
This is a new version of the same video previously published under the same name. This version contains an explanation that the video reflects how Excel responds in the U.S. region. This video…


MATH 109 Why Order of Operations Matters, Back to the Biggest Angle, and Question About Law of Sines


This video demonstrates how to graph two lines on the same graph using Excel.


This video demonstrates how to make a scatter plot in Excel, add axis titles, and adjust the axis tick marks and labels.


(New Version) This video goes over how to use the variables in the compound interest formula and do the calculations according to the order of operations. This new version of the video demonstrates…


This video goes over how to format cells in Excel to display as money.


MATH 109  Using Identities


MATH 109  Add Vectors to Find Resultant Force


MATH 109  Bearing Problem


MATH 109  Six Trig Ratios


MATH 109  Synthetic Division


This lesson goes over how to make a pie chart in Excel and that the wedges represent the percentage, not necessarily the number of items.


MATH 109  Graphing Piecewise Functions


MATH 109  Solving Equations with 2 Square Roots


MATH 109  Completing the Square for Circles


MATH 109  Partial Fraction Decomposition Part 1


MATH 109  Solving Systems of Nonlinear Equations


MATH 109  Partial Fraction Decomposition Part 2


This video goes over several ways to add cells in Excel. It includes adding numbers, adding referenced cells, and using the sum function.


This video goes over the basics of using the name of a cell to reference it in another cell or formula.


This video demonstrates the importance of identifying if a negative is being raised to the same exponent as the number next to it or not. A negative next to a number being raised to an exponent is…


This video goes over using relative references in Excel.


This is video on the MATH 100 L Week 6 Portfolio project: Budget and Expenses Part 2. It requires students to use the SUM formula in Excel.


Angela Griffith answers question: Is math a strong area for you?


Isabel Stephens answers the question: How are your Math skills?


Ryan DeVaux answers the question: How are your math skills?


Vector Math (Decomposition)




Med math examples.
Question: Can you go over examples of med math?


Sis Rebecca Cheney welcomes students to MATH 100L and explain the language component of the course.
