Algebra Made Easy with Math Minutes Pro
Math Problem Solving in Minutes
What you’ll learn

Procedural and conceptual problem solving skills

Study skills and test prep strategies

How to solve math word problems

Rules for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing integers

Expressions, equations, and inequalities

Linear functions, tables, and graphs

Onestep, twostep, and multistep equations

Ratios, proportions, and percent problems

Linear functions in a coordinate plane and formulas (slope formula, slopeintercept form, and pointslope form)

Solve and graph inequalities, compound inequalities, and absolute value equations

Graph and solve systems of inequalities and systems of equations by graphing, substitution, and elimination/addition methods

The Pythagorean Theorem

Foundational Trigonometry (sine, cosine, and tangent)

Arithmetic and geometric sequences

Scientific notion and laws or rules for exponents (a.k.a, properties of exponents)

Probability

Exponential growth and decay

Add, subtract, multiply, and divide polynomials

Factor trinomials by grouping, difference of squares, and perfect squares

Graphing quadratic equations in standard form

Solve quadratics by graphing, factoring, square roots, completing the square, and the quadratic formula

Simplify and solve square root expressions and equations

Simplify and solve radical expressions and equations

Simplify and solve rational expressions and equations

Exponential and logarithmic functions and their properties
Requirements

A ready mind to learn, study, and practice to increase your retention of math concepts and problem solving strategies.

You should be grounded in basic arithmetic (adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing numbers).

An understanding of key PreAlgebra topics is helpful (i.e., decimals, fractions, percents).
Who this course is for:
 Middle school, high school, and college students enrolled in an Algebrarelated course (e.g., Algebra 1, Algebra 2, or College Algebra)
 Homeschoolers and parents in need of extra support for teaching and learning Algebrarelated courses
 Individuals who want to brush up on their Algebra skills
 Individuals who want to strengthen their algebraic thinking for advanced courses related to courses such as Physics, Chemistry, Statistics, Python, Data Science, Design Thinking, or Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Learning.
 Individuals who want to develop a mathematical and mental framework for computational thinking (i.e., decomposition, pattern recognition, abstraction, and algorithm design)