**Description:**

Mr. Israel Ramirez finding the Vertex of a Quadratic Equation. Questions this video answers: How to find the vertex of a quadratic equation? What is a vertex?

**Duration:** 00:03:13 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-14 18:54:25

**Description:**

Ms. Adrienne Doung from LBUSD is a middle school math coach. She demonstrates how to use the ladder method to find the LCM and GCF if given three or more numbers. Questions this video answers: How do I find the LCM of three numbers? How do I find the Least Common Multiple of three numbers? How do I find the Greatest Common Factor of three numbers? How do I find the GCF of three numbers? How do I find the Greatest Common Denominator of three numbers? How do I find the GCD of three numbers? How do I use the Ladder Method if I have three numbers? How do I use the slide method?

**Duration:** 00:03:56 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

Cabrillo HS student, Judith, shows how to multiply polynomials using the F.O.I.L. method. Questions this video answers: How do I use the F.O.I.L. method? How do I multiply polynomials? How do I combine common terms?

**Duration:** 00:01:54 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-14 18:55:50

**Description:**

Finding the maximum or minimum of a parabola. by: Luis O. Contreras, Santa Monica High, SMMUSD. How do you determine whether the parabola has a maximum or minimum? How do you find the maximum or minimum of a parabola? What is the maximum or minimum of a parabola? What is the vertex of a parabola?

**Duration:** 00:02:11 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-14 18:56:52

**Description:**

Cabrillo HS student, Dulce, shows how to solve absolute value equations and inequalities. Questions this video answers: How do I solve an absolute value equation? How do I make a positive equation? How do I make a negative equation? How do I divide on both sides?

**Duration:** 00:03:04 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-14 18:53:23

**Description:**

Cabrillo HS student, Christian, shows how to find the reciprocal. Questions this video answers: How do I find a reciprocal? What is the denumerator? What is the numerator?

**Duration:** 00:00:52 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-14 18:51:41

**Description:**

Ms. Susan Dudley of Cabrillo Middle School demonstrates using the slide to find the greatest common factor and the least common multiple of two whole numbers as well as reduce a fraction. Questions this video answers: How do I find the least common multiple of two numbers? How do I find the greatest common factor of two numbers? How do I reduce a fraction? What is the slide method?

**Duration:** 00:03:20 / **Uploaded:** 2012-10-02 18:19:02

**Description:**

Ms. Duina Zeineddine explains how to write the equation of a rational function and graph it. Concepts include domain and range and asymptotes as limits. Questions this video answers: How to write the equation of a function from given data? What does the graph of this function look like given the domain and range of the function?

**Duration:** 00:06:06 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-14 18:03:32

**Description:**

Mr. Ramirez demonstrates converting Logarithmic functions Into Exponential. Questions this video answers: How to convert from logarithmic into exponential form? How to calculate reciprocal on negative power?

**Duration:** 00:05:38 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-14 18:58:32

**Description:**

Ms. Foe-Aman from Cabrillo HS in Long Beach, Ca demonstrates how to calculate the area of a rectangle by multiplying monomials. Questions this video answers: How do you calculate the area of a rectangle using monomials and polynomials?

**Duration:** 00:03:07 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-14 17:55:26

**Description:**

Cabrillo HS student, Judith, shows how to divide rational expressions and polynomials. Questions this video answers: How do I divide rational expressions and polynomials? How do I solve a rational expression step by step? How do I multiply rational expressions? How do I cancel out the common factors?

**Duration:** 00:02:32 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-14 18:02:14

**Description:**

Cabrillo HS student, Guillermo, shows how to solve multi-step binomials. Questions this video answers: How do I find binomials? How do I subtract binomials? How do I get the sum of two binomials? How do I find the binomials of a given sum?

**Duration:** 00:01:24 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-14 17:57:23

**Description:**

Mrs. Foe-Aman from Cabrillo HS in Long Beach, Ca shows how to subtract polynomials by adding the opposite and combining the like terms. Questions this video answers: How to subtract Polynomials? How to find the difference of unknown quantities?

