**Category:**HS Algebra**Uploaded by admin on:**2012-09-14 17:57:23

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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?
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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?

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?

Comments (5 of 5)

YueruLu

Posted: 30-05-13

nice video! It is good to show the steps, while it may skip some steps.The recommendation I wanna make is that the variable could be "y"instead of "x" . Because using "x" may be kind of confusing when solving the task. Also the music is a little bit distracting! Look forward to a better work!

Guillermo does a good job of showing the steps, but it seemed a bit rushed. This video has potential to be better than what it is if there was a bit more time spent on explaining the steps and going into more depth on multi- step binomials. Also the music in the background is distracting and takes away from focusing on what is going on here. I would suggest lowering the volume on it.

Very nice video; sometimes the explanations for each step were lacking and could have been explained more throughly (explaining that like terms were being combined, etc would have been helpful) but the example was clear and fairly easy to follow. It would also be nice to see some additional practice problems that we could work on to ensure we grasp the concept.

The music is great at the beginning and I like that it continues, however he needs to turn it down a little because it is hard to focus on what he is explaining. Guillermo did a great job explaining the steps; he made the problem simple to solve. One thing I would change is choosing a different variable, other than the already used *x, *for the unknown equation. The video was a good length for the content presented; it was a simple and fast problem to solve. Compared with his teacher%u2019s video of the same problem, he could have walked the viewer through the language of the word problem better; definitely needed prior knowledge to watch his video.

Guillermo does a good job showing his steps in this video. It was confusing how he used the variable 'x' to represent the binomial he was trying to find. The expression already had some 'x's in it, so the confusion came because the 'x' he is solving for and the 'x's in the expression looked like they were the same. Also, the music was a little loud at distracting at times.