# No-Frills Math Practice

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This is a two-page, 6-question worksheet that involves angles of elevation and depression, SOH-CAH-TOA and right triangles in word problems.
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A 6-page tutorial with brief explanations and worked examples for factoring out the GCF from an algebraic expression. Includes many examples for students to practice.
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This 4-page tutorial includes explanations and examples, both worked and blank, for students to practice naming and classifying polynomials (by degree and number of terms).
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This is a one-page, 20-question worksheet about factoring out the GCF from an algebraic expression.
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This is a one-page, 15-question worksheet about factoring perfect square trinomials.
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This 5-page tutorial includes brief explanations and worked examples of factoring difference of square expressions and using this method to solve equations, with ample exercises for student practice. The last page includes a mastery assessment.
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This is a four-page tutorial that walks through synthetic division and the notion that a remainder of zero means you have found a zero/factor of the original polynomial. It covers the rational root theorem, with some worked examples and problems for
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This has 4 applications of polynomial operations (word problems!).
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This is a one-page, 18-question worksheet that asks students to isolate a given variable in a literal equation.
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This 11-page tutorial is a comprehensive look at factoring quadratic expressions when a (the leading coefficient) does not equal 1. It includes an explanation and worked example for guess-and-check as well as the "splitting the middle term" method.
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This 3-page tutorial gives a brief step-by-step explanation of graphing quadratics from vertex form, with ample exercises for student practice.
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This is a two-page, six-question worksheet that asks students to use a table of values to graph a linear function (inputs are given).
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This is a one-page, 6-question worksheet that asks students to solve linear systems of equations using the substitution method.
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This is a one-page, four-question worksheet asking students to find the x-intercept and y-intercept of a line and produce the graph.
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This is a one-page, 10-question worksheet that asks students to read a word problem, define variables, write and solve an equation.
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This 6-page worksheet offers worked examples and many blank examples for student practice of solving exponential and logarithmic equations. There are 10 word problems included as well, which require solving an exponential or logarithmic equation to
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This 7-page tutorial includes some basic descriptions and worked examples as well as many examples for students to practice these skills. The seven pages build up in difficulty, from examples with common denominators and very simple numerators to
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This 4-page tutorial shows students how to classify systems of equations as inconsistent, dependent or independent. Includes many examples for student practice.
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This 4-page tutorial includes many examples for student practice of multiplying rational expressions, scaffolded from simple fraction multiplication to expressions that require factoring to simplify.
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This is a two-page, 30-question worksheet about factoring quadratic trinomials in which a=1.
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I have been teaching math at the secondary level for ten years, from algebra through calculus, in both public and private schools, across four states. For two years, I also managed a math-specific tutoring center working with students in grades K-12. I have extensive experience teaching IB Math Studies and IB Math Standard Level. This is my sixth year at my current school my third year as chair of the mathematics department.

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