Ch 1: ASSET Intermediate Algebra: Graphing Basics

About This Chapter

Prepare to pass the ASSET Intermediate Algebra Test by watching this chapter's engaging videos on graphing basics. The chapter's self-assessment quizzes can ready you for the corresponding questions you'll encounter during the testing process.

ASSET Intermediate Algebra: Graphing Basics - Chapter Summary

Develop your knowledge of mathematics concepts so that you'll be ready when you take the ASSET Intermediate Algebra Test. This chapter on graphing basics includes video lessons on grids, coordinate pairs, Descartes coordinates and parabolas. You can watch the videos online. They'll review writing ordered pairs as well as outline three major parabola forms. Study this chapter if you'd like to be able to:

  • Identify the points on the coordinate plane
  • Recognize the components of a graph
  • Understand the concept of the Cartesian coordinate plane
  • Graph horizontal and vertical parabolas
  • Describe different kinds of parabolas

Even if you prefer to learn by reading, the video lessons are fun to watch. You can also listen to the instructors' narration as you follow along with the reflective written transcripts. Study in your spare time with the help of your mobile or desktop technology. One click stops or starts the online lessons instantly. There are also video tags that direct you to the lessons' main points. Access them by clicking the timeline feature and selecting your chosen topic. Short quizzes will test your knowledge.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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