Tutorial: Triangle and Trigonometry Basics

A tutorial to learn the building blocks of trigonometry. How many degrees are in a triangle? How are triangle sides and angles named? What do opposite, adjacent, and hypotenuse refer to? Read on to find out!

Tutorial: Rational Functions Summary

Struggling with rational functions? Here are all of the tutorials I’ve made about rational functions. These posts should help point you in the right direction!

Tutorial: Rational Functions – Graphing (Part II)

Now that you’ve mastered the basics of graphing rational functions, let’s get into some of the complicated details. Today we’ll discuss slant asymptotes and holes in the graph.

Tutorial: Rational Functions – Graphing (Part I)

Now that we’ve covered some of the basics of rational functions, let’s dive into graphing them. In this post I’ll talk about how to graph basic rational functions, and in the next post I’ll explain how to deal with more complicated rational functions.

Tutorial: Rational Functions – The Basics

Today we cover some of the basics of rational functions. We’ll talk about what rational functions are, how to find their roots, how to find the y-intercept, how to determine the domain, and briefly discuss solving inequalities with rational functions.

Update: Summer Vacation!

Hello lovely readers! I want you to know that I am taking a break from updating while I visit my family on the east coast. New posts will resume by August 26th. Posts in the worksÂ (besides links posts): Rational Functions and a series all about Trigonometry. Leave a comment below if there are any other …

Tutorial: Polynomial Summary

This post is a summary of all of the polynomial tutorials on this site, put into an annotated order. This is your go-to place for learning about polynomials!

Tutorial: Rational Root Theorem and Factoring Polynomials

Now that we’ve got an idea about how to sketch factored polynomials, taking into account the end behavior and the crosses, bounces, and slides at the x-axis, let’s figure out how to deal with polynomials that start out in standard (un-factored) form.

Tutorial: Graphing Polynomials

When I learned how to sketch polynomials I felt like I had gained a superpower. For some reason it always struck me as such a neat thing to be able to do. As they say, with great power comes great responsibility, so I am responsibly sharing my superpower with you!

College Prep: Going to Sleep

The Importance of Sleep The amount of sleep that you get directly impactsÂ your physical and mental health. The National Institutes of Health (NIH), American Psychological Association (APA), Harvard Medical School, New York Times, and Harvard Business Review, for some examples, all tout the importance of getting enough sleep. Yet, so few people make sleep a …