Intermediate Algebra Review Part 2

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Lesson Summary:

In this Intermediate Algebra Review Part 2 lesson, the instructor walks students through the process of adding and subtracting rational expressions with different denominators, finding the least common denominator, and simplifying the final answer. The lesson covers a range of topics from equations and proportions to functions and inequalities, with step-by-step solutions to each problem. Students are also introduced to the concept of complex fractions and how to simplify them using common denominators.

Lesson Description:

Solutions to a Review for Midterm 1 in Intermediate Algebra--Rational Expressions, Equations, Proportions, Work Problems, Functions, Inequalities, Interval notation, Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities.

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There is a series of 11 videos. Pdf of problems is at: https://sites.google.com/site/harlandclub/Home/math/algebra/intrevmt1

Questions answered by this video:
  • How do you add polynomial fractions with different denominators?
  • How do you find the least common denominator if fractions have polynomial denominators?
  • How do you add and simplify 5x/(4x^2 - 9) + 7/(10x + 15)?
  • How do you subtract polynomial fractions with different denominators?
  • How do you subtract and simplify (2x + 3)/(x^2 - 7x + 12) - 2/(x - 3)?
  • How do you simplify a complex fraction with variables?
  • How do you simplify (2/5 - 4/3x) / (7/15x - 2)?
  • How do you get rid of all fractions from a complex fraction?
  • Staff Review

    • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
    Several problems are solved and all work is shown and explained for all problems. This is a great series for brushing up on your Algebra skills. The problems in this video cover adding, subtracting, simplifying, and finding common denominators for rational polynomial expressions. Complex fractions are also discussed.