## How to Use the Binomial Theorem?

The binomial theorem, also known as Newton’s theorem, is a relatively quick way to expand binomial expressions that are raised … Read more

## Steps to Quadratic Formula and Examples

An easy way to solve quadratic equations is through factoring. However, many of the quadratic equations cannot be factored easily. … Read more

## Factoring a 3rd Degree Polynomial – Methods and Examples

Factoring polynomials helps us determine the zeros or solutions of a function. However, factoring a 3rd-degree polynomial can become more … Read more

## Factoring Quadratic Polynomials – Cases and Examples

Factoring quadratic polynomials consist of decomposing the quadratic equation to form a product of its factors. We can consider factoring … Read more

## How to Rationalize Denominators? Methods and Examples

Expressions that have radicals, that is, square roots, cube roots, or others in the denominator, can be rationalized to remove … Read more

## Fractional Exponents – Rule and Examples

Algebraic expressions with fractional exponents can be simplified and solved using the fractional exponents’ rule, which relates exponents to radicals. … Read more

## Negative Exponents in Fractions – Rule and Examples

To solve negative exponents with fractions, we have to use both the negative exponents’ rule and the fractional exponent’s rule. … Read more

## How to Know If a Function has an Inverse?

To determine if a function has an inverse, we can use the horizontal line test with its graph. If any … Read more

## How to Know If a Function is Symmetric?

To determine if a function is symmetric, we have to look at its graph and identify some characteristics that are … Read more

## Types of Functions with Graphs

There are several types of algebraic functions that have different characteristics that make them unique. Many of these algebraic functions … Read more