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# Top Math movies on DVD and Blu-ray

Basic Math: The Standard Deviants

- Synopsis
- In "The Zany World of Basic Math," the Standard Deviants perform and educate in an entertaining, non-standard way. Using offbeat visual techniques and humor, the group makes understanding basic math concepts easier and more fun, teaching youngsters about addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, ratios and more. The tutorial concludes with brief quizzes and a "Grand Slam Exam" to test kids on how much they've learned.
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- Cast
- Director
- Director
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- Genres
- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help, Education & Guidance, Ages 5-7, Ages 8-10

Algebra: Vol. 1: The Standard Deviants

- Synopsis
- The wacky minds behind the Standard Deviants series employ their trademark mix of movie parodies, songs, shameless puns and more to convey the lessons of algebra in a fun, clear and effective manner. The program includes segments on functions, algebraic properties, linear equations and more. Viewers can chart their progress with the interactive testing and practice exams, all easily accessed through the menu.
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- Cast
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help

Algebra 1: Lesson 1: An Overview

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- The first in a series of lessons, this fun instructional program will help anyone struggling to understand algebra. Engaging teacher Dr. Monica Neagoy's nontraditional style provides a unique overview by using real-world examples and illustrations. Topics include a look at the history and evolution of algebra; the development of algebraic symbolism; and the geometric and numeric currents.
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- Cast
- Dr. Monica Neagoy
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Pre-Algebra Power: The Standard Deviants

- Synopsis
- An algebraic equation can be as befuddling as, well, an algebraic equation! But with the help of the crackerjack educational team called Standard Deviants, factors, tree diagrams, absolute values, infinities and radical expressions are broken down to understandable bits so students can calculate and compute with confidence. Standard Deviants prides itself on infusing complicated subjects with lots of fun so learning becomes almost effortless.
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- Cast
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Geometry: Vol. 1: The Standard Deviants

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- Math haters take heart: The Standard Deviants take a daunting subject -- geometry -- and make it approachable through instruction that includes a heaping dose of humor, a smattering of technology and a raft of real-world examples. Designed by a panel of college professors and presented by an assortment of hams, the course covers all the geometry basics in a fast-paced but understandable manner. Flash cards, reviews and quizzes are included.
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- Cast
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Children & Family, Education & Guidance, Homework Help, Special Interest, Math

The Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus Tutor

- Synopsis
- Packed with hours of one-on-one instruction, this educational video program is based on the simple belief that if immersed in the basics, anyone can learn complex math. Focusing on the rudiments of trigonometry and precalculus, chapter topics cover complex numbers, exponential and logarithmic functions, angles, finding trig functions using triangles and the unit circle, graphing trig functions and trig identities.
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- Cast
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Children & Family, Education & Guidance, Homework Help, Special Interest, Math

Chicka Chicka 1, 2, 3 and More

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- Three kid-friendly stories impart important lessons in the realm of numbers and counting. In "Chicka Chicka 1-2-3," numbers one through 101 climb an apple tree and do battle with meddlesome bumblebees -- but which number will save the day? Then, in "How Much Is a Million?" and "If You Made a Million," Marvelosissimo the Mathematical Magician demystifies the concept of large numbers and explains the various forms of currency.
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- Cast
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Children & Family, Education & Guidance, Homework Help, Math

Introduction to Fractions

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- Take the mystery out of fractions with this introductory lesson from professor Murray Siegel. Step-by-step instructions guide you through the basics, such as simplifying, reducing, writing mixed numbers as improper fractions, equivalents and more. Plus, Siegel explains each part of the fraction in clear language, making it easy to learn this important aspect of mathematics.
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- Cast
- Murray Siegel
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Algebra 1: Lesson 2: The Evolution

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- Educator Monica Neagoy takes the mystery out of algebra with explicit examples of how it applies to everyday life. Using easy-to-follow anecdotes, she leads students step by step through important algebraic concepts such as sets of natural and whole numbers, rational and real numbers, and integers. Neagoy, a leading mathematics professor and pioneer in education consulting, makes learning the basics fun.
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- Cast
- Dr. Monica Neagoy
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Pre-Algebra #2: The Standard Deviants

