31 Videos for "method 2"

Substitutions Involving e^x or ln(x)  Problem 2
Math › Calculus › Antiderivatives and Differential Equations
How to use the method of substitution when the antiderivatives involve e^x or ln[x]. 
Multiplying Monomials and/or Binomials and FOIL  Problem 6
Math › Algebra › Polynomials
An area, or geometric model for multiplying polynomials is explored through a "rectangle" or "box" method of organizing terms. 
Difference of Perfect Squares  Problem 6
Math › Algebra › Factoring
An exploration of three methods for understanding how to factor the difference of perfect squares. 
Factoring Trinomials, a is not 1  Problem 8
Math › Algebra › Factoring
Guess and check and FOIL method for factoring trinomials where the "a" value is not prime 
Factoring Trinomials, a = 1  Problem 9
Math › Algebra › Factoring
A box, or rectangle area representation of factoring trinomials, here where "a" = 1 
Factoring Trinomials, a = 1  Problem 5
Math › Algebra › Factoring
Overview of factoring with an area, or rectangle method 
Factoring Trinomials, a is not 1  Problem 5
Math › Algebra › Factoring
Factoring with an area, or rectangle method when "a" is not one 
Factoring Trinomials, a is not 1  Problem 7
Math › Algebra › Factoring
Factoring trinomials where the "a" value is prime, using a guess and method 
Multiplying Polynomials using Area Models  Problem 4
Math › Algebra › Polynomials
An area, or geometric model for multiplying polynomials is explored through a "rectangle" or "box" method of organizing terms. 
Factoring Trinomials, a is not 1  Problem 6
Math › Algebra › Factoring
A method for factoring trinomials that always works, even if "a" is not one: using a diamond, and then factoring by grouping 
Factoring Trinomials, a is not 1  Problem 11
Math › Algebra › Factoring
A geometric interpretation of factoring trinoimals that uses a length times width equals area rectangular model. A "diamond puzzle" is used to find the rectangle's subareas.