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By Instructor, on October 8th, 2012
exponents
Are you struggling with math? Do you learn faster if you are able to see the lesson or problems worked out? But perhaps you don’t have the time or resources to attend a class. I recently learned how to create mini math lessons with PDF video. They are a great additional resource for anyone who is teaching basic math including GED math. Each one highlights a math concept or problems on a particular math concept. Rather than just reading a workbook, students can view a lesson and see how the problems are worked out. It is kept simple. Just a pen, paper, and recording device…
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By Instructor, on July 6th, 2012
Learning how to multiply exponents with numeral coefficients can be confusing until you actually see it done. Some students simply need to see it worked out and then they understand it.
It is also an important concept in algebra if you homeschool your children, provide tutoring support, or general GED math help. Great video for all kinds of math help.
This video is part three of a series of learning the exponent rules. If you would like to check out others, go to the video page of worksheetsdirect.com
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