In this lesson, we will have mnemonics and songs to help you remember
Related Topics: More Math Mnemonics
How to solve one-step equations?A song to teach you how to solve one-step equations.
What are the rules of exponents?A song to teach you the exponent rules.
Simple Interest Formula
Interest = principle × rate × time
• I = prt
read as “I am pretty ”
Distance = rate × time
• d = rt
remember as dirt
Speed, Distance and Time
Remember the formula triangle
D = distance traveled
S = Average speed
T = Time taken
You can use the formula triangle in the following way:
If you need to find D, cover up D in the triangle and you get S × T
If you need to find S, cover up S in the triangle and you get
If you need to find T, cover up T in the triangle and you getThe following video shows how to use the average speed pyramid or triangle and the acceleration triangle.
Linear Equations (Slope-Intercept Form)
Begin, Move: the use of m and b in y = mx + b
To graph such a line equation, begin at the value of b, then move according to the value (slope) of m.This is the video form of a mnemonic (memory) device It can help students learn the important aspects of the slope-intercept (y = mx+b) form of linear equations.
Multiply the terms of two binomials in this order.
For example (x- 2)(x + 1),
FOIL: First, Outside, Inside, Last. FOIL Song "First, Outer, Inner, Last" describes the method of F.O.I.L. used to multiply binomials or to factor trinomials. This song will help you to remember the strategy as well as multiple examples to how it's used.
Word-Problem Solving Strategy
Search the word problem.
Translate the words into an equation.
Answer the problem.
Review the solution.
A song to remember the quadratic formula sung to the tune of "Pop Goes the Weasel"
x equals negative B
Plus or minus square root
of B squared minus four A C
All over two A.
Here is the quadratic formula song in video. An easy way to remember the formula.
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