An expression is a combination of numbers, operators, grouping symbols (such as brackets and parentheses) and/or free variables and bound variables arranged in a meaningful way which can be evaluated. Bound variables are assigned values within the expression (they are for internal use) while free variables can take on values from outside the expression.

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Combining Like Terms

**Video Clip Length:** 1 minute 13 seconds

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This tutorial shows how to combine like terms in given polynomial, the variables, and the constants. You will learn to combine the coefficients of the same variable as well as pay attention to the signs of coefficients, for there are different rules for different signs and same signs.

This tutorial shows how to combine like terms in given polynomial, the variables, and the constants. You will learn to combine the coefficients of the same variable as well as pay attention to the signs of coefficients, for there are different rules for different signs and same signs.

Solving Equations with Decimal Coefficients and involving Decimal Division

**Video Clip Length:** 3 minutes 5 seconds

**Video Clip Views:** 45258

The tutorial will show you how to solve the linear equation for missing variable, k. You need to combine like terms, the variables, k, first. Then, you need to simplify by using additive inverses and then to continue to solve for k.

The tutorial will show you how to solve the linear equation for missing variable, k. You need to combine like terms, the variables, k, first. Then, you need to simplify by using additive inverses and then to continue to solve for k.

Solving Multi Step Equations 2

**Video Clip Length:** 2 minutes 12 seconds

**Video Clip Views:** 40378

This tutorial will show you how to solve linear equations with multiple steps. In order to solve for y, you need to combine like terms. First, reduce by adding constants on the left hand side together, then next, you should combine like terms, y's, and then get y by itself with undoing mutliplication using division.

This tutorial will show you how to solve linear equations with multiple steps. In order to solve for y, you need to combine like terms. First, reduce by adding constants on the left hand side together, then next, you should combine like terms, y's, and then get y by itself with undoing mutliplication using division.

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Erica hiked up a mountain trial

Erica hiked up a mountain trial at 3km/h and returned at 4k/h. The entire trip took five hours 10 min including the half an hour she spent at the ...

Erica hiked up a mountain trial at 3km/h and returned at 4k/h. The entire trip took five hours 10 min including the half an hour she spent at the ...

Mr. Jenkins can dig a ditch

Mr. Jenkins can dig a ditch in one hour less then his son. Working together, they can do the job in 2\3 hour. How long does it take for ...

Mr. Jenkins can dig a ditch in one hour less then his son. Working together, they can do the job in 2\3 hour. How long does it take for ...

Crane A can unload the container ship

Crane A can unload the container ship in 10 hours, and crane B can unload it in 14 hours. Crane A started to unload the ship at noon and was joined by crane B at 2 P....

Crane A can unload the container ship in 10 hours, and crane B can unload it in 14 hours. Crane A started to unload the ship at noon and was joined by crane B at 2 P....

expressions homework help word problems for 10th grade math students.

hq - mk = ks + nt solve for k

-4x+9x=10

the graph of the function y =log^{5}x appears in which quadrants?

Simplify: 19g-4h+4-20(g-1)

a + (4/5) a + b - (10/4)b

nine hundred seven less than twice x

√75

2 + (4 -2)^{2}

(-3) + (-4) - (-5)

x/2-x-1/3=5

2y/y+4=3/y-1

Simplify the expression:

(3x^{2}y)(-xy)^{2}

(3x

What is 6x + 3x?

2(a^{2}-b^{2})(ab)+a^{4} b^{4}

______________

a^{4}-b^{4}

______________

a

6x-3(1+6x)

Three more than eight times a number is equal to 19

1/4=3-(2x-1)/(x+2)

(3/2)x = 125

4-(x)/(x-2)=(-2)/(x-2)

√x+20-x=0

(r^{3}s^{-1} / r^{2}s^{6})^{-1}

12 more than a number t

What is the value of the rational expression below when x is equal to 3?

x+1

x-4

x+1

x-4

coefficients of 4e^{+7}e^{+5}

2√18

1/9+1/x=4/9

Seven times the product of negative five and a number.

7+[(6-2)*2*2]

3n-8n+2n

3(x+3)-7 simplify

1570536900*x^{-2} = 100

4x-2x^{2}/5x-7x^{2}

a rectangular shape has a length-to-width ratio of approximately 5 to 3.a designer can use the experssion 1/3(5w) to find the length of such a rectangle with a given width ...

47 more than b

2x+5=x-3

2(x-3)+5x

4-(-5+x)+6x

-2x-3=-7

(-2mat+2k)+(3k+ak)

What are careers that use radical equations?

find the value of the coefficient of 1/x in the expansion (2x - 1/x)^5

5x-9+6x+1

A polynomial in x has degree 3. The coefficient of x2 is 3 less than the coefficient of x3. Te coefficient of x is three times the coefficient of x2. The remaining coefficient is more than the coefficient of x3. The sum of the coefficients is -4...

expressions homework help questions for 10th grade math students.

Is there a word problem involving rational algebraic expressions?

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Remediation for my chemistry students who are, on the average, 10th graders.

I hope to get a better understanding on how to factor out expressions.

Your site will help me to become more of a scholar and keep me head on my academics as an uprising 10th grader.

It will help me prepare for the 10th grade.

Understand evaluating expressions with decimals more better.

To learn how to work word problems, algebraic expressions with variables, rates,y=mx+b or y=mx-b, and knowing what these variables stand for on a graph, fractions conversions etc.

I hope your site will help me to understant radical expressions.

I want to use the videos for my 10th grade class.

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