In this video I will show you how to use a number line. You will learn how to find negative and positive numbers on the number line. Also, I will show you how to watch out for different "scales" used on the number line.

Review the process of long division of polynomials with an example problem.

Sample world problem with solution described by an inequality. This problem is from a discrete math class involving a school field trip.

Solving for the dimension of a strip cut from a 1 mi X 2 mi rectangular area to leave 0.75 sq miles remaining.

Multiply first, outer, inner, then last terms.

This is one of my favorite algebra tricks. I use it now to showcase my tutoring style.

This video expands on the idea of logs and shows how to graph logarithms.

Algebra Roots for the GMAT GRE SAT ACT MCAT

Algebra Exponents for the SAT ACT GRE GMAT MCAT

Algebra Absolute Value for the GRE GMAT ACT SAT

Algebra Quadratic Equations. Required for the SAT ACT GRE and GMAT

Algebra Simplifying Expressions. Required for SAT ACT GMAT GRE

Algebra Fractions, required for the GRE, GMAT, SAT ACT

When asked to factor a quadratic equation such as 2x^2 - 7x -15, many students are uncomfortable with the guess and check method. I created this video to describe a 7 step method that requires NO GUESSING.

This is a lesson on solving general cubic polynomials by radicals. In this part, I discuss solving non-factorable cubics using Cardano's method. I finish up by briefly discussing a special situation called "Casus Irreducibilis".

This is a lesson on solving general cubic polynomials by radicals. In this part, I discuss solving factorable cubics. I end the discussion by looking at the cube-roots of unity.

Doing a little bit of Geometry and Algebra in the clip!

Short introductory video outlining test prep and tutoring specialties offered by Steve O.

Hi. This is just a video introducing myself and the academic and test prep areas in which I specialize. Hope we can work together!

This is me showing my class this topic. If you chose to do online tutoring, it would look exactly like this. I hope it helps and hope to talk to you soon!