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Concepts covered:Algebra 2, linear equations, quadratic equations, graphing inequalities, factoring

This video provides a comprehensive overview of basic Algebra 2 concepts, including solving linear equations, graphing inequalities, and factoring quadratic equations. It also covers methods for solving systems of equations and graphing quadratic functions in both vertex and standard forms.

Table of Contents1.Basic Concepts in Algebra 2: Solving Linear Equations2.Solving Fractional Equations3.Solving and Graphing Inequalities4.Solving and Graphing Inequalities5.Solving Absolute Value Equations

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Basic Concepts in Algebra 2: Solving Linear Equations

Concepts covered:linear equations, solving for x, variables, distribution, simplification

This chapter covers basic concepts in Algebra 2, focusing on solving linear equations. It provides step-by-step examples of solving equations with variables on both sides and distributing terms to simplify and solve for x.

Question 1

Adding the same number to both sides preserves equality.

Question 2

What is the result of distributing -2 in -2(3x+1)?

Question 3

What is the first step to solve 5x-4=11?

Question 4

All of the following are correct steps except...

Question 5

Select three correct steps out of the following...

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Solving Fractional Equations

Concepts covered:fractions, common denominator, cross-multiplication, simplifying equations, solving for x

This chapter explains how to solve equations involving fractions by using common denominators and cross-multiplication. It provides step-by-step examples to illustrate the process of simplifying and solving for x in different types of fractional equations.

Question 6

Cross multiplication is used when both sides are fractions.

Question 7

What is 6 times 1/2 in the equation?

Question 8

What is the common denominator of 2 and 3?

Question 9

All of the following are correct applications of solving for the total budget except...

Question 10

Select three correct steps to solve for x out of the following...

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Solving and Graphing Inequalities

Concepts covered:inequalities, number line, interval notation, open circle, closed circle

This chapter explains how to solve inequalities, graph the solutions on a number line, and represent them using interval notation. It covers various examples, detailing the steps to manipulate inequalities and the rules for using open and closed circles on a number line.

Question 11

Dividing by a negative number reverses inequality signs.

Question 12

How do you graph x > 3?

Question 13

What happens when dividing by a negative number?

Question 14

All of the following are correct applications except...

Question 15

Select three correct representations of the solution.

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Solving and Graphing Inequalities

Concepts covered:inequalities, number line, interval notation, compound inequality, graphing

This chapter explains how to solve and graph two inequalities on a number line, and how to represent the solutions using interval notation. It also covers solving a compound inequality simultaneously and plotting the solution on a number line.

Question 16

x > 3 is represented with a closed circle on a number line.

Question 17

How do you graph x > 3 on a number line?

Question 18

What is the solution for 2x + 5 ≤ -1?

Question 19

All of the following are correct applications except?

Question 20

Select three correct solutions out of the following.

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Solving Absolute Value Equations

Concepts covered:absolute value, equations, solving, non-negative, properties

This chapter explains how to solve equations involving absolute values by breaking them into two separate equations. It also emphasizes the properties of absolute value expressions, highlighting that they always yield non-negative results.

Question 21

To solve |2x - 3| = 6, set 2x - 3 to 6 and -6.

Question 22

Solve for x: |2x - 3| = 6.

Question 23

Solve for x: |x| = 4.

Question 24

All of the following are correct steps except:

Question 25

Select three correct values of x:

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