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- This installment of the Standard Deviants series, written by a team of university professors, expands on the concepts of pre-algebra in a quick no-nonsense style that lets you pause and rewind until you master the lesson. Topics include basic linear equations, checking solutions, absolute value equations, graphing basics, quadrants, plotting points, graphing linear equations, boundary lines and area of intersection.
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- Cast
- Director
- Director
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- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Multiplication and Division

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- Master fundamental multiplication and division, learn the meaning and usage of word multiplication, and discover the ability to multiply using the lattice method with this dynamic program from renowned math professor Murray Siegel. Through simple exercises, students will learn the logical process of multiplication, acquire the ability to make valid estimates for problems and obtain the capacity to explain division.
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- Cast
- Murray Siegel
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- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Addition and Subtraction

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- Mathematician Murray Siegel leads you through a logical explanation of the building blocks of math: addition and subtraction. Beginning with a definition of what the word <i>number</i> actually means, Siegel provides a clear and inviting foundation. A leader in public school mathematics, Siegel has also spent much of his life devoted to adult education. His videos help students overcome the fears and anxiety that can surround mathematical concepts.
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- Cast
- Murray Siegel
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- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

The 1st-7th Grade Math Tutor

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- Using example problems as a hands-on tool, this basic math tutorial offers seven hours of easy-to-understand explanations of fundamental math concepts. The approach of this homework and test-taking video helper is to eliminate boring lectures and to carefully work through detailed example problems, so even those with no math skills can follow along. Essential math topics are covered, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
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- Cast
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- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help

Algebra 2

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- Return to the educational exploits of Idaho Bones and Boise as they build on the algebra concepts introduced in the first volume. This video includes discussions of quadratic equations, factoring, imaginary numbers, higher order polynomials and more concepts sure to help stoke your mathematics groove.
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- Cast
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- Director
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- Genres
- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help

Fundamental Geometric Concepts

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- Award-winning math teacher Jim Noggle helps demystify the essentials of geometry with this informative, well-organized educational video. Using a blackboard and flip charts, along with physical models of geometric objects, Noggle teaches students how to introduce and use the undefined terms, lines and planes; how to understand basic terminology of various expressions; and how to establish a linear system of measurement.
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- Cast
- Jim Noggle
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- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help

Problem-Solving Techniques

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- This edition of the educational video series will teach you techniques designed to help you through nonstandard mathematical problems by using charts to simplify them. Instead of having you commit a specific algorithm or formula to memory to solve every kind of problem, the program illustrates a method that can be used as a starting point for working out an assortment of problems.
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- Cast
- Murray Siegel
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- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Fractions, Decimals and Percents

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- Learn the basics of fractions, decimals, and percents with this complete, easy-to-follow educational video course which covers how to write a fraction as a decimal, a decimal as a fraction, a decimal as a percent, or a percent as a decimal. Learning fractions, decimals, and percents has never been so easy!
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- Cast
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- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Getting Ahead: World Geography

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- The world expands and conflates all at once in this eye-opening four-disc series that takes viewers to 16 different countries and shows them what the days and nights are truly like for those who live there. The adventure-filled series brings to life the study of geography, with participants journeying to such far-flung locales as Israel, South Africa, the United Kingdom, France and China, and then meeting and learning from one another.
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- Cast
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- Director
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- Genres
- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help

Algebra 1: Lesson 4

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- Georgetown University mathematics lecturer Monica Neagoy leads you step by step through the basics of graphing calculators, including the uses of function, editing and statistics keys; variables; and equations relating to two axes. Neagoy effectively uses practical examples and historical anecdotes that will inform and entertain you, whether you need a refresher course or are learning for the first time.
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- Cast
- Dr. Monica Neagoy
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- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Basic Math: Lesson 3: Long Division

