There are 6 lessons in this math tutorial covering Writing Formulas and Substituting in a Formula. The tutorial starts with an introduction to Writing Formulas and Substituting in a Formula and is then followed with a list of the separate lessons, the tutorial is designed to be read in order but you can skip to a specific lesson or return to recover a specific math lesson as required to build your math knowledge of Writing Formulas and Substituting in a Formula. you can access all the lessons from this tutorial below.
In this Math tutorial, you will learn:
How do you find the area of a square? Rectangle? Circle? Do you express the entire sentence in words or would you use a shorter method for this?
How do you express the fact that speed in a uniform motion is calculated by dividing distance and time?
How do you calculate the price of a product if the cost and profit are both known?
What do you understand by the term 'formula'? Could you remember two formulas from physics and two from chemistry? What about finance and banking? Are there any formulas in these fields?
This tutorial is focused on writing formulas and substituting quantities in a formula to find an unknown quantity in an easy way. Giving that formulas are present in many applied sciences, this is a very important topic with many applications in daily life.
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|Tutorial ID||Math Tutorial Title||Tutorial||Video|
|8.1||Writing Formulas and Substituting in a Formula|
|Lesson ID||Math Lesson Title||Lesson||Video|
|8.1.1||Mathematical vs Word Sentences|
|8.1.2||What is a Formula? How do we Write Formulas?|
|8.1.3||Expressing Events in a Shorter Way using Formulas|
|8.1.4||Substituting into a Formula|
|8.1.5||Substituting in Formulas derived from Wordy Problems|
|8.1.6||Finding the Inverse Formula|
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