This informative video series will help you with finding your derivatives through the process of differentiation in calculus. Follow along and graph the gradient of the given curve and then solve it as you go along! Just make sure you follow along exactly!

Do you believe you just don't have an intuitive sense of math? Sadly, this is the case for many people. The reality is that math is learned with practice. No one is born with a math gene making them more intuitive than others.

Fractions can be tough, but in truth, they're one of the easiest concepts to understand in math. Figuring out fractions is the last thing you really have to worry about in math class, unless you have a horrible teacher, then you might want to check out this video tutorial to help you learn how to add fractions with unlike denominators, including how to find the LCD (lowest common denominator).

Ever watch a cheesy movie and say "That monster is so FAKE!" but not really understand why? Well monstrous monsters are governed by a little biological rule called the Square-Cube Law, a scientific term combining math, anatomy and physics into one educational tool to recognize theatrical baloney when you see it. Just watch this video to see the explanation of the Cube-Square Rule, how it works and its ramifications for our favorite B-Movie pet monsters.

In this Math tutorial, you will learn how to convert a mixed number into an improper fraction. The narrator explains the process in a very concise yet simple manner that will make math problems involving mixed numbers so much easier to solve. The general idea is to multiply the whole number with the denominator and then add that to the numerator. The explanation and illustration in the video makes it easy to understand.

The instructor in this video uses humor to teach people math, which is not a favorite subject for many. The video goes on to teach the students in the video different ways to cut the conic sections into different shapes. The teacher then focuses on parabolas and defines the formulas. The formula is y = x^2. The rest of the video dissects the equation breaking it down into much more meaningful statements so that the average human being who is not very good at math can understand the equation. ...

In this math tutorial, you will learn how to reduce fractions using the prime factoring method. The narrator, a math teacher, of the video begins by defining what prime numbers are. This is important to know. When reducing fractions you need to reduce both the numerator and the denominator down to numbers that cannot be reduced by any other numbers but 1 and itself (prime numbers). The method the video teaches is to find the prime factors of both numerator and the denominator to simplify the ...

This math lesson from Yay Math covers four-sided shapes in geometry. Learn about the differences and similarities between rectangles, squares and rhombi (the plural of rhombus). The properties of rhombi and squares are covered, so sit back and enjoy this educational (and FUN) math lesson.

Calculus can be a bit tricky, but don't worry, Watch Math is here to help you out. Watch this math video lesson to learn how to solve quadratic inequalities in calculus. There's no better way to learn mathematics than from an advanced mathematician, like this PhD.

Simple explanation of this nice fact from math. Math can be sometimes surprising, as well as elegant and pretty. Understanding this common geometric equation will help you out tremendously in math. The Pythagorean Theorem is basic geometry.

Math is one of those subjects in school where you either love it or hate it or just don't get it. But math is nothing to fear, because it's a part of our everyday lives, and ifs something everyone should know the basics of. Don’t let math intimidate you. Whether you’re multiplying two fractions or a fraction and a whole number, solve the problem without a calculator in just a few steps.

In this video, we learn how to identify number types. You will need to figure out what numbers from a list is a rational numbers in your math equations. A natural number is a counting number (1,2,3). A whole number is a natural number and zero (0,1,2,3). An integer is a whole number and a negative whole (-2,-1,0,1,2). A rational number is any number that can be expressed as a ration of integers. An irrational number is any number that's not rational and non-perfect. Once you understand these ...

Math, chemistry, physics can all be a very difficult thing to understand. But if you have the right teacher, then it can make life a bit easier. Maybe even a music video explaining it can be a bit easier. In this tutorial, if you're having a tough time with calculating the percent error, this music video may be what you need. So check it out and good luck!

This video explains how to find the sign of slope of a line. The way shown means that you can find whether it is positive or negative without knowing its equation. It uses a simple analogy so that anyone would be able to use this method, even without much math knowledge. Being able to find the slope of a line is very important, as it leads to advanced function and calculus.

Are you "just not a math person"? Hogwash. Everyone seems to think that at one point in their life. With a little practice and study, math will become more and more easy to understand. Start your journey towards become a "math person" with help from this video, which teaches how to graph a linear equation using slope-intercept form.

Depth of Field (DoF) is easy to understand, but it is often extremely poorly explained. It's all about selective focus. For consumers with conveniently small camcorders, you only have two options: get your subject away from the background and then (1) zoom in or (2) get the subject close to the camera. No 35mm lens adapters, no secret techniques, no complex math: That's it!

In this tutorial, we learn how to understand the properties of a square in Geometry. The four angles on the inside of a square have to be right angles. All but be 90 degrees and add up to 360. A square has four equal sides, which you can notate with lines on the sides. The diagonals of the square cross each other at right angles, so all four angles are also 360 degrees. Diagonals have to be equal in length to each other as well. Once you better understand this, you will be able to learn more ...

In this video, we learn how to understand the properties of real numbers. Natural numbers start at one and continue on and on. Zero is not a natural number. A whole number is just like a natural number, except it includes zero. Integers are the negatives included with whole numbers. There are no decimals included in integers. Integers also include positive numbers and no decimals with them, just whole numbers. Rational numbers are fractions and all decimals that end at a certain point. Once y...

In this tutorial, we learn how to understand special quadrilaterals. A quadrilateral is a shape with four sides. Three figures of these are: kites, parallelograms, and trapezoids. Two types of parallelograms are the rhombus and the rectangle. Rectangles have four right angles. A square is also a parallelogram, which has four right angles and two congruent sides. A square is always a rhombus a parallelogram is always a quadrilateral and a kite is always a quadrilateral. The parallelogram is so...

