Ch 6: Problems with Radical Expressions & Equations

Learn how to solve problems with radical expressions and equations. See how our video lessons and self-assessment quizzes can enable you to successfully take the NY Integrated Algebra Regents exam.

Problems with Radical Expressions and Equations - Chapter Summary

The video lessons available through this chapter can help you understand how to evaluate problems with radical expressions, such as square roots. Knowledgeable instructors present these lessons with practice problems that can prepare you for the questions on the NY Integrated Algebra Regents exam. You'll explore topics that include:

• Estimating square roots
• Evaluating the square roots of perfect and non-perfect squares
• Simplifying complex expressions that contain square roots
• Solving the square roots of quotients
• Rationalizing denominators in radical expressions
• Adding and subtracting using radical notation
• Multiplying radical expressions with more than two terms
• Solving radical equations with two radical terms

Instructors guide you through each concise, interactive video lesson in the chapter. You can access lesson transcripts if you have further questions about any of the content. You can also take self-assessment quizzes that emulate the problems you could find on the actual Regents exam.

Problems with Radical Expressions and Equations Objectives

Receiving a Regents Diploma in the state of New York requires you to pass a series of five tests, including the Integrated Algebra Regents exam. You'll need to score a 65 or higher to pass this particular test. You'll have to answer approximately 40 questions split into four parts. The time limit is three hours.

Although most of the Integrated Algebra Regents exam is multiple choice, some questions require you to fill in the answers. You also might need to produce graphs and charts on certain questions. Important concepts featured on the exam include number theory, operations, expressions, equations, coordinate geometry and trigonometric functions.

10 Lessons in Chapter 6: Problems with Radical Expressions & Equations
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