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- Utilizing real-world examples, this educational program teaches viewers an easy-to-understand approach to solving long-division problems. Within no time at all, viewers will be able to make good estimates and divide by one- or two-digit divisors. The significance of the powerful mantra "divide, multiply, subtract, bring down" is explained thoroughly. Viewers will also learn why it is impossible to divide by zero.
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- Cast
- Murray Siegel
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- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Algebra 1: Lesson 5

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- Algebra was never this much fun. Georgetown University's Dr. Monica Neagoy covers input/output numerical tables, general formulas for the nth (positive) odd number, graphical representation and exploration, and more in this program. Combining real-world examples and interesting anecdotes, this lesson also delves into derivations of algebraic formulas and is perfect for first-time learners or anyone who needs a refresher course.
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- Cast
- Dr. Monica Neagoy
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Advanced Algebra Tutor

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- Seven hours of advanced algebra instruction from Math Tutor series founder Jason Gibson prepares students for college-level and advanced algebra courses. Would-be math scholars learn by doing as they work example problems that build in complexity. Lessons cover everything from graphs of functions and circles to quadratic functions, arithmetic and geometric sequences, graphing of rational functions, the binomial theorem and more.
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- Cast
- Jason Gibson
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- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help

Getting Ahead: Mathematics

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- Math is made easy and -- dare we say it? -- perhaps even fun with this computer-animated series. The program's central characters, Sam and Amber, with the able assistance of mathematical oracle Numberella, use basic math to solve problems and carry out tasks on their Uncle Zak's planetoid, Junkiter. Each program teaches a single concept through the use of mnemonic rhymes, songs, and lively characters and stories.
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- Cast
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help

Algebra 1: Lesson 6

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- The sixth installment of this ongoing series designed to teach students the basics of algebra tackles multiple representations of linear functions, a concept that sounds more complicated than it is. Using nontraditional tutoring methods, educator Monica Neagoy demonstrates how to use a graphing calculator to represent a function and then explains how to translate verbal information into solvable algebraic equations.
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- Cast
- Dr. Monica Neagoy
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Algebra 1: Lesson 7

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- In the seventh lesson of this popular algebra course, Georgetown University's Dr. Monica Neagoy explains the effect of the numerical coefficients a and b, and the use of parallel and perpendicular lines in graphical representations. Combining interesting anecdotes and real-world examples, this lesson also covers derivations of algebraic formulas and is perfect for newbie learners or anyone who needs a course that refreshes their skills.
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- Cast
- Dr. Monica Neagoy
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Solving Simple Equations

- Synopsis
- Math wizard Dr. Murray Siegel demonstrates how to solve simple linear equations with one variable in this volume of the Basic Math series. He also teaches students the foundations and importance of algebra. Lessons gradually become more complex, and by the end of the program, students are able to, with confidence, add and subtract whole numbers and check their answers by using the original equation.
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- Cast
- Murray Siegel
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Inductive Reasoning

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- Join math whiz Jim Noggle for this clear, comprehensive series that takes the mystery out of geometry. In this volume, Noggle explains the essentials of inductive and deductive reasoning and their importance in mathematical relationships. The easy-to-follow instruction provides real-world examples of inductive and deductive reasoning, making it easier for viewers to understand their role in geometry.
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- Cast
- Jim Noggle
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help, Education & Guidance

Subtracting Fractions

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- Professor Murray H. Siegel teaches this mathematics lesson involving fractions. The easy-to-follow course covers subtracting fractions, mixed numbers, borrowing numbers when subtracting mixed numbers and more. Part of the Teaching Company's series of educational programs, this lesson explains why a mathematical operation works and how it relates to other areas of mathematics, and covers practical applications and alternative methods.
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- Cast
- Murray Siegel
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Algebra 1: Lesson 9

- Synopsis
- Using nontraditional methods to make learning dynamic, educator Monica Neagoy leads the ninth installment of the ongoing series designed to teach basic algebraic concepts. In this volume, Neagoy focuses on solving problems with linear equations, beginning with a brief history of problem solving before moving on to explain how to derive an algebraic equation though functional exploration and symbolic manipulation.
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- Cast
- Dr. Monica Neagoy
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Multiplying Fractions

