The instructor uses an electronic chalkboard to demonstrate how to solve linear equations in one variable. Examples include one-step and multi-step with variable in the numerator and denominator. This video is appropriate for high school students.... Solving linear equations with variable expressions in the denominators of fractions.[more]

[NOTE: This video is only the first 18 minutes of the full lesson, please visit my website to purchase complete version] Lesson consists of providing you with a Self-Tutorial on how to solve linear equations. Tutor discusses what is an Equation, Solu...tion, Solution Set, Equivalent Equations, Identity, Contradictions, Conditional Equations, Linear Equations, the Standard Form of a Linear Equation. I show you how to actually SOLVE linear equations going step-by-step. I don't skip steps. I review some of the properties of Equality here too. I remind you to check the work done and how to solve linear equations using a calculator. At the end, you will know how to easily solve equations that look like:
2[y - (4y - 1)] = 5 - 9y
No word problems are done here. This is shown in DETAIL in Part 2 of the Lesson.[more]

This video from Khan Academy starts off with a black screen because the narrator uses it as a 'chalkboard'. This video is appropriate for high school students. Linear equations with multiple variable and constant terms.

This video from Khan Academy and the instructor uses an electronic chalkboard to model multi-step linear equations. This video is appropriate for high school students. Solving equations of the form AX+B=C (06:05)

To solve a linear function, which usually means solving for Y, isolate Y on one side of the equation by moving the other terms to the opposite side and simplify the equation until Y is solved.

In this teacher-created video, the instructor defines a linear equation. Then, the instructor demonstrates how to solve a linear equation step-by-step on a white board. ( 3:37)

This video shows graphing and translating absolute value functions and inequalities, linear inequalities, solving linear sysems: substitution and elimination, systems of linear inequalities, linear programming, and linear word problems.(13:07)

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In this video segment from Cyberchase, the CyberSquad has to find out exactly how fast each of Wicked’s three brooms can go. They set out to calculate the speed per second of each broom using the data they have from their speed tests over a period of... five seconds. (3mins)[more]

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