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# Algebra 1 Video Lessons

### translate word sentence into algebra expressions

### One variable equation

### Number problem solving

### Word problems

### Fraction equation

### Inequality problem

### Two variables one degree equation

### Polynomial

### Completing square

### Square root

- translate word sentence into algebra expressions
- Translate word problems and solve equations
- Solving the average speed problem
- Example of word problem solving 1
- Example of word problem solving 2

- Example of number problem solving 1
- Example of number problem solving 2
- Example of number problem solving 3
- Example of number problem solving 4
- Example of number problem solving 5

- Solving the Word problem example 1
- Solving the Word problem example 2
- Solving the Word problem example 3
- Solving the Word problem example 4
- Solving the Word problem example 5
- Solving the Word problem example 6
- Solving the Word problem example 7
- Solving the Word problem example 8

- Example of simply polynomial and solving equation
- Polynomial concept
- Example of using the difference of two squares

More examples of algebra 1 can be found by go to the home math page, from there click the Video Lessons button, then scroll down to find algebra 1 section.

The purpose of this website is to help students understand the topic of the mathematics talked in class. Help students improve the ability of self-studding. Hope students could listen carefully to the video and do the example your-self in order to find which concept to apply to solve this kind of problem, and review them later. Hope students could spend time on most important things such as, reading, writing, mathematics and science.

Mathematics can be self-learning. By good understanding mathematics, you can graduate from college no more than four years. So, you need to set a goal and works for your future, make progress each day, and get confident about yourself. Do each example yourself will help deep understanding those concepts in these topics. Opportunity is always for those who are prepared.

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