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Students: these are formulas you should know for tests. You will not be given these formulas on the test and I expect you to know them. Someone sent me these charts in an email, but you can find a much more detailed version at Barnes & Nobles and other bookstores. Also, this section also contains practice tests.

HOW TO SOLVE MATRICES
This is an example of a video lesson system I used in my classroom as both supplementary problems and as a review aid. I also made homework checks using the same type of video lessons. Cheap, easy, and simple for any teacher to do for his/her students.

ALGEBRA FORMULAS
This section includes a review of Algebra I and Geometry as well as all things you should learn in Algebra II: special products equations, factoring, exponent properties, circle equation, parabola equation, quadratic equation, radical properties, properties of inequalities, properties of logarithms, linear equation, distance formula, slope formula, trigonometric equations, and basic geometry.

ALGEBRA TESTS
This page contains downloadable practice tests. These were practice tests I made for my students that I was tutoring at South Louisiana Community College. The information is basically the same.

GEOMETRY FORMULAS
This section includes a review of Algebra I and all things you should learn in Geometry: basic properties of triangles, right triangles, properties of congruent trianges, trigonometric equations, Heron's Formula, properties of circles, properties of regular polygons, areas of polygons, triangle angle-disector theories, and volume and area of shapes.


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