This online math video tutorial /lecture shows you how to learn basic arithmetic fast and easy. It contains plenty of examples and practice problems including drill quizzes to help you boost your math skills to the next level. Whether you’re in middle school, high school, college or an adult who wants to learn math, this video is for you. This math video is great for kids who wish to excel at it.

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Here is a list topics:

1. How To Add and Subtract Real Numbers Using a Number Line

2. How To Add Negative Numbers

3. How To Perform Simple Addition and Subtraction By Hand

4. How To Multiply Two Numbers In Your Head – Mental Math

5. Basic Arithmetic Operations – Multiplication and Long Division

6. How To Add, Subtract, Multiply and Divide Fractions

7. How To Convert Improper Fractions Into Mixed Numbers

8. How To Subtract By Borrowing a 1 Method

9. Division of Fractions – Keep Change Flip Principle

10. How To Convert Fractions To Decimals Mentally and Using Long Division

11. How To Divide Two Numbers Using Reverse Multiplication

12. How To Convert Percent Into Decimal

13. How To Find The Percentage of a Number

14. How To Calculate Original and Final Price Using Sales Tax

15. How To Do Simple Multiplication By Using Money as an Illustration

16. Order of Operations Review – PEMDAS

17. How To Simplify Negative and Zero Exponents

18. How To Evaluate Numbers With Fractional Exponents

19. How To Evaluate Logarithms Especially Logs With Fractions

20. How To Find Square Root of a Number

21. Square of Negative Numbers – Imaginary Number i

22. How To Simplify Radical Expressions – Square & Cube Roots Using Perfect Squares & Cubes

23. How To Add and Subtract Radical Expressions

24. How To Convert Scientific Notation to Standard or Decimal

25. How To Multiply and Divide Numbers In Scientific Notation

26. How To Square Root of a Number In Scientific Notation

27. How To Factor Trinomials By Grouping

28. GCF – Greatest Common Factor

29. How To Solve Equations By Factoring – Difference of Perfect Squares Method

30. How To use The Quadratic Formula To Solve Equations

31. How To Solve Linear Equations Containing Decimals, Fractions, and Parentheses

32. How To Graph Linear and Quadratic Equations

33. How To Write The Equation of Line in Point Slope Form and Slope Intercept Form

34. How To Calculate The Slope of a Line Given Two Points

35. How To Graph Parabolic, Quadratic, Cubic, Absolute Value, Rational, and Radical Equations Using Transformations

36. Domain and Range For Quadratic Functions

37. How To Identify The Minimum and Maximum Point of a Quadratic Equation

38. How To Identify The Vertex and Axis of Symmetry of a Quadratic Equation

39. Reflection about the x axis, y axis, and the origin

40. Horizontal and vertical shifts.

41. Parent Functions of Exponential and Logarithmic Graphs and Equations

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This is what I need for the ged ready and GED test. I know I'll get this in do time it's in order to get it rite all the time.

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Thank you so much, this really refreshed my mind a lot.

Not gonna lie, i have learning disabilities and you explained this way better than any teacher ever has to me,thank you.

Isnt there or shouldnt there be some kind of mark next to a minis or a negitive so they are different when next to each other so its understood the difference between the both or is it that there are no other instances where you would get both a minus and a negitive next to each other so the understanding would always be that the line before the number is always (negitive) and the line after a number is always minus.

Is this correct ?

Thanks

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I am going to use this, for school and try to see where i get to, hope i will impress my teacher.