**Duration:** 00:02:45 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-14 17:58:27

**Description:**

Cabrillo HS student, Munishnil, shows how to find the solution to an inequality. Questions this video answers: This video shows how to find the solution to an inequality. This video shows how to add to both sides. This video shows how to solve an inequality.

**Duration:** 00:00:26 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

Ms. Naomi Kokason shows rather than having to obtain common denominators prior to adding the numerators, this approach allows students to add without obtaining common denominators. However, they need to know how to reduce. Questions this video answers: How do I find a common denominator? What is the criss-cross applesauce method when adding fractions? What do I do once I have criss-cross multiplied?

**Duration:** 00:02:42 / **Uploaded:** 2012-12-15 15:26:18

**Description:**

Ms. Susan Dudley works through the diamond method for factoring. Also available at http://tinyurl.com/tc-dudley. Questions this video answers: How do you do a diamond factoring approach? How do I check to see if I have factored correctly? How do I factor?

**Duration:** 00:03:16 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

SVHS StudentsCreate shows how to plot and graph the probability of the sum of two six sided cubes.

**Duration:** 00:04:13 / **Uploaded:** 2014-05-26 16:54:14

**Description:**

In this video Ms. Kokason gives an explanation of the inverse and identity properties that students will enjoy watching. Questions this video answers: What is a mathematical property? What is the additive inverse property? What is the multiplicative inverse property? What does inverse mean?

**Duration:** 00:03:36 / **Uploaded:** 2012-12-15 15:31:40

**Description:**

This video shows an example two-column proof and how you can prove that two lines are parallel.

**Duration:** 00:03:29 / **Uploaded:** 2012-12-15 00:56:01

**Description:**

Ms. Adrienne Doung from LBUSD is a middle school math coach. She demonstrates how to use the ladder method to find the LCM and GCF if given three or more numbers. Questions this video answers: How do I find the least common multiple (LCM) of three numbers? How do I find the greatest common factor (GCF) of three numbers? How do I use the ladder method if I have three numbers? How do I use the slide method?

**Duration:** 00:04:30 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

SVHS StudentsCreate describes the Statistics definition of the mean and sample space of a random population.

**Duration:** 00:01:03 / **Uploaded:** 2014-05-20 11:40:43

**Description:**

SVHS StudentsCreate shows how to find the exact values using trigonometric ratios.

**Duration:** 00:05:07 / **Uploaded:** 2014-05-20 15:45:07

**Description:**

Ms. Rachael Thiele of Long Beach Polytechnic High School uses z-scores to compare some of the greatest home run hitters of all time. Questions this video answers: How do I calculate a z-score? What is a z-score? How to assume the distributions of better average?

**Duration:** 00:04:32 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

SVHS StudentsCreate shows how to use the Quadratic Formula to solve for x.

**Duration:** 00:03:47 / **Uploaded:** 2014-05-26 14:40:44

**Description:**

SVHS StudentsCreate shows how to apply the Law of Sines finding the missing segments and angles of a triangle.

**Duration:** 00:07:29 / **Uploaded:** 2014-05-20 11:17:33

**Description:**

LessonsFromVincent -VI-Windows Journal. Vincent shows how to use Windows Journal. Questions this video answers: How do I use Windows Journal? How do I choose a new template? How do I write in the Journal? How do I use the highlighting, pen, and eraser tools?

**Duration:** 00:03:59 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-16 04:01:43

**Description:**

Ms. Martha Nakisanze demonstrates equivalence of fractions. Questions this video answers: What are equivalent fractions? How can I represent one as a fraction? How can I produce equivalent fractions?

**Duration:** 00:01:35 / **Uploaded:** 2012-10-02 17:57:42

**Description:**

SVHS StudentsCreate describes the chemistry structure of a problem.

**Duration:** 00:01:16 / **Uploaded:** 2014-05-20 10:23:32

**Description:**

SVHS StudentsCreate shows how to find the Area Sector of a Circle.

**Duration:** 00:01:56 / **Uploaded:** 2014-05-20 09:57:26

**Description:**

Mr. Ramirez identifying and analyzing the four types of conics: circle, ellipse, parabola, and hyperbola. Questions this video answers: What are the types of conic sections? In type #1, Is it possible to have two circles in a cone?

