and the global response to individual topics of study.Individual accounts are available by request to both students and to intructors and their classes of students.DevEd Math Prep Tutorial 2
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