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### How to Solve for X Using a Casio Calculator

In this article, you will learn how you can make better use of your CASIO calculator, by making it solve equations for x, in 3 easy steps. Do check this out, and maximize the advantage of your calculators!

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### How to Find an Inverse Function

The functions ln(x) and e^x are inverse of each other. Finding the inverse of a function is a commonly encountered math problem in algebra and pre-calculus. If y = f(x) is a function, then the inverse function f-1(x)...

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### What is a Polynomial? The Elements of Polynomials

Defines polynomials by showing the elements that make up a polynomial and rules regarding what's NOT considered a polynomial. Learn about different types, how to find the degree, and take a quiz to test your knowledge.

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### How to Solve Word Problems Using , "Let Statements"

This is the second installment in my series of math problems that tend to trip people up. This time we will be using let statements and algebraic expressions to solve word problems.

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### Using the FOIL Method to Expand Products

The acronym "FOIL" is a mnemonic device to help you expand all the terms in a multiplication expression. F stands for first, O stands for outer, I stands for inner, and L stands for last. Of course you do not have to...

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### Beginning Algebra Tutorial II--Evaluating Expressions and Solving Equations

In this tutorial, I will explain how to evaluate very basic expressions and solve very basic equations. Algebra can be difficult for many people and I hope my tutorials shed a light to those that are learning for the...

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### How to Solve Equations with Square Root and Linear Terms

Examples of radical equations with linear terms In algebra, radical equations are those that involve square roots, cube roots, fourth roots, etc. For equations that contain only square roots and linear terms, the...

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### How to Draw the Graph of an Exponential Function

Graphs of y = 3*1.2^x (red) and y = 5*0.8^x (blue). Knowing how to draw the graphs of functions by hand is a crucial skill for college algebra and pre-calculus. While you can always use a graphing calculator to plot a...

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### Math Help: How To Do Long Division Of Polynomials Easily (Synthetic Division)

Stuck on long division of polynomials? Here's an easy, step-by-step guide to "synthetic division" to help you with tricky Algebra homework.

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### Beginning Algebra Tutorial I--Exponents and PEMDAS

Beginning Algebra, a brief introduction to Exponents and the Order of Operations(PEMDAS).