**Duration:** 00:02:20 / **Uploaded:** 2012-10-02 17:54:54

**Description:**

SVHS StudentsCreate finds the slope of a linear function given two ordered pairs using the Slope Formula.

**Duration:** 00:01:31 / **Uploaded:** 2014-05-20 10:45:54

**Description:**

Cabrillo HS student, Alexus, shows how to multiply, add, distribute, and combine numbers within parentheses. Questions this video answers: How do I multiply variables and numbers within parenthesis? How do I add variables and numbers within parenthesis? How do I distribute variables and numbers within parenthesis? How do I combine like terms?

**Duration:** 00:02:23 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

Mr. Ramirez demonstrates Solving Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square. Questions answered: How to use the value to be added to both sides of the equation to complete the square? How do I use the method of completing the square to factor a quadratic equation?

**Duration:** 00:05:34 / **Uploaded:** 2012-10-02 17:52:58

**Description:**

SVHS StudentsCreate shows us how to find the AREA of an inscribed circle in a rectangle shape.

**Duration:** 00:02:57 / **Uploaded:** 2014-05-04 14:07:09

**Description:**

[Author unspecified] shows how to write recurring decimals as common fractions and presents an interesting trick. Questions this video answers: How do I convert a recurring decimal to a fraction? What trick can I use to make finding the solution easier?

**Duration:** 00:02:26 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-24 18:34:59

**Description:**

Cabrillo HS student, Valentina, shows how to graph a linear equation, how to isolate Y, and how to find the slope and the Y intercept. Questions this video answers: How to graph a linear equation? How to isolate Y? How to find the slope and the Y intercept?

**Duration:** 00:02:32 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

SVHS StudentsCreate shows how to solve trigonometric equations.

**Duration:** 00:01:24 / **Uploaded:** 2014-05-20 11:08:41

**Description:**

Kelly Castaneda of the Crossroads School shows how to use a probability tree and distribution table to analyze a discrete random variable.

**Duration:** 00:08:19 / **Uploaded:** 2013-03-10 12:42:23

**Description:**

Maliaka creates a video response to Dan Meyer's "Nana's Chocolate Milk" video. Instructional video regarding proportions and ratios.

**Duration:** 00:03:58 / **Uploaded:** 2013-07-19 17:11:51

**Description:**

Ms. Lynette Foe-Aman from Cabrillo High School uses the box method to show how to multiply polynomials. Questions this video answers: How do you multiply polynomials? How do you use the box method?

**Duration:** 00:07:00 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 17:26:56

**Description:**

Created by Mr. Jeffrey. Thereoms Proving Trianges are Congruent by SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS, and HL. Questions this video answers: How do I prove triangles are congruent? How to use the concepts of corresponding parts congruent triangles? What is HL, SSS, SAS, ASA, and AAS Theorem?

**Duration:** 00:06:12 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

SVHS StudentsCreate shows how to identify the six trig functions in the coordinate plane.

**Duration:** 00:05:26 / **Uploaded:** 2014-05-04 13:28:36

**Description:**

[Author unspecified] from Surds-Kiira College Butiki demonstrates how to rationalize a fraction with radicals in the denominator. Questions this video answers: When do I need to rationalize? How do I rationalize a fraction? How do I simplify once I have rationalized? What is the standard form of a rationalized fraction?

**Duration:** 00:06:56 / **Uploaded:** 2012-11-24 05:16:38

**Description:**

SVHS StudentsCreate shows how to find the missing angles of an inscribed polygon in a circle. Keeping in mind that the inscribed polygon is a right triangle given that the hypotenuse of the right triangle is also the diameter of the circle.

**Duration:** 00:01:43 / **Uploaded:** 2014-05-04 12:41:42

**Description:**

Mrs. Jenessa Bryant from Oaks Christian High School explains how to solve word problems using trigonometric ratios. Questions this video answers: How can I use sine, cosine, and tangent? How can I solve trigonometric ratios? What is SohCahToa? How can I calculate heights of objects using trigonometry?

