## Math Analysis – Convert Polar Coordinates to Rectangular Coordinates

## Math Analysis – Polar Coordinates Basics

## Math Analysis – Factor Theorem on polynomials

Factor Theorem In this tutorial the students will learn how to use the Factor Theorem. The factor theorem can be use to prove that a binomial is a factor of a polynomial. The students will accomplish this by using synthetic and long division. Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) AII.8 The student will investigate and describe the relationships… Read More »

## Math Analysis – Trigonometric Equations Playlist

Trigonometric Equations Playlist The students will view a set of concise tutorials on the subject of Trigonometric Equations!

## Math Analysis – Synthetic Division on a polynomial

How to use Synthetic Division to solve a polynomial In this tutorial the student will learn how to use synthetic division and the quadratic equation to solve a polynomial. The student will learn how to find all of the solutions. The solutions to polynomials are also called zeros. In this particular polynomial the student is given one of the zeros… Read More »

## Math Analysis – Dot Product – Find the work needed to push a vehicle

Dot Product In this tutorial the student will learn how to apply the calculation of mechanical work.

## Linear Equations Playlist

## Math Analysis – Parametric Equations Playlist

Parametric Equations Playlist In this parametric equations playlist the students will learn about parametric equations and how they relate to rectangular equations. Parametric equations describe the location of an object at a specific point in time. Parametric equations include a time component. A rectangular equation, on the other hand, only describes the path that an object… Read More »

## Math Analysis – Convert parametric equations to rectangular equations – Example 2

Parametric Equations In this tutorial the students will learn about parametric equations and how they relate to rectangular equations. Parametric equations describe the location of an object at a specific point in time. These equations include a time component. A rectangular equation, on the other hand, only describes the path that an object takes. Rectangular equations… Read More »