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This video tutorial provides a basic review / introduction of intermediate algebra. It covers common lessons taught in a typical high school and college level course. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems. It is useful for students who need a simple midterm or final exam review for their intermediate algebra course

Here is a list of topics:

1. Solving Linear Equations

2. Solving Multi-step Equations With Variables

3. Equations With Fractions

4. Cross Multiplication Technique

5. Solving Absolute Value Equations

6. Solving Linear Inequalities

7. Graphing Inequalities on a number line Using Interval Notation

8. Graphing Linear Equations In Slope Intercept Form & Standard Form

9. Finding The Slope Between Two points

10. Writing Linear Equations In Point Slope Form and Slope Intercept Form

11. Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

12. Solving Quadratic Equations By Factoring

13. Factoring Trinomials

14. How Factor Using Difference of Perfect Squares

15. Factoring The GCF - Greatest Common Factor

16. Factoring By Grouping - 4 Terms Polynomial

17. Exponents - Basic Properties

18. Negative Exponents and Zero Exponents

19. Exponent Addition, Subtraction and Multiplication

20. Simplifying Radicals With Variables, Exponents, and Absolute Value

21. Simplifying Radicals Using Perfect Squares

22. Common Square Roots

23. Solving Equations Using The Quadratic Formula

24. Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers

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