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# Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring; How anyone can learn

Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring When solving quadratic equations by factoring there are many similarities in the process but also some key differences in how we factor. The different factoring techniques are applied to different types of quadratic equations. In this post we will look at how to factor using the different factoring techniques. ...

# Determining domain and range: How anyone can learn

Determining Domain and Range There are many ways that we can represent a relation to determine if it is a function or not. Such examples we will explore are a set of points, mapping, equations, and graphs. In each case the definition of a function is the same. Every input value uniquely maps to ...

# Solving Literal Equations; how anyone can learn

Solving Literal Equations Welcome to literal equations.  The one section that stops most students in their tracks just when they feel they have the ball rolling on solving equations.  This one topic throws them off. Why? It’s different! It’s not like the other problems we have had to solve before. If you still have ...

# Time Management

For the first time this year, I allow my students to decide when they were going to take their tests (Yes, you read that right!). I wanted to make sure that when my students took their test they were going to do their absolute best rather than try to cram, cheat or stay ...