## Algebra Help – How to Solve for Variables by Changing Coefficients 1.4a

How do you solve for a variable, such as 2x=1? This video introduces the second technique for solving algebraic equations and explains the logic and meaning …

## Free Online Linear Equations Solver (Meta Calculator)

How to use Meta Calculator’s (http://www.meta-calculator.com) free online equation solver to solve systems of linear equations in 2, 3, or more variables!

## Solving Equations with Fractions (GCSE & IGCSE Higher Maths) Tutorial – Algebra (quadratic & linear)

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## Equations: Solving for x

The basics of solving an algebra equation.

## BCA5.4.X. Example: Solving a Rational Equation

Basic College Algebra: We give another example of solving a rational equation. Key steps include finding a least common denominator and checking all solution…

## BCA4.6.X Example 1: Solving Quadratics Equations Using Zero Product Rule

Basic College Algebra: We give an example of solving a quadratic equation using the zero product rule. Find all solutions to s^2 + (s+6)^2 = 68.

## BCA4.6.X. Example 2: Solving Quadratic Equations

Basic College Algebra: We give another example of finding solutions to polynomial equations using the zero product rule. In this case, we show how to solve a…

## Ambigrams: The upside down art of the artist who inspired Dan Brown | Alex Bellos

The author of The Da Vinci Code named the novel's hero after a mathematically minded typographer I've been a bit lax with blog posts recently since I've been finishing off my next book, a follow-up to Alex's Adventures in Numberland and Here's Looking at Euclid, due out in 2014. The publishing event of this year, however, will be the release of the new Dan Brown novel, Inferno, in May. It will …