**Duration:** 00:09:40 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

Predicting the time it takes a diver jumping from a diving board to the pool. Conservation of Energy (@ work) in falling objects. By Mr. Ramirez. Questions this video answers: How do I find how long it takes for a free falling object to reach a specific position? What equation do I use to solve problems like this one? What information do I need to know to solve for time? What can I solve for once I know the value of time?

**Duration:** 00:04:07 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

Mr. Ramirez demonstrates characteristics of a circle: center, radius, and standard equation. Questions this video answers: What is a circle? How do you find the radius of a circle? How do you graph a circle? How do you find the center of the circle?

**Duration:** 00:02:11 / **Uploaded:** 2012-10-02 17:55:34

**Description:**

Ms. Kokason shows how to use the criss-cross applesauce method to subtract fractions. Rather than finding common denominators before subtracting numerators, this apporach allows a student to not need this step. However, students do need to know how to reduce. Questions this video answers: How do I use the criss-cross applesauce method to subtract fractions? What steps do I use to subtract two fractions with different denominators? How do I get to my final answer?

**Duration:** 00:01:20 / **Uploaded:** 2012-12-15 15:28:25

**Description:**

SVHS StudentsCrate describes how to find the Period of a Pendulum of an object.

**Duration:** 00:02:47 / **Uploaded:** 2014-05-07 15:48:20

**Description:**

LessonsFromVincent -II-SnippingTool. Vincent shows the two ways to add pictures to a Windows Journal. Questions this video answers: What is the snipping tool? How do I add files I find to a Windows Journal file?

**Duration:** 00:01:56 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-16 03:56:35

**Description:**

Poly HS student, Vanessa, shows how to convert a linear graph into the point slope formula. Questions this video answers: How do I convert a linear graph into point slope formula? How do I find the slope of a line? What is point-slope formula?

**Duration:** 00:02:28 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

SVHS StudentsCreate shows how to find the exact value of a trig function and uses the Pythagorean trig identity to check the final solution

**Duration:** 00:03:40 / **Uploaded:** 2014-05-04 13:48:54

**Description:**

Identifying The Main Components of A Circle: Area, Diameter, Circumference, and The Radius. By Mr. Ramirez. Questions this video answers: How do I find the area of a circle? How do I find the circumference of a circle? How does the radius of a circle relate to the diameter of a circle? How do I use pi to solve the equations relating to a circle?

**Duration:** 00:02:31 / **Uploaded:** 2012-10-02 17:53:45

**Description:**

Ms. Kelly Castaneda teaches students how to construct a tangent to a circle and provide support to students while practicing the construction at home. Questions this video answers: What is a tangent? How do I construct a tangent? How to construct the perpendicular?

**Duration:** 00:01:28 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

Predicting the Force (Newtons)exerted by the foamcrete to stop an airplane that has run off the end of a runway. By Mr. Ramirez. Questions this video answers: What is Newtonâ€™s second law? How do I solve for force? What do I need to know to find force? What is the equation used to find force?

**Duration:** 00:07:06 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

How do NFL coaches make decisions? I have no idea, but I hope that numbers are involved! This video describes how to use standard Normal calculations to determine the position of a quarterback amongst his peers--ultimately informing the decision whether or not to keep him for another season. Questions this video answers: What does normally distributed mean? What is a z-score? How do I standardize? How do I interpret my solution?

**Duration:** 00:04:50 / **Uploaded:** 2012-12-15 01:11:10

**Description:**

Ms. Erika Spurlin from Cabrillo HS shows how to factor trinomials. Questions this video answers: How do I factor a trinomial with a positive b value? How do I factor a trinomial with a negative b value?

**Duration:** 00:02:46 / **Uploaded:** 2012-12-15 17:40:51

**Description:**

LessonsFromVincent -IV-Introducing Camtasia Studio. Vincent gives general information about starting to use Camtasia Studio. Questions this video answers: What is Camtasia Studio? What can I use Camtasia Studio to do? Do I need a license key to use Camtasia Studio?

**Duration:** 00:01:16 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-16 03:59:13

**Description:**

Cabrillo HS student Rob shows how to add radical expressions. Questions this video answers: How do I add two radical expressions? What is the cubed root of 1? What is the square root of 36?

