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Review the resources listed below to prepare for this week's assignment. Before reviewing these resources, read through the assignment instructions so you know what you will be expected to do with this material.
Hearne, S. (2011). Basic math refresher, 2nd edition.: Everyday math for everyday people. https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/ncent-ebooks/reader.action?docID=4873630&ppg=153
This course textbook chapter reviews the basic mathematical operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division decimals. The chapter models how to use all operations to solve word problems (with answers).
Wang, M. (2018). Key Concepts of Intermediate Level Math. Victoria, B.C.: BCcampus. http://solr.bccampus.ca:8001/bcc/file/1760cf89-318c-473c-b1d2-5320c85cede3/1/OTB195-01-Key%20Concepts%20of%20Intermediate%20Level%20Math%20-%20March%202020.pdf
This unit reviews the metric and Imperial systems using volume and area. It includes a self-test for practice (with “Answers for self-tests” in the appendix.
Wang, M. (2018). Key Concepts of Intermediate Level Math. Victoria, B.C.: BCcampus. http://solr.bccampus.ca:8001/bcc/file/1760cf89-318c-473c-b1d2-5320c85cede3/1/OTB195-01-Key%20Concepts%20of%20Intermediate%20Level%20Math%20-%20March%202020.pdf
This unit reviews the properties of equations and how to solve them. It includes a self-test for practice (with “Answers for self-tests” in the appendix.
Wang, M. (2018). Key Concepts of Intermediate Level Math. Victoria, B.C.: BCcampus. http://solr.bccampus.ca:8001/bcc/file/1760cf89-318c-473c-b1d2-5320c85cede3/1/OTB195-01-Key%20Concepts%20of%20Intermediate%20Level%20Math%20-%20March%202020.pdf
This unit reviews substitution into formulas, solving formulas, and uses the Pythagorean theorem. It includes a self-test for practice (with “Answers for self-tests” in the appendix.
Khan Academy. (2011). Solving for time. YouTube. Retrieved from: https://youtu.be/awzOvyMKeMA
In this video, you will learn how the rate of change in position, or speed, is equal to the distance traveled divided by time. To solve for time, divide the distance traveled by the rate.
Khan Academy. (2015). Evaluating expressions with two variables: fractions & decimals. YouTube. Retrieved from: https://youtu.be/GmD7Czmol0k
In this video, you will learn how to evaluate expressions that have two different variables in them by using a technique called substitution (or "plugging in").