Provides a thorough step-by-step approach to combining like terms. Takes the student through important vocabulary used, as well as examples to help explain the topic. Several pages of notes are offered along with relevant links at the end.
The lesson from WyzAnt begins with a review of the definition of exponents then proceeds to several examples which show the definition in action. Special cases such as those involving negative bases as well as the zero exponent and the exponent of 1 are also discussed. An interactive resource at the end of the lesson is provided for student practice.
The calculator determines whether a fraction, mixed number, or improper fraction is equal to, less than, or greater than another. Learners can enter whole numbers, mixed numbers, or fractions into the calculator.
Students learn how to simplify multiple positive or negative signs. The resource consists of lessons with examples, a combining like terms calculator, an equation calculator, and a worksheet to check for comprehension.
The practice sheet reviews how to solve equations using the quadratic formula. The resource consists of 20 questions with answers available.
This site from WyzAnt explores what simplifying is, as well as how to simplify a variety of algebraic equations. Content focuses on simplifying multiple signs, combining like terms, simplifying multiplication, distributing a number or sign into parenthesis, using the FOIL method to multiply two or more parenthesis, and simplifying exponents of a number.
Heres a comprehensive review of the basics of algebra. WyzAnt includes lessons on varied topics, calculators that show step-by-step solutions, and interactive worksheets for practicing and testing your skills. Just choose a topic and use Algegrahelp.coms "collection of tools created to assist students and teachers of algebra."