**Duration:** 00:01:08 / **Uploaded:** 2012-12-15 17:09:50

**Description:**

Kelly Castaneda of the Xrds School uses this video to introduce the concept and properties of the incenter of the triangle. This video, used in conjunction with the other videos explaining various centers of the triangle, will help students organize the properties of the various centers. Questions this video answers: What is an incenter? What are the properties of an incenter? What is concurrency?

**Duration:** 00:04:21 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

LessonsFromVincent -V-Importing Media. Vincent demonstrates how to import media into the clip bin and how to use the timeline on Camtasia Studio. Questions this video answers: In Camtasia Studio, what is the clip bin? How do I save a Camtasia project? How do I import media into a Camtasia project? How do I use the timeline? How do I add transitions?

**Duration:** 00:03:47 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-16 04:00:37

**Description:**

[Author unspecified] demonstrates how to find the x and y intercepts and what their significance is. Questions this video answers: How do I find intercepts? How do I graph intercepts? What does the x-intercept mean? What does the y-intercept mean? Why am I looking to the intercepts? How do you find the x-intercept of a line? How do you write an equation? Does my graph need the other quadrants? Will my line continue in both directions?

**Duration:** 00:05:24 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

Ms. Adame from St. Francis demonstrates steps for solving a multi-step equation. Questions this video answers: What are the steps for solving an equation? How to solve a multi-step equation? How to solve an equation?

**Duration:** 00:03:26 / **Uploaded:** 2013-01-19 15:32:01

**Description:**

Ms. Adame uses a song created by Mister C to help students remember order of operation PEMDAS. Questions this video answers: What is PEMDAS? What do the letters in PEMDAS stand for? When should I use PEMDAS?

**Duration:** 00:01:57 / **Uploaded:** 2013-02-20 01:35:12

**Description:**

LessonsFromVincent -III-ViewingCamtasia. Vincent shows how to record a video in Camtasia Studio. Questions this video answers: What are the different recording options in Camtasia Studio? How do I start and stop the recording? How do I save and edit the video I have made?

**Duration:** 00:02:01 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-16 03:58:03

**Description:**

Ms. Castaneda shows why the sum of the angles of a triangle equal 180 degrees and describes the proof for the triangle sum theorem. Questions this video answers: Why is the sum of the angles of a triangle equal to 180 degrees? Where else does 180 degrees present itself in geometry? What are alternate interior angles? What angles in and around a triangle are congruent?

**Duration:** 00:03:06 / **Uploaded:** 2012-12-15 01:18:45

**Description:**

Converting Degrees to Radians, and Radians to Degrees. Extra Practice for Students! By Mr. Ramirez. Questions this video answers: How do I convert from degrees to radians? How do I convert from radians to degrees? How do I use the unit circle? What equations can I use to convert between degrees and radians?

**Duration:** 00:05:35 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

Ms. Becky Afghani from the Long Beach Unified School District Math Office illustrates a slope slider tool. Questions this video answers: How to use a slope slider tool to investigate slope and the y-intercept? What changes the slope and line intercept? What happens to the line when y is greater than x?

**Duration:** 00:02:47 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

[author unspecified] demonstrates proving trigonometric identities. Questions this video answers: What are the trig identities? How can I prove a trig identity? What are trig properties? How can I solve a trig identity problem?

**Duration:** 00:10:36 / **Uploaded:** 2012-10-19 06:28:38

**Description:**

Ms. Adame from St. Francis demonstrates order of operation with use of PEMDAS to help with the order. Questions this video answers: How do I solve a problem with many varying arithmetic symbols? What do the letters of PEMDAS stand for? How do I use PEMDAS to solve this problem?

**Duration:** 00:03:51 / **Uploaded:** 2013-01-19 00:22:33

**Description:**

Cabrillo high school students discuss the impact math video making had on their high school careers.

**Duration:** 00:02:41 / **Uploaded:** 2013-05-23 15:03:14

**Description:**

[author unspecified] explains expressing a single log in terms of another. Questions this video answers: How can I write logarithms? How can I simplify logarithms? How can I write logarithms in terms of others? How are logarithms related?

