Thursday, February 20, 2014

70a+19b=2838 SATs, Algebra, Number Sense and the Common Core

Click on link below to view video on YouTube. At this time I'm not embedding these videos in my blog.

Pls let me know if these screencasts are viewable on your desktop, laptop, tablet or phone. For now they have to be viewed in Portrait mode. The video quality is limited by my hardware and software at this time so the resolution is probably only fair.

Also any suggestions for improvement would be appreciated. If there's a particular problem or topic for which you'd like me to make a screencast let me know that as well.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Common Core SAT-type Quadratic Function Challenge Screencast

Tired of this yet? Well, the novelty of this screencast technology hasn't worn off yet for me!

One of my SAT students requested more practice with Quadratic Functions and coordinate problems so here it is...

Watch "SAT-Type Quadratic Functions Challenge Problem" on YouTube -

Sunday, February 16, 2014

30-60-90 Video Tutorial and Challenge Problem

I'll soon tire of these screencasts but I'm having fun doing these for now!

Watch 30- 60-90 video uploaded today to my You Tube channel MathNotationsVids.

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Saturday, February 15, 2014

New video tutorials uploaded to MathNotationsVids YouTube channel

Haven't posted in awhile and haven't uploaded videos to YouTube recently. I now have the technology to make short screencasts. Here's a link to the latest video I posted, a typical medium- level standardized test question relating to a non- convex quadrilateral. As aways these tutorials are intended for both students and educators.
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