• Number of Diagonals in a Polygon - Problem 1

Math›Geometry›Reasoning, Diagonals, Angles and Parallel Lines
How to determine the number of diagonals in a polygon when you know the number of sides.
• Adding and Subtracting Complex Numbers - Problem 1

How to add and subtract complex numbers.
• Number of Handshakes at a Party - Problem 2

Math›Geometry›Reasoning, Diagonals, Angles and Parallel Lines
How to determine the number of people at a party when you know the number of handshakes possible.
• Introduction to Imaginary Numbers - Problem 6

Introduction to complex numbers.
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• Number of Handshakes at a Party - Problem 1

Math›Geometry›Reasoning, Diagonals, Angles and Parallel Lines
How to determine the number of handshakes possible when you know the number of people at a party.
• Number of Diagonals in a Polygon - Problem 2

Math›Geometry›Reasoning, Diagonals, Angles and Parallel Lines
How to determine the number of sides in a polygon when you know the number of diagonals.
• Introduction to Imaginary Numbers - Problem 5

Introduction to imaginary numbers.
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• Compound Interest (Finite Number of Calculations) - Problem 6

Math›Precalculus›Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Determining how long it takes for an investment to double with a finite number of interest compoundings per year.
• Dividing Complex Numbers - Problem 6

How to divide complex numbers.
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• Introduction to Imaginary Numbers - Problem 3

How to describe the absolute value of a complex number.
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• Compound Interest (Finite Number of Calculations) - Problem 6

Math›Algebra 2›Inverse, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Determining how long it takes for an investment to double with a finite number of interest compoundings per year.

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• Number of Diagonals in a Polygon - Concept

Math›Geometry›Reasoning, Diagonals, Angles and Parallel Lines
How to determine the number of diagonals in a polygon.

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• Applied Linear Equations: Consecutive Numbers - Concept

Math›Algebra 2›Linear Equations
How to solve a problem involving consecutive integers.
• Dividing Complex Numbers - Problem 7

Rationalizing denominators where there is a root of a negative number, meaning we'll likely have an imaginary result.
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• Applied Linear Equations: Consecutive Numbers - Concept

Math›Precalculus›Linear Equations and Inequalities
How to solve a problem involving consecutive integers.
• Applied Linear Equations: Consecutive Numbers - Problem 1

Math›Precalculus›Linear Equations and Inequalities
How to solve a problem involving consecutive odd integers.
• Applied Linear Equations: Consecutive Numbers - Problem 1

Math›Algebra 2›Linear Equations
How to solve a problem involving consecutive odd integers.