In this lesson, Eric and Darrell discuss how to write expressions for the area and volume of figures using variables, while also teaching how to combine like terms and simplify expressions. Through examples, students learn how to calculate the area and volume of squares and cubes, and are then challenged to apply this knowledge to solve problems. Additionally, the lesson covers how to combine like terms and distribute numbers within parentheses to simplify expressions.
Writing expressions for the area and volume of figures using variables. Combining like terms and simplifying expressions is also discussed.
Questions answered by this video:
How do you find area using variables?
How do you write an expression for area of a rectangle?
How do you combine like terms?
What are like terms?
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A good introduction to finding area and volume of geometric figures. Also, a brief discussion of how to combine like terms. Good video overall for learning about area, volume, and like terms.