# Ch 2: Algebra II: Algebraic Expressions and Equations Review

Watch online math video lessons and learn how to evaluate algebraic expressions, combine like terms, write equations with inequalities, solve word problems and more. These video lessons are short and engaging and make learning easy!

## Algebra II: Algebraic Expressions and Equations Review - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

Use this chapter to get a refresher on some of the strategies used to solve word problems that ask you to find an unknown quantity. Instructors can show you how to cut a seemingly complicated problem down to size by translating key terms into basic arithmetic operations and solving for x. By the time you've finished viewing the lessons, you should be able to:

• Evaluate and solve simple algebraic expressions
• Simplify algebraic expressions containing both positive and negative signs
• Apply the addition and multiplication principles to solve an algebraic expression
• Develop an algebraic expression to solve a word problem

Video Objectives
What is the Correct Setup to Solve Math Problems?: Writing Arithmetic Expressions Learn how to set up mathematical expressions to solve word problems.
Understanding and Evaluating Math Formulas Get suggestions for reading mathematical formulas and choosing the right one to solve a problem.
Expressing Relationships as Algebraic Expressions Find out what a variable is and explore the use of algebraic expressions to add, subtract, multiply and divide.
Evaluating Simple Algebraic Expressions Learn how to substitute numbers for variables in an algebraic expression and solve it using the correct order of operations.
Combining Like Terms in Algebraic Expressions Explore the processes involved in combining like terms to simplify algebraic expressions.
Practice Simplifying Algebraic Expressions Understand how to combine like terms and use the distributive property to solve algebraic expressions.
Negative Signs and Simplifying Algebraic Expressions Explain how to simplify algebraic expressions by distributing negative signs.
Writing Equations with Inequalities: Open Sentences and True/False Statements Learn what an inequality is and find out how they're represented in true and false statements and open sentences.
Common Algebraic Equations: Linear, Quadratic, Polynomial and More Identify the differences between types of algebraic equations, including linear, quadratic, radical and rational.
Defining, Translating, & Solving One-Step Equations Learn how to turn key terms in a word problem into a 1-step mathematical equation.
Solving Equations Using the Addition Principle Demonstrate how the addition principle can be used to solve equations.
Solving Equations Using the Multiplication Principle Describe the use of the multiplication principle to solve equations.
Solving Equations Using Both Addition and Multiplication Principles Practice applying the addition and multiplication principles to the same equation in order to solve.
Collecting Like Terms On One Side of an Equation Identify and combine like terms in problems where they need to be collected on one side of an equation.
Solving Equations Containing Parentheses Show how the distributive property can be used to remove parentheses and combine like terms.
Translating Words to Algebraic Expressions Outline common terms associated with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
How to Solve One-Step Algebra Equations in Word Problems Apply your knowledge of terminology found in word problems to solve 1-step algebra equations.
How to Solve Equations with Multiple Steps Explain how to solve multiple-step equations by adding and subtracting first and then multiplying and dividing.
How to Solve Multi-Step Algebra Equations in Word Problems Identify steps for breaking down a word problem, writing an equation and solving it.

19 Lessons in Chapter 2: Algebra II: Algebraic Expressions and Equations Review
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