From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever to follow in their footsteps (or just finish your homework or study for that next big test). With this installment from Internet pedagogical superstar Salman Khan's series of free math tutorials, you'll learn how to unpack and solve problems requiring you to multiply whole numbers.

Sigma Notation. Tetrahedral Numbers. Pyramidal Numbers. You'll learn all about them and some relations between them. Know you're math, or Greek math.

What does f(x) mean? What does g(4) mean? We explore this and more in this 3-part series, "Understanding Math Functions."

This video describes how to use excel basics formulas to do math. Shows how to create new formulas so that you can complete math functions and how many formulas in excel work. Each step is displayed step by step with an explanation on what is going on so it may be understood. Keyboard short cuts among other tips and trick to help you navigate through microsoft's excel. After this video you would be able to use excel to do a variety of functions to complete math equations.

Subtracting integers is easy to do after watching this video. In this math tutorial, the narrator explains and illustrates the process of subtracting integers. He explains the rules of converting the plus and minus signs to make addition and subtraction easier to understand. Following the steps explained in this video will make these math problems a breeze.

In this tutorial, we learn how to understand the properties of a rectangle. A rectangle has four interior angles that add up to 360 degrees. All of the angles have to be exactly 90 degrees in a perfect rectangle. Two opposite sides have to be congruent and parallel. The other opposite sides also have to be congruent and parallel. The diagonals of the rectangle are not perpendicular but they are congruent and they intersect at the mid points. Diagonals are not perpendicular, but they are congr...

In this tutorial, we learn how to use the Quintile Formula in Statistics. To find the quintile rank of a formula that is in a certain set, you will first need to count the number you are given. Then, read the equation so you understand what the R, N, equal side, and other numbers mean. Once you understand what all of these mean, fill in the formula with the correct information. Use the information you are given in the question to fill it into the equation. When finished, you will apply the ru...

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to convert mixed numbers to top heavy fractions. This task is very easy, fast and simple. Begin by multiplying the whole number with the denominator and then add the numerator. In the final answer, the numerator will be greater than the denominator. The denominator stays the same and does not change. This video provides several examples and demonstrations for viewers to have a better understanding. This video will benefit those students who are strugg...

From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever to follow in their footsteps (or just finish your homework or study for that next big test). With this installment from Internet pedagogical superstar Salman Khan's series of free math tutorials, you'll learn how to solve and work with problems involving inductive reasoning in math.

See how to apply exponent rules to simplify and solve equations with this free video math lesson from Internet pedagogical superstar Simon Khan. From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever to follow in their footsteps (or just finish your homework or study for that next big test).

Want to know how to divide a whole number by a proper fraction in basic arithmetic? Learn how it's done with this free video math lesson. From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever to follow in their footsteps (or just finish your homework or study for that next big test).

With this free video math lesson, you'll learn how to multiply decimals. With mathematics, as with anything else, not everyone progresses at the same rate. Basic math is no exception. Happily, in the age of Internet video tutorials, this isn't a problem. Those who progress quickly can go beyond what's being taught them and those who are struggling likewise have all the time in the world to catch up.

Do decimals always trip you up? Once praticed and learned, decimals are quite easy and to show you just how easy? This video from Math Problem Generator. In this math tutorial, learn how to subtract decimals with free help from a math tutor!

If you haven't quite made it to school, or just can't afford it, maybe you had a family member killed by a mathematician, who knows, but whatever the reason, if you don't know how to round numbers and decimals, then this two-part video lesson is perfect for you.

In this tutorial you will see how to use Jimmy's speed math program that he wrote in Flash. A download to the program is included. This is a GREAT way to help your kids or students (or maybe adults?) get better at math.

In this video the tutor explains a four strategies for standardize tests, complete with examples of each, explained fully. The first strategy to prepare for the math section of the PSAT, is simply reading the question, and understanding what the question is asking. The second strategy the tutor recommends is that, for some questions, you choose your own numbers. One more strategy suggested is to use the figures and diagrams. The final strategy shown in the video, is to "plug in answer choices...

Confused with how to use your protractor for Geometry homework? In this helpful video, Doug Simmons from free math tutoring provides easy to understand classroom examples explaining how to use both sets of numbers on your protractor. Provides easy to remember rules that will keep you from fumbling with the common confusions of protractor use. Doug also explains common mistakes that you should avoid in order to start getting the right answers in your math problems. Finally, math tutorials at y...

Need a little help with your math homework? No problem, the Math Centre offers students video tutorials that will provide as a reference guide for self-study. Students get self-study resources targeted to the needs of individual courses, and teachers gain generic mathematics support and study materials for use with students.

Need a little help with your math homework? No problem, the Math Centre offers students video tutorials that will provide as a reference guide for self-study. Students get self-study resources targeted to the needs of individual courses, and teachers gain generic mathematics support and study materials for use with students.

Need a little help with your math homework? No problem, the Math Centre offers students video tutorials that will provide as a reference guide for self-study. Students get self-study resources targeted to the needs of individual courses, and teachers gain generic mathematics support and study materials for use with students.

Need a little help with your math homework? No problem, the Math Centre offers students video tutorials that will provide as a reference guide for self-study. Students get self-study resources targeted to the needs of individual courses, and teachers gain generic mathematics support and study materials for use with students.