Looking at two figures that are the same shape and have the same angle measurements? You have similar figures! Learn all about it in this tutorial!
Word problems allow you to see the real world uses of math! This tutorial shows you how to take a word problem and use indirect measurement to turn it into a proportion. Then see how to use the mean extremes property of proportions to cross multiply and solve for the answer. Take a look!
This tutorial provides a great real world application of math. You'll see how to use the scale from a blueprint of a house to help find the actual height of the house. This tutorial shows you how to use a proportion to solve!
Want to graph a natural base exponential function? Make a table of points! Then plot the points, connect them, and you have your graph! Follow along with this tutorial to see the entire process step-by-step.
The natural base exponential function is actually a function that's shorter than its name! This tutorial introduces you to this special function and shows you what it looks like.
This tutorial shows you how the Triangle Proportionality Theorem can be used to find a missing length in a diagram. Take a look!
There are lots of special lines in triangles that can help you solve for side lengths and angle measures. Watch this tutorial to find out how to use the Angle Bisector Theorem to find missing side lengths in triangles!
What does SAS mean? The position of the letters gives you a clue as to how to use the SAS Similarity Postulate! Check out this tutorial to learn more.
To find the geometric mean of two numbers, just find the product of those numbers and take the square root! Follow along with this tutorial to learn the process step-by-step.
The geometric mean can help you find a missing term in a geometric sequence. Before you find the geometric mean, you should understand what it is. This tutorial defines geometric mean.
How do you know if one figure is similar to another? If you can find a similarity transformation that maps one figure to the other, then the figures are similar! Learn more about spotting similarity transformations with this tutorial.