Need to brush up on your algebra? We’ve prepared a refresher on some of the most common topics. This tutorial isn’t equivalent to a full Algebra course, but it covers some algebra and pre-algebra fundamentals, including strategies for solving word problems.

When we come to the end of our arithmetic we do not content ourselves with guesses; we proceed to algebra — that is to say, to dealing logically with the fact of our own ignorance. …

Instead of guessing whether we are to call it nine, or seven, or a hundred and twenty, or a thousand and fifty, let us agree to call it x, and let us always remember that x stands for the Unknown. … This method of solving problems by honest confession of one’s ignorance is called Algebra.

The Arabs had some cousins who lived not far off from Arabia and who called themselves Hebrews. A taste for Algebra seems to have run in the family. Three Algebras grew up among the Hebrews. I should think they are the grandest and most useful that ever were heard of or dreamed of on earth.

This course will serve as an introduction to the world of algebra and pre-algebra fundamentals, including strategies for solving word problems.

 

Course Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction To Order Of Operations
Basics Of Order Of Operations 00:05:00
Exponents 00:05:00
Negative Numbers 00:05:00
Reciprocals And Inverse Numbers 00:05:00
Section 2: Basics Of Algebra
Introduction 00:05:00
Writing Algebraic Expression 00:05:00
Simplifying Expressions 00:05:00
Section 3: Word Problems
Introduction To Word problems 00:05:00
Distance Problem 00:10:00
Quiz 00:00:00

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