There are several different ways to solve problems involving percentages, decimals, and fractions. Watch as we find the percentage of a whole number.

Here's a word problem that's perfectly suited for a box and whiskers plot to help analyze data. Let's construct one together, shall we?

Use these examples to practice solving a variety of one step equations, using all four operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division).

Practice writing inequalities by using information from the word problems.

A line graph is another way to visually represent data, especially data that changes over time. Let's take a look at this example.

The fate of a squirrel is in your hands as it tries to run across the road. Use unit conversion to solve the problem.

This module will help you understand how to combine like terms in expressions.

Use fractions to find a percentage, and learn there are different ways to arrive at the answer.

Another good explanation of how we combine like terms in algebra. This will totally make sense.

Start by thinking about what percent really means. Once you understand this, other pieces will begin to fall into place.

We've done a few examples where we were faced with one variable. Why not try one that has two variables?

Here's another one-step equation to solve. This one adds a number to the variable. Which operation is opposite of addition?

In this example, we are given a ratio and then asked to apply that ratio to solve a problem.

Is -40 bigger than -10? When ordering negative numbers, don't get stuck on the "amount" of the number. Think about what that negative sign really means!

Let's get familiar with the x/y coordinate plane--plotting points and interpreting the placement of points on a plane.