- Synopsis
- Learn the basics of multiplying fractions with this complete, easy-to-follow educational video course which covers how to execute the canceling process, multiply fractions, multiply mixed numbers (and more then two mixed numbers), and more. Learning math has never been so easy!
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- Cast
- Murray Siegel
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Basic Math: Lesson 25: Statistics

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- Professor Murray H. Siegel teaches this mathematics lesson in statistics. The easy-to-follow course covers the graphing calculator, tendency, variation, outliers, box plots, means, medians, data analysis, data set ranges and more. Part of the Teaching Company's series of educational programs, this lesson explains why mathematical operations work and how they relate to other areas of mathematics, and also covers practical applications.
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- Cast
- Murray Siegel
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Chemistry: Lesson 6: Converting

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- This educational program takes students step by step through the systems of logic necessary to tackle high school chemistry problems, while eliminating the dependence on rote memorization to solve equations. The program introduces and thoroughly breaks down the Factor-Label method of problem solving, which helps students approach and solve an equation without knowledge of any variable other than the units involved in each individual problem.
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- Cast
- Director
- Director
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- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

GED Calculator Essentials

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- Prepare yourself to pass the GED mathematics test with the help of this instructional program, which reviews the fundamental math topics covered in the test; how to use a Casio FX-260 calculator; and knowing the right time to use the calculator. Through sample problems taken directly from prior tests, viewers can quickly improve their math skills and practice the test-taking tips offered in this program.
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- Cast
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Homework Help, Math

Angles and Measure

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- Get out your protractor for one of the most important concepts in geometry as award-winning mathematics teacher Jim Noggle defines and demystifies angles, showing you how to recognize, classify and measure them in their various degrees. With clear instruction, you'll learn all the parts of an angle, the variety of ways to name the same angle, the difference between complementary and supplementary angles, and other angle relationships.
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- Cast
- Jim Noggle
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help, Education & Guidance

Basic Math: Lesson 19: Geometry I

- Synopsis
- Led by professor Murray Siegel, Basic Math's ongoing series on mathematic fundamentals continues with this introduction to geometry, covering such topics as points, lines, planes, segments, rays, angles and more. Through simple exercises and easy-to-follow instructions, students will learn the process of computing the areas of geometric shapes such as rectangles, squares, parallelograms and much more.
- Cast
- Cast
- Murray Siegel
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Algebra 1: Lesson 10

- Synopsis
- Take the mystery out of algebra with this unique lesson from noted mathematician Dr. Monica Neagoy. This volume focuses on working with linear functions, with instruction in collecting, representing and analyzing data to create models. Incorporating examples from history and mythology, Neagoy uses real-world applications to illustrate this important but sometimes confusing mathematical skill.
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- Cast
- Dr. Monica Neagoy
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Stepping Stones: Addition & Subtraction

- Synopsis
- Want to improve your child's basic math skills? Geared to youngsters ages 3 to 9 who may be having difficulty retaining math lessons, this instructional interactive video offers an imaginative approach to learning that engages children and increases their command of addition and subtraction. Conceived by educators, Stepping Stones uses virtual flash cards and clear visual explanations to make arithmetic fun for kids.
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- Cast
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Children & Family, Homework Help, Math, Ages 5-7, Ages 8-10, Education & Guidance

Adding and Subtracting Integers

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- Award-winning math teacher Murray Siegel leads this user-friendly instructional series designed to drill students of all ages on basic concepts. In this installment, he explains how to add and subtract integers. Lessons also focus on how to compare integers, as well as how to apply the rules of addition and subtraction to determine the proper order of operations when it comes to solving more complex problems.
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- Cast
- Murray Siegel
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Ratios and Proportions

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- Using real-world applications and simple practice exercises, this entry of the Basic Math instructional series helps students master the ins and outs of ratio and proportion mathematical problems. Learn everything from the effectiveness of cross-multiplication for solving proportions to the keys for writing equivalent ratios and everything in between with this fun and comprehensive program.
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- Cast
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Basic Math: Lesson 27: Measurement

