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AddingSubtracting Same Number...

Inverse Operations (Algebra) 
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This minilesson explains how to solve an equation by adding or subtracting the same number to/from both sides of the equation. The basic rule is: in order to solve an equation, you use the additive i...
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Explore inverse of a function

Inverse Operations (Algebra) 
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Graph various functions and their inverses, and vary the functions' coefficients.
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Identify Additive Inverse (Alg...

Inverse Operations (Algebra) 
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This minilesson explains the concept of the additive inverse and gives you several examples to understand it in depth. It also illustrates the representation of the additive inverse on the number lin...
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Identify Multiplicative Invers...

Inverse Operations (Algebra) 
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This video examines how to find the multiplicative inverse or the reciprocal.
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Inequalities

Inverse Operations (Algebra) 
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The user learns how to solve inequalities by reviewing the rules to solving equations with variables. After viewing examples, users can interactively practice solving inequalities with a matching too...
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Inverse Operations (Algebra 1:...

Inverse Operations (Algebra) 
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This minilesson explains the basics of inverse operations. The lesson also explains the concepts of additive and multiplicative inverse.
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TrueMakers

Inverse Operations (Algebra) 
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Interactive tool for equation solving. Equations involve one step, two steps, or three steps, with addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, squares, and radicals.
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