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- Ratios and rates
- Percents in word problems
- Compounding interest formulas
- Taxes and discounts
- Math combinations
- Solutions for problems with time
- Distance formulas
1. Ratios & Rates: Definitions & Examples
In mathematics, a ratio indicates the number of times that a smaller number is contained within a larger number, while a rate expresses a ratio for two quantities measured in different units. Explore the definitions and examples of ratios and rates, learn how to compare them, and solve practice problems.
2. How to Solve Problems with Money
Some mathematical word problems focus on money, using real-world situations to calculate how much money is on hand and how much is needed to make purchases. Learn how to solve problems with money, and see several sample problems.
3. Proportion: Definition, Application & Examples
A problem with a proportion, which is a set of ratios that equal each other, can be solved with cross-multiplication. Learn about proportions, see sample problems, and learn how to calculate percent problems.
4. Calculations with Ratios and Proportions
Ratios allow us a way to mathematically compare two or more items, and proportions can help us find out even more information. Learn the definition of ratios and proportions, and understand how to calculate ratio and proportion problems.
5. Percents: Definition, Application & Examples
Percent means per hundred and is expressed with the symbol %. Explore the definition, application, and example practice problems of percents and learn how to use percents with fractions and decimals.
6. How to Solve Word Problems That Use Percents
To solve percent word problems, one follows four steps. Learn different ways of finding the percent, about finding the whole and the part, and percent change.
7. How to Solve Interest Problems: Steps & Examples
If a person is trying to learn how to better save money, it's important that they learn about interest. This lesson explores how to calculate interest, how to find the interest, how time plays a part in dealing with interest, and how to find the interest rate.
8. Compounding Interest Formulas: Calculations & Examples
Compound interest refers to interest calculated on both the principal amount of a loan or investment as well as on the accumulated interest. Learn about compounding interest formulas, review the calculations, and work examples. Understand the difference between simple and compound interest, and recognize the importance of the order of operations in calculating compound interest.
9. Taxes & Discounts: Calculations & Examples
Shopping taxes and discounts are two calculations consumers need to understand. Learn the connection between math and shopping, examine examples and calculations for taxes and discounts, and review examples of tax as well as tax and discount calculations.
10. Math Combinations: Formula and Example Problems
Factorials are used to compute for a combination. Learn more about these concepts, solve the example problems in this video using the combination discussed herein, and learn an easy technique for combination problems.
11. How to Calculate a Permutation
A permutation is a process for placing things into a linear order. Learn how to calculate a permutation. Explore factorials and permutation notations, and review examples of permutation calculations.
12. How to Solve Problems with Time
Teamwork can help save time on complex tasks. Explore the work-rate formula, and learn how to solve for the time it takes for one individual and multiple individuals to complete a task, in order to compare the results.
13. Distance Formulas: Calculations & Examples
Distance formulas are used to compute the distance between two points. Learn how to solve for distance, rate, and time using the given examples, and explore calculations of distance from 'distance plus distance' problems and 'distance and fuel' problems.
14. What is a Scale Factor? - Definition, Formula & Examples
A scale factor is the ratio of the corresponding sides of two similar objects. Study the definition of the scale factor and its importance, understand the use of the scale factor formula by viewing examples, and learn about blueprint reading, and model figures.
15. Common Tangent: Definition & Construction
A common tangent is a line that is perpendicular to more than one circle. Explore the definition and construction of common tangents. Learn about infinite common tangents, as well as internal and external common tangents.
16. Distance in Math: Formula & Concept
Distance is a numerical description of how far apart two objects are. This lesson describes the mathematical formula for determining distance and gives some examples.
17. Equivalence Relation: Definition & Examples
An equivalence relation is a type of comparison between elements that are reflexive, symmetric, and transitive. Explore the ways that these conditions are evaluated through examples of equivalence between different types of berries, words with the same three letters, and natural numbers.
18. Equivalent Ratios: Definition & Examples
Equivalent ratios, like equivalent fractions, are numbers with the same value. Explore the definitions of equivalent ratios and equivalent fractions with examples of each.
19. Equivalent Sets: Definition & Example
A set is a group of elements in brackets that are related to one another. Learn about the differences and similarities between an equal set and an equivalent set, describe the notion of equivalent sets, and how to define cardinality.
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