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Guides for Using Streaming Videos
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Streaming Videos for Mathematics
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All Films on Demand Mathematics Videos
This link takes you to all the Films on Demand mathematics videos. The links that follow take you to videos on basic mathematics.
Decimals and Exponents
This video describes how whole numbers and decimals are used in the monetary system, how to calculate costs in foreign currencies, and how to use exponents.
Because of their dramatic changes in intensity from one point to another, earthquakes are an ideal example of exponential functions.
This video describes the meaning of fractions and how to solve problems involving sums and products.
This video describes how to calculate with percentages and interpret and use percentage figures that appear in diagrams and charts.
Positive and Negative Numbers
This video describes how to perform computations using positive and negative numbers, interpret the results, and determine the break-even point in a business situation.
This video describes how to identify and form equivalent ratios and ratio tables, express ratios as both fractions and decimals, and interpret map scales to calculate distances.