## Factoring with a leading coefficient

Factor a quadratic with a leading coefficient by using the a-c method....

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Factor a quadratic with a leading coefficient by using the a-c method....

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Factoring quadratics with common multipliers....

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Factoring quadratics with common multipliers and a leading coefficient....

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Factoring difference and sum of square quadratics....

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Estimate the area under a graph by right hand method....

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We estimate the area under a line by using rectangles that touch the line on the left side of the rectangle. Watch the video, it will make sense....

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Estimate the area under a quadratic curve by using rectangles with a width of 1....

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We find the relationship between the radius and height in order to write the volume of the cone as just a function of its height....

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Reduce the surface area to a basic ratio, square root to get the scale factor, and then cube that scale factor to get a volume ratio to solve the proportion....

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Express the area of a square as a function of its circumference....

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Express the volume of a cone as a function of its height....

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Express the perimeter of a square as a function of its area....

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Express the volume of a cylinder as a function of its height....

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Express the circumference of a circle as a function of its area....

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If a hemisphere and a cube have the same surface area, which has the larger dimensions?...

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Create an algebraic equation from a cylinder surface area to calculate the radius....

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Make your own surface area equation to find the height of the rectangular prism....

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We have to make our own equation in order to solve for the height of a cylinder if we know the surface area....

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Find the surface area of the modified prism by subtracting base areas and adding base perimeters....

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Find the surface area of the modified cube by finding the area of the base (square minus circle) and the perimeter of the base (square plus circle)....

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Find the surface area of this modified triangular prism by finding the base area and base perimeter....

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We find the surface area of this figure by formulas for a hemisphere and a cone to just the tangible surfaces....

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There is a lot of work to do for this problem: calculate the area of the pentagon base, calculate the apothem length of the pentagon, calculate the slant height for the pyramid, and then find the total surface area....

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Find the volume of a cylinder minus a cone....

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Find the surface area of a triangular prism....

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We find the surface area by finding the base area by subtracting and the base perimeter by adding....

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We find the total surface area by subtracting the rectangle areas for B and we add the perimeters of the rectangle for he standard surface area formula....

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We find the area of the base by subtracting circle areas and we find the perimeter of the base by adding circumferences, then use the standard surface area formula for a cylinder....

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We have to modify the equations for surface area in order to account for the surfaces that are missing....

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This is a very tricky problem as it requires you to measure a seriously tricky perimeter for the modified pentagonal base....

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We find the area of the base by subtracting areas and find the perimeter of the base by adding perimeters, then apply the surface area formula....

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Find the surface area of the modified rectangular prism by finding the area of the base and the perimeter of the base before using the surface area formula....

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You can only find the area of the surfaces you can touch, so you have to modify your surface equations accordingly....

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We find the surface area of the hexagon by using a special formula just for hexagons, then use the formula for surface area....

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We use a special formula to find the area of the regular polygon base before finding the surface area of the prism....

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Find the volume for a cylinder in order to calculate the radius of a sphere to then find the circumference of the sphere....

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Given a volume for a hemisphere find the radius....

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When shapes change, the volume stays the same. Find the radius of a cone with a given height....

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This awesome volume problem requires you to find two volumes, subtract them, and then find how many tiny pebbles must be added....

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We create an algebraic equation for a square pyramid and solve it to find the dimensions....

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We calculate the volume for a square pyramid in order to find the side length of a cube....

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We must first find the length of the apothem for an octagon before we find the volume for a pyramid....

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We must first calculate the volume of water before we add a rock of given volume. We then take that volume to find the new height....

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We know the volume and height for a pyramid and we are asked to find the side length for the base, which is a 12 sided r gulag polygon....

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Given a volume, find the radius of a hemisphere....

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We find the volume of a triangular prism and subtract a semi-cylinder....

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A cube is placed in a cylinder half filled with water. We add the volumes to figure out the new height of the water after the cube is added....

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Fun volume problems where you have to find different volumes and subtract them....

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