Posted on

Related Rates Example

Q: A five foot ladder is leaning against the wall. If the top slides down at a rate of 5 feet per second, then how fast is the base of the ladder moving away from the wall at the instant when the top of the ladder is 3 feet above the ground.

Continue reading Related Rates Example

Posted on

Fractional Exponents

Q:  What does it mean when you have a fraction as an exponent?

A:  Firstly, we must be familiar with the following: Xa/b = b√Xa

When rewriting, think of a fractional exponent as a “tree”. The top number is the number of branches (how many multiples of X there are) and the bottom number is the root. Continue reading Fractional Exponents

Posted on


College Algebra is one of the hardest classes to pass (or get the grade you desire).  Many College Algebra classes have 200-300 students, which makes it hard for a student to get any quality one-on-one time.  If you are struggling or have questions, please post them here so I can help!