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Graphs of linear equations | Linear equations and functions | 8th grade


By Khan Academy

A video that goes over graphing linear equations on the coordinate plane. The first part of the video starts with an equation with two variables, x and y. The instructor finds sample points and then plots them. Then, he moves on to some more complicated and conceptual problems.

      01 - What are Equivalent Fractions? - (Calculate & Find Equivalent Fractions) - Part 1


      By Math and Science

      Quality Math And Science Videos that feature step-by-step example problems!

          04 - Simplify Fractions to Lowest Terms (Simplifying & Reducing Fractions) - Part 2


          By Math and Science

          Quality Math And Science Videos that feature step-by-step example problems!

              Transformations of Functions


              By The Organic Chemistry Tutor

              This precalculus video tutorial provides a basic introduction into transformations of functions. It explains how to identify the parent functions as well as vertical shifts, horizontal shifts, vertical stretching and shrinking, horizontal stretches and compressions, reflection about the x-axis, reflection about the y-axis, reflections about the origins and more. Parent functions include absolute value functions, quadratic functions, cubic functions, and radical functions. This video contains plenty of examples on graphing functions using transformations.

                  2011 Roundtable at Stanford: Redefining K-12 Education in America


                  By Lumos Learning

                  October 22, 2011 - Designing an education that truly builds the necessary skills for today's enormously diverse student population is not easy. But it's the key to opportunity for our citizens, economic vitality for our nation, and to assuring the U.S. remains a world leader. There is hope: innovations and innovators that challenge the status quo; research to help us understand how to move the education needle; a virtual army of reformers experimenting with new ways to teach, learn, and run our public schools.