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Friday, September 16, 2005

Video Help Is Here!

Class time seems to just fly by! Sometimes we get hung up on a difficult problem and time seems to  d r a g  and sometimes we cover so much material in such a short time that it just seems to fly by.

I know some of us are still struggling with factoring trinomials. Long division of polynomials isn't easy either if you haven't got the hang of it yet. Well, help is here. I've got some brief video taped lectures you can watch to help you with this material over the weekend if you need it. The movies are of an instructor from the University of Idaho.

In order to watch the video you need to download the free realaudio player from here. (It's a little more than 11 Mb so if you have a slow internet connection this isn't a very good option for you.) After that, just click on the link below for help with the topic of your choice!


Synthetic Division is an S3 Pre-Cal topic. You can watch and learn it if you like but are expected to use long division on all assessments in S2.

If you still have trouble help each other through the chat box or comments to this post.

Have a great weekend!

1 Comments:

At 9/16/2005 10:44 PM, Blogger janet said...

Factoring a trinomial part 2 is good for those who do not yet understand how to do a question like 3x² + 14xy + 8y² ..it helped me, er-- with the exception of much pause, rewind, playback, pause, rewind and etc hehe.

..long division of polynomials is just a pain in the ..head ^_^

 

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