**Duration:** 00:07:36 / **Uploaded:** 2012-10-29 14:03:58

**Description:**

Ms. Dianna Elrod explaining the elements of a converse statement. Questions this video answers: What is a converse statement? What is an if/then statement? What is a conditional statement? How do I create a converse statement?

**Duration:** 00:05:15 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

LessonsFromVincent-I-Starting Camtasia Studio. Vincent shares a general description of Camtasia Studio. Questions this video answers: How do I open a new Camtasia Studio file? How is Camtasia Studio divided? What are the different options at the top of the screen in Camtasia Studio?

**Duration:** 00:01:56 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-16 04:07:47

**Description:**

Ms. Foe-Aman from Cabrillo HS shows how to solve word problem inequalities. Questions this video answers: How do I translate a word problem into a mathematical expression? How do I know when to use a less than or a greater than symbol? How do I solve an inequality?

**Duration:** 00:02:44 / **Uploaded:** 2012-12-15 15:17:00

**Description:**

Mr. Moses Ofubo of St.Barnabas College uses the Cartesian plane to describe angles in the four quadrants. This corresponds to exercise 16a of Backhouse's "Pure Mathematics 1"

**Duration:** 00:06:06 / **Uploaded:** 2013-06-29 10:59:51

**Description:**

Ms. Mariam Enwia from Long Beach Renaissance High School for the Arts teaches how to find the area of a circle in terms of pi, find the area of a sector of a cirle and find the radius of a circle given the area. Questions this video answers: What is the area of a circle and sectors? How to formulate a circle? What is the radius of a circle with a specific A value? How to find the area of a circule and sectors?

**Duration:** 00:06:41 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

Cabrillo HS student, Alfred, shows how to solve multistep inequalities. Questions this video answers: How do I solve multi-step inequalities? How do I subtract from both sides? How do I solve for X? How do I divide both sides?

**Duration:** 00:01:14 / **Uploaded:** 2012-12-15 14:44:29

**Description:**

This videos shows how to determine maxima and minima from a graph, as well as an inflexion point.

**Duration:** 00:03:25 / **Uploaded:** 2013-06-12 09:51:04

**Description:**

[author unspecified] explains deriving trigonometric identities. Questions this video answers: What are trigonometric identities? How are the trig functions related? How can I solve for the trig identities? Can all the identities be derived?

**Duration:** 00:04:43 / **Uploaded:** 2012-10-18 15:01:43

**Description:**

Students will learn how to calculate the kinetic energy, or energy in motion, of a girl rolling down a hill using her mass and velocity. -Daniela (StudentsCreate-Animo Leadership Charter High School)

**Duration:** 00:01:55 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

Mr. Ramirez shows the three sections of Camtasia and demonstrates how to use the sections with a mock video. Questions this video answers: How do I create the visual for my video? How do I add audio to my video? How do I use the timeline in Camtasia? How do I record my screen or import video?

**Duration:** 00:04:16 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

This video provides hints on how to solve the (potential energy) work of a constant force. By Mr. Ramirez. Questions this video answers: How do I solve for work? What information do I need to know to solve for work? What equation is used to find work? How do I find the force in the problem?

**Duration:** 00:06:33 / **Uploaded:** 2012-10-02 18:02:20

**Description:**

Cabrillo High School student works out a problem of y = x3

**Duration:** 00:08:02 / **Uploaded:** 2013-06-12 08:11:15

**Description:**

Mr. Michel Paul from Beverly Hills High School uses GeoGebra to illustrate the concept of the Rational Number Plane, in contrast to the Number Line, as a way to visualize the rational numbers. Questions this video answers: How can I graph the rational numbers? Do all points on the line represent the same ratio?

**Duration:** 00:02:00 / **Uploaded:** 2012-10-02 18:34:55

**Description:**

[author unspecified] explains solving for quadratic equations when solution sets are given. Questions this video answers: What are the zeros of the equation? How are the zeros used in a quadratic equation? How can I solve for the quadratic when solutions are already given? How can I write the quadratic equation?

