Today, we’re going to look at slope — the grade of a straight line on the coordinate plane. Specifically, we’re looking at how to use the rise over run formula to measure a line’s slope. This is sometimes also called the “slope formula,” which states that slope = (change in y)/(change in x), or (y1 […]
Multiplying fractions is a piece of cake! In this article you’ll learn all you need to know about multiplying fractions, including mixed fraction methods.
Radical expressions in mathematics involve square roots, cube roots, and the like. Simplifying radicals and working with radical expressions are important!
Exponents can be tricky. We’ll review the laws of exponents and gain practice working out problems involving negative exponents and fractional exponents.