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- With a focus on helping students understand how measurements are used in the real world, this math fundamentals lesson covers the metric system. Topics include metric prefix definitions, choosing the correct unit of measurement and much more. Professor Murray H. Siegel uses an array of helpful visuals and explains concepts in straightforward language in this installment of the popular Basic Math series.
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- Cast
- Murray Siegel
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Algebra = Fun

- Synopsis
- Geared toward sixth- through eighth-graders and appropriate for older students wanting a refresher course, this enjoyable educational series teaches algebra with an upbeat attitude. Eccentric Doctor X2 makes the study of mathematics entertaining -- complete with "Wacky Weird Alerts" -- as he guides kids through the complex world of algebra. The 16 lessons cover topics such as additive inverses, negative numbers, radical signs, exponents and more.
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- Cast
- Dave Patten
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help

Preparing Logical Reasons

- Synopsis
- In this program, noted high school mathematics teacher Jim Noggle explains the critical elements of a two-column geometry proof, taking viewers through the process of writing a proof one step at a time. First, you'll learn how to draw and label a diagram for a proof. Then, you'll prepare to write the proof by formulating a plan. Finally, Noggle demonstrates how to write the two-column proof.
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- Cast
- Jim Noggle
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help, Education & Guidance

Algebra 1: Lesson 16

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- Dr. Monica Neagoy presents three problems involving quadratic equations: the first is a concrete sequence of geometric figures, the second an introduction to the Golden Ratio, and the third an exercise in finding the roots of a quadratic equation. Real-world applications of algebraic principles make this a fresh departure from conventional educational methods. Also covered is the difference between quadratic functions and quadratic equations.
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- Cast
- Dr. Monica Neagoy
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Basic Math: Lesson 24: Number Patterns II

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- Basic Math's ongoing series on mathematic fundamentals, led by Professor Murray Siegel, continues with this lesson designed to help students discover the simplest ways to solve number-pattern math problems. Learn how to use subtraction to find a "black hole," how to add the cubes of a number'sdigitsand how to determine whether or not a specific number is a palindrome -- all with the help of this easy-to-follow, instructional program.
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- Cast
- Murray Siegel
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Multiplication and Division of Integers

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- Using easy-to-follow visual aids and simple practice exercises, this entry in the Basic Math instructional series helps students master the basics of multiplication and division of integers. With lessons on everything from using negative numbers to identify the meaning of multiplication, to the application of the standard order of operations for various integer problems, this instructional guide makes learning math clear and simple.
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- Cast
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Algebra 1: Lesson 17

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- Concentrating on grounding lessons in real-world examples, Dr. Monica Neagoy sidesteps conventional classroom approaches in her exciting lecture on modeling real-world data with quadratic functions. Students will learn how to use quadratic regression to build a mathematical model and understand how such models are important in real-world applications. Other topics include investigative questions and scatter plotting.
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- Cast
- Dr. Monica Neagoy
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Chemistry: Lesson 23: Principle 1

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- Delve into the particulars of the La Chatelier's principle, which can be used to predict how a system in equilibrium will find a new equilibrium when subject to changes in concentration, pressure, temperature or volume. Chemistry: The Complete Course avoids the tired tactics of rote memorization and emphasizes a logical reasoning approach to solving high school chemistry problems.
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- Cast
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Children & Family, Math, Homework Help

Algebra 1: Lesson 18

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- Mathematics instructor Dr. Monica Neagoy employs progressive teaching methods -- such as the incorporation of mythology and history into her algebra lessons -- to make the material not only memorable, but even enjoyable. This lesson covers such concepts as first- through third-degree polynomials, as well as comparisons between various functions, among them cubic, quadratic and linear.
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- Cast
- Dr. Monica Neagoy
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Algebra 1: Lesson 11

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- Dr. Monica Neagoy draws on her rich understanding of history and mythology to supply concrete examples of the applications of algebra in this enlivening lesson, which delves into linear functions and geometry. Topics include finding the sum of interior angles of a polygon, the difference between linear regression and mathematical modeling, data collection, scatter plotting and algebraic equations.
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- Cast
- Dr. Monica Neagoy
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Basic Math: Lesson 20: Geometry II

