Negative Exponents Explanation

Part of an assemblage of High School math topics presented in one simple image. The negative exponent is explained in this image by canceling down the numerator and denominator of an algebraic fraction. There are more High School math topics infographics in the blog.

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Rational Exponents

This math infographic is part of a collection of math topics delivering a topic in one simple image. This fractional exponents image shows how the denominator acts as the root and the numerator as the power.

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Explanation of how to solve simultaneous systems of equations

For systems of equations where one equation is quadratic and one linear; usually, the most straightforward method used to solve is to substitute the linear equation into the quadratic equation. An example of this is given in the image on the left.
This infographic is part of a collection of bitesize High School math topics explained in one image - there are more topics on the infographics page of my blog.

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Finding the Surface Area of a Cylinder

This infographic shows us how we can visualize the surface area of a cylinder by opening it up like a baked bean can to show its net. We will be left with two circles and a rectangle.
The height of the rectangle will be the same as the height of the cylinder. The width of the rectangle is the length that wrapped around the circular base.

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Rules for proving triangles are congruent

Using the SSS, SAS, AAS and RHS rules to prove triangles are congruent. This image and others on the site are here to help students with their High School math by delivering key concepts in small chunks as part of a set of math infographics. For other topics in this collection see the math infographic page.

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Exponent Laws

An explanation of the multiplying, dividing and raising an exponent to an exponent laws.

This is part of a collection of 'bitesize' math topic images to help students with their High School math. More of these math infographics can be found on my infographics page.

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