Transversals are one of many mathematical concepts that students learn in geometry. Although they can seem mysterious this is a foundational idea that reappears in higher level mathematics. We will learn about interior/exterior angles corresponding angles and so much more in this video.
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The video found below explains many of the terms associated with circles. Anyone who is familiar with trigonometry knows the importance of circles in that course. For now, only basic ideas will be explored such as radius, diameter, and chord. However, future videos will deal with more advanced ideas.
Regular Polygons: VIDEO
This video will show you how to calculate the degrees of each angle inside a polygon. The calculation is not too complicated and this is commonly taught to high school students who are studying geometry. Mastery of this concept can help with learning other ideas.
Angle Types: VIDEO
Understanding the various angle types is important in geometry. At first, this is confusing, however, with time this becomes easier. This is important because completing more advanced analysis requires that identifying angle types is automatic for the student. Often, the only way to make this easier is through practice. In the video below, we will learn about various angle types.
Lines and More in Geometry VIDEO
Perpendicular & Parallel lines are basic ideas found in geometry. The video below explains the various types of lines a student will encounter in geometry. Some of the ideas discussed include parallel lines, perpendicular lines, midpoints, bisectors, etc. Be sure to leave a comment about the video below.
Angles in geometry
Set Symbolism: VIDEO
Set Symbolism is important. In the video below it is introduced in the context of geometry but set symbolism is also used when talking about probability. It can be hard to appreciate learning this at times but it is useful in certain situations.
Planes in Geometry: VIDEO
Planes are two-dimensional shapes. Planes geometry involves the analysis of two-dimensional shapes. In the video below, these ideas are explained in greater detail. Please comment or like the video and let us know how we can improve things.
Points, Lines, Rays, Line Segments: VIDEO
The video found below addresses the following topics: Points, Lines, Rays, Line Segments. These are ideas that are generally learned around the time a student takes algebra or geometry. In the current context, these ideas don’t seem useful but they become much more important with time.
Area Under the Curve: Right Endpoint VIDEO
The video below shows how to calculate Area Under the Curve with the Right Endpoint. This is one of several ways to find the area under the curve. Leave a like and or a comment so we know how we can improve.
Area Under the Curve: Left End-Point VIDEO
Calculating the area under curve is one of those ideas in calculus that can be challenging. In the video found below, we will learn how to calculate the Area Under the Curve using the Left End-Point. This is one of several ways to do this but needs to be learned in many calculus courses.
Implicit Differentiation VIDEO
Chain Rule Multiple Functions VIDEO
Chain rule for multiple functions
Chain Rule VIDEO
Chain rule for derivatives
Derivatives of Sine & Cosine VIDEO
Derivatives of Sine & Cosine
Quotient Rule VIDEO
Quotient rule for derivatives
Product Rule VIDEO
Product rule for derivatives
Constant Rule VIDEO
Constant rule for derivatives
Sum & Difference Rule VIDEO
Sum & Difference Rule
Power Rule VIDEO
Power rule for differentiation
Constant Rule VIDEO
Constant rule of differentiation
Equation of a tangent line at a point VIDEO
This video shows how to Find the equation of a tangent line at a point. This is one of many topics that are usually discussed in Calculus. For students learning, this is a valuable concept to know.
Instantaneous Rate of Change VIDEO
Instantaneous rate of change is the topic of this video. The ideas discussed here lay the foundation for more complex ideas related to derivatives. After watching the video, be sure to like and leave a comment.
Average Rate of Change VIDEO
In this video that deals with the Average rate of change we will learn how to calculate this in a simple way. Videos like these are for students who may still be studying mathematics. Be sure to like and leave a comment.
Function of Limits: Exponents & Quotients VIDEO
Solving Limits Algebraically VIDEO
One & Two-Sided Limits VIDEO
Intro to Limits VIDEO
Probability & the Union of Two Events VIDEO
Intro to Probability VIDEO
Intro to Probability
Binomial Theorem VIDEO
Combination Formula for n Distinct Objects VIDEO
Combination formula for n distinct objects
Formula for Permutations & n Distinct Objects VIDEO
Formula for Permutations & n Distinct Objects
Permutations & Multiplication Principle VIDEO
Permutations & Multiplication Principle
Add & Multiple Principles VIDEO
Addition and multiplication principles
Sum of Geometric Series: VIDEO
Sum of Geometric Series
Infinite Geometric Series VIDEO
Infinite Geometric Series
Geometric Series: Find the Nth Term VIDEO
Summation Notation VIDEO
Geometric Sequences: Recursive Formula VIDEO
Geometric Sequences: Recursive Formula