See how to use the vertex form of quadratic expressions and better understand quadratic functions and parabolas. More about the vertex form here!
Master the art of plotting points and categorizing them using quadrants. This article teaches more about quadrants and using them to locate points!
The least common multiple tells us the smallest multiple shared between two or more numbers. This opens a wide range of applications, learn more here!
Principal square roots refer to the positive square root of any given positive number. The principal square root of 25 is equal to 5. Learn why here!
Consecutive interior angles are angles found within the inner region of parallel lines on the same side of the transversal line. Learn more here!
Vertical angles are angles facing opposite each other in an intersecting line. They are always equal. Explore its concept and application here!
Ratios are used to compare two or more companies. Proportions highlight the relationship of quantities using ratios. Learn more about ratios here!
The area of a square is equal to the squares of its sides while its perimeter is equal to four times its side length. Master these two formulas here!
The surface area of a cube is equal to six times the square of its edge length. Learn how to find the surface area here and master its applications!
The area of a triangle is equal to half the product of its base and height. Check out this article to master the other ways to find its area
Sin cos tan are the trigonometric ratios that relate the sides and angles of a right triangle. Master sin cos tan here and learn how to apply them!
Alternate exterior angles are formed when a transversal line cuts through parallel lines. Each pair of alternate exterior angles share equal measures.
Learn how to convert fractions and decimals using basic conversion, equivalent fractions, and long division in this simple math guide.
Up your math skills by learning more about addition's properties, or special math rules, that make adding fun, including the associative property.
How, then, can we solve polynomials of higher degrees? By factoring! Here's a guide on how to factor.
Practice coordinate planes and segments with these drills and tutorial videos by Juni instructor Genesis.