AlgebraMay 22, 2018 2020-06-18 13:32
You might fear algebra, thinking it makes maths complex, but in fact, the main aim of algebra is to simplify the problems. Do you know a mathematical expression which is written in 5 sentences and can be expressed in a single algebraic equation? Yes! Algebra makes maths quite easy. In these videos, we will explore topics like Algebraic Expressions, Factorisation, Linear equation and much more.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
This is a big session. It covers advanced application on Simplifying Algebraic Expressions, Linear Equations in one and two variables, Sequences, Functions, Solving Quadratic Equations, Exponents, Absolute Value and Inequalities.
All types of Algebraic Inequalities are covered in great detail- Simple Inequalities, Linear Inequalities in 2 variables, Quadratic Inequalities and Absolute Value Inequalities.
HOW WILL THIS SESSION BENEFIT YOU?
If you feel overwhelmed by Algebra, especially by concepts such as Absolute Value and Inequalities then this session is for you. After having learned the wavy line method, inequalities regions, etc in Quant Online, this session will equip you to solve every question that comes your way from these topics.
HOW WILL YOU LEARN?
We will begin the session with a quick quiz of 13 questions to test your conceptual understanding. We will then proceed to discuss 10 GMAT 700+ level questions in great length. Each question will be dissected in detail; we will evaluate multiple approaches and demonstrate how you can minimize your mistakes by following the GMAT Tutor approach.
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO BEFORE THE SESSION?
To make the most of this session, you must have completed the assigned coursework before coming into the session. The course work includes concept files and/or Guided quizzes and articles on the topics of Simplifying Algebraic Expressions, Linear Equations, Quadratic Equations, Sequences, Functions, Exponents and Inequalities (Inequalities Basics, Linear Inequalities in two variables, Quadratic Inequalities and Absolute Value Inequalities).
- Algebraic Identities
- 2. Linear Equations
- 3. Quadratic and Cubic Equations
- 4. System of Equations
- 5. Exponents and Surd
- 6. Number Line and Absolute Value
- 7. Inequalities, Maxima and Minima, Area under Curve
- 8. Functions, Sequences and Series, Reiterative functions
- 9. Arithmetic, Geometric and Harmonic Progressions, AM, GM, HM