**Duration:** 00:01:41 / **Uploaded:** 2012-10-18 14:29:45

**Description:**

In this video Ms. Castaneda describes the terminology encountered when parallel lines are cut by a transversal. Also included are the relationships between the angles. What is a transversal line? What are the relationships between the angles formed by two parallel lines cut by a transversal line?

**Duration:** 00:02:53 / **Uploaded:** 2012-12-15 01:00:59

**Description:**

Given the circumference of a circle, we find the area of the circle. By Mr. Ramirez Questions this video answers: How do I find the area of a circle when given the circumference? What is the circumference of a circle? How does the circumference relate to the diameter and radius of a circle? How can I use the radius to find the area of a circle?

**Duration:** 00:04:53 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-28 14:44:09

**Description:**

Ms. Nicole Sutherland from College Ready Middle School discusses integer multiplication using real world examples. This video answers these questions: How do I multiply integers? How to get a negative answer? How to multiply negative digits? What are the rules to get integers?

**Duration:** 00:04:25 / **Uploaded:** 2012-10-24 12:29:02

**Description:**

Mr. Ramirez demonstrates finding the center and the radius of a circle by completing the square. Questions this video answers: How do I complete the square? What is the standard equation of a circle? What is the center of the circle and how do I find it?

**Duration:** 00:05:29 / **Uploaded:** 2012-10-02 17:39:11

**Description:**

Physics CST released questions: Collision in one dimension. By Mr. Ramirez. Questions this video answers: What is inelastic and elastic collision? What information do I need to know to solve problems like this one? What equation do I use to solve this problem? What is conservation of momentum and energy?

**Duration:** 00:04:54 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

Cabrillo HS student shows through permutation and combination, the number of ways, seven students can be seated in one row. Questions this video answers: How do I permutate? How do I combine? How do I multiply? How do I add?

**Duration:** 00:02:14 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

Ms. Adame from St. Francis demonstrates how to add integers The video answers questions: How do I add integers? What are the rules or adding integers? When adding integers how do I know if the answer is negative or positive?

**Duration:** 00:01:32 / **Uploaded:** 2012-12-15 15:29:52

**Description:**

Mr. Bryant Jenessa Illustrating and describing the relationship between the circle and the sine wave. Questions this video answers: How would you describe the relationship between the circle and the sine wave? How high is the center of the wheel?

**Duration:** 00:02:09 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

Mr. Jonathan Nez from Arroyo Seco Junior High School demonstrates how to use the order of operations to simplify numeric expressions. Questions this video answers: What is the order of operations? How do I solve a problem using the order of operations? In what order should I use multiplication or division?

**Duration:** 00:01:41 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

Mr. Menjivar from College Ready Middle Academy will walk you through how to create a box-and-whiskers plot. This case will use an even amount of data set. Questions this video answers: Why do is the plot called a box-and-whiskers? How do I find the median with an even amount of data set? How do I start in constructing a box-and-whiskers plot?

**Duration:** 00:12:35 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

Kelly Castaneda of the Xrds School uses this video to support student understanding of how to identify outliers in a data set using 1.5 x IQR. Questions this video answers: What is an outlier? How do I know if a value is an outlier? What are those dots in a boxplot?

**Duration:** 00:02:12 / **Uploaded:** 2012-09-27 19:54:28

**Description:**

[author unspecified] explains limits and composite functions. Questions this video answers: What is a composite function? What is a limit? What is the limit of a function that is not continuous? How can I find the limit of a function?

**Duration:** 00:06:28 / **Uploaded:** 2012-10-05 07:30:58

**Description:**

In this video Ms. Castaneda describes the properties of the midsegment theorem. Questions this video answers: What is a midsegment of a triangle? What is the midsegment theorem? What are the properties of a midsegment? How many midsegments does a triangle have?

**Duration:** 00:02:20 / **Uploaded:** 2012-12-15 00:24:30

**Description:**

Using the first principle of calculus and with the help of a graph and chart, the video shows how to find the gradient for a given point on graph.

**Duration:** 00:13:18 / **Uploaded:** 2013-06-12 10:00:56