Best Quadratic podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Videopodcasts based on various Math Concepts such as: Quadratic Functions - Parabolas and Completing the Square - Polynomials - Expanding, Simplifying Exponent Rules - Algebra II

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Ms. Martin and Ms. Wu take you through the exciting world of solving quadratics. What better way to prepare for you final than getting some helpful hints from this two experienced and entertaining teachers. …

Mr. Haley shows how to use the graphing calculator to find linear regressions on data sets. By noreply@blogger.com (Carl Haley).

Mr. Haley explains how to use the graphing calculator to come up with a linear regression on a set of data points. By noreply@blogger.com (Carl Haley).

Mr. Haley goes over all the problems from Day 2 of the Stats Unit. By noreply@blogger.com (Carl Haley).

Mr. Haley explains how to construct a cumulative frequency graph and then use it to find the media and upper/lower quartile. By noreply@blogger.com (Carl Haley).

Mr. Haley explains pie charts, histrograms, bar charts and stem/leaf plots. By noreply@blogger.com (Carl Haley).

Mr. Haley explains how to graph linear inequalities. By noreply@blogger.com (Carl Haley).

Mr. Haley figures out everything we can do with two points including finding the midpoint, the distance between them, their slope and the equation of a line that passes through them. By noreply@blogger.com (Carl Haley).

Today will learn the steps on how to use the quadratic formula to solve quadratics.By noreply@blogger.com (Carl Haley).

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KEY CONCEPTS:First step to factoring, is to find a common factor.After that, regardless of whether there is a common factor or not is to count the number of terms.Based on that will determine how to Factor

KEY CONCEPTS:Notice that your trinomial is a quadratic function, where the value of a is NOT equal to 1.Use the sum-product rulei.) find 2 numbers that multiply to your "a" and "c" value, that ALSO ADD up to your "b" value.< ...…

KEY CONCEPTS:(a+b)^2 = a^2+2ab+b^2- square your a value - first term of your Perfect Square Trinomial- square your b value - third term of your Perfect Square Trinomial- multiply your a and b value together and then multiply that value by 2 to get your middle term of yo ...…

KEY CONCEPTS:F.O.I.L Method - First - Outer - Inner - LastMultiplying binomials form trinomials

KEY CONCEPTS:The following podcasts investigates table of values for quadratic functions. Understanding that difference we can graph other quadratic functions without the need to complete a table of values.

KEY CONCEPTS: In this video we see how Quadratic Function written in the form of:y=ax^2+k - will lead us to a vertex of (0,k)

KEY CONCEPTS: In this video we look at the 1,3,5-Pattern for graphing quadratic function (parabolas). These videos are intended for the viewer to steer away from using Table of Values and to use the Vertex form along with the 1,3,5-Pattern.How did we come up with the 1,3,5-Pattern? ...…

KEY CONCEPTS:The following video looks at the various ways that quadratic functions can be written. Be on the lookout for such equations, because if you ever come across them you'll know they form a parabola.

KEY CONCEPTS:When multiplying monomials, multiply:- numbers with numbers- same letters with same letters**NOTE: When multiplying the letters with one another keep in mind the exponent rule for multiplying powers ...…

KEY CONCEPTS:same rules apply like when multiplying monomials, except that we are dividing. Also remember the exponent rule, when powers have the same base, subtract the exponents.

KEY CONCEPTS:When subtracting polynomials, distribute the negative from outside of the brackets by REVERSING the signs of all the terms within the brackets.

KEY CONCEPTS:Since the function outside of the SECOND set of brackets is a positive you can simply remove the brackets and collect like terms.LIKE TERMS: terms that have the same variable (letter) as well as the same exponent. Whe ...…   