- Synopsis
- Learn the difference between a square, a rectangle and a cube with this comprehensive tutorial that introduces several basic geometry concepts, including computing the perimeter of a shape and defining many common three-dimensional objects. Geometry is one of the cornerstones of mathematics, and this lesson makes it easy to grasp the relationship between angles, shapes and dimensions, and to apply that knowledge to the real world.
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- Cast
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Chemistry: Lesson 21: 2

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- This series of chemistry lessons is geared toward students of high school-level chemistry who seek to master the logical reasoning behind this scientific discipline, while eliminating a reliance on rote memorization. This volume makes an in-depth examination of the hypothetical reaction 2A + B <--> C + 3D, using process of elimination with respect to different concentration levels of reactants and products, in order to reach equilibrium.
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- Cast
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help

Right-Triangle Trig

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- In this user-friendly course, veteran geometry instructor Jim Noggle teaches the fundamentals of right-triangle trigonometry, including how to define and apply the tangent, sine and cosine ratios for acute angles. Noggle also explains how to use tangent, sine and cosine ratios to solve problems involving right triangles. Noggle is an award-winning instructor who's been teaching math since 1970.
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- Cast
- Jim Noggle
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help, Education & Guidance

The Circle

- Synopsis
- The 25th installment of this multipart instructional series designed to teach geometry to high school students focuses on how to determine the area and circumference of circles as well as how to find arc lengths and sector areas. Led by Jim Noggle, a veteran mathematics instructor with decades of experience, the series seeks to make learning simple and understandable, with a focus on user-friendliness.
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- Cast
- Jim Noggle
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help, Education & Guidance

Cylinders, Cones and Spheres

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- This clear and easy-to-follow lesson features experienced geometry instructor Jim Noggle offering definitions of cylinders, cones and spheres, along with the formulas for determining the lateral and total areas of each. He also explains in simple terms the theorems necessary to calculate the total volume of each three-dimensional object.
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- Cast
- Jim Noggle
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help, Education & Guidance

Algebra 1: Lesson 20

- Synopsis
- Let Georgetown University instructor Dr. Monica Neagoy help demystify the fascinating world of algebra in this program that explores the properties of rational functions, the relationship between algebraic equations and geometric graphs, and more. Combining specific examples with illustrations drawn from mythology, history and other disciplines, Neagoy's unique approach will help you gain mastery over these algebraic concepts.
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- Cast
- Dr. Monica Neagoy
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Algebra 1: Lesson 26

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- University math professor Monica Neagoy uses a gifted multidisciplinary approach and concrete examples to explain the various types of matrices, including the coefficient matrix, the constant matrix and the variable matrix. She also discusses how to introduce a matrix into a given system and then how to use that matrix to solve the system.
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- Cast
- Dr. Monica Neagoy
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Unit Conversion Tutor

- Synopsis
- Understanding scientific notation, the metric system and unit conversions is a must for students of math and science. This comprehensive course teaches these concepts in detail and illustrates each with sample problems. Segments on scientific notation, the metric system and SI units are followed by individual lessons on unit conversions involving length, area, volume, speed, mass and weight and density.
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- Cast
- Director
- Director
- Genres
- Genres
- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help

Algebra 1: Lesson 21

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- By way of two concrete examples -- including a three-dimensional geometric poser -- educator Monica Neagoy covers the ground rules for working with rational functions and equations in this installment of her effective classroom series. Neagoy clarifies key algebraic concepts through intriguing historical anecdotes and real-world applications, which results in deeper understanding and greater retention..
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- Dr. Monica Neagoy
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- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Algebra 1: Lesson 28

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- Learn the fundamentals of algebraic inequalities in this easy-to-follow instructional program. The lessons in this volume cover inequalities, how they differ from equations, solving them through symbolic manipulation and more. The host, mathematician Dr. Monica Neagoy, uses her vast knowledge of history and mythology to impart algebraic concepts, offering practical examples that students are more likely to retain.
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- Dr. Monica Neagoy
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- Director
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- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

Ration and Proportion

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- With skill and clarity, seasoned math teacher Jim Noggle targets ratio, proportion and similarity in this installment of Geometry: The Complete Course, a helpful instructional math series. You'll learn how to express a ratio in its simplest form; how to identify, write and solve proportions; how to use ratios and proportions as problem-solving tools; how to express equivalent forms of any given proportion; and much more.
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- Jim Noggle
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- Director
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- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help, Education & Guidance

Geometry: Lesson 7: Triangles

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- Veteran mathematics teacher Jim Noggle sees three sides to every story in this triangle-centric installment of Geometry: The Complete Course. With clarity and precision, Noggle packs a comprehensive lesson on triangles into one 30-minute episode. You'll learn how to classify triangles according to their sides and angles, and you'll also discover how to use theorems relating to the angles of a triangle.
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- Jim Noggle
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- Director
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- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help, Education & Guidance

Polygons

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- Math teacher Jim Noggle explains major geometry concepts and how to apply them in this educational series. In this lesson, he explains the derivation of area formulas and how to calculate the area of shapes like rectangles, squares and triangles. With more than 25 years of experience, the award-winning Noggle knows how to present geometry in a straightforward way that viewers are sure to understand.
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- Jim Noggle
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- Director
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- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help, Education & Guidance

Parallel Lines

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- Innovative geometry instructor Jim Noggle delves into the wonders of geometry in this lesson that explains parallel lines and planes, skew lines, transversals and the angles formed by them. Noggle also helps students learn how to apply postulates and theorems about the angles formed when parallel lines are intersected by a transversal.
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- Cast
- Jim Noggle
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- Director
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- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help, Education & Guidance

Variations of Congruent Triangles

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- In this installment of Geometry: The Complete Course, seasoned math teacher Jim Noggle explains how to determine the congruency of segments or angles by proving the congruency of triangles. You'll also discover how to use the congruency of two triangles as a way of proving other facts, as well as how to prove that two triangles are congruent by proving the congruency of two other triangles.
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- Cast
- Jim Noggle
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- Director
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- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help, Education & Guidance

Prisms and Pyramids

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- Veteran educator Jim Noggle has the knack of turning intimidating geometry theorems into interesting mysteries to be solved, and in this 30-minute lesson he explains the definitions and properties of polyhedrons, prisms and pyramids. Noggle also covers the logical derivation of area and volume formulas, and teaches viewers how to calculate the area and volume of those geometric shapes.
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- Cast
- Jim Noggle
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- Director
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- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help, Education & Guidance

Basic Math: Lesson 22: Number Theory

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- Award-winning math instructor Murray Siegel teaches this lesson in basic number theory, explaining to viewers the difference between prime and composite numbers and how to find the prime factorization of a composite number. In easy-to-understand terms, Siegel also demonstrates how to use prime factoring to calculate the greatest common factor and least common multiple of two or more numbers.
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- Murray Siegel
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- Special Interest, Education & Guidance, Math, Homework Help

The Logic of Constructions

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- Jim Noggle has spent his 30-year career developing methods that simplify mathematical principles, and this volume of his series on geometry does just that, as he presents the material in a clear and meticulously organized lesson. Exercises include finding the exact center of a circle, dividing a segment in half and inscribing a circle inside a triangle.
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- Jim Noggle
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- Director
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- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help, Education & Guidance

Tangents and Arcs

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- If the circle has your head spinning round and round in geometry class, then try this installment of Geometry: The Complete Course, which teaches you how to apply fundamental definitions and concepts with regard to circles. You'll also learn how to state and apply theorems related to tangents, chords, arcs and central angles. Veteran math teacher Jim Noggle takes a straightforward approach to the lesson, illustrating the concepts on a chalkboard.
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- Cast
- Jim Noggle
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- Director
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- Genres
- Special Interest, Math, Homework Help, Education & Guidance

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