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#### Hello, Thank you for checking out how to submit a video to this website. Here are some easy to follow steps on how to submit a video to this website:

Step 1:

In order for us to use your video you need to complete the Valencia College Talent Release. We will NOT use your video unless the release is completed. Also, to verify the release is completed by the person in the video we need a copy of your Valencia identification. Each person in the video MUST complete and submit the release and provide a copy of their Valencia identification.

Step 2:

Please choose a competency from the list of competencies for MAT0028C Developmental Math II shown below. This website is specifically for the course MAT0028C Developmental Math II.

Step 3:

A. Length: Please do not make the length of video longer than 5 minutes.

B. Quality: Please make sure the lighting, sound, and visual aspects of the video are good quality.

C. Mathematics Content: Please be sure that all mathematics content is accurate and correct. Be especially careful with vocabulary and the math reasoning behind your solution.

D. PLEASE be creative and fun. We want you to have fun with the video and make this entertaining for other students.

Step 4:

In the e-mail, please enclose the following information:

A. The completed Valencia College Talent Release and copy of the Valencia identification of each person in the video.

B. The competency that the video is covering.

If you have any questions, please e-mail Prof. Groccia at agroccia@valenciacollege.edu.

MAT0028C Developmental Math II Competencies

• Competencies for Linear Equations

✓ Solve linear equations in one variable using manipulations guided by the rules of arithmetic and the properties of equality.

✓ Solve literal equations for a given variable with applications (geometry, motion [d=rt], simple interest [i=prt])

✓ Solve multi-step problems involving fractions and percentages (Include situations such as simple interest, tax, markups/markdowns, gratuities and commissions, fees, percent increase or decrease, percent error, expressing rent as a percentage of take-home pay)

✓ Solve linear inequalities in one variable and graph the solution set on a number line

• Competencies for Polynomials and Exponents

✓ Applies the order of operations to evaluate algebraic expressions, including those with parentheses and exponents

✓ Simplifies an expression with integer exponents

✓ Add, subtract, multiply, and divide polynomials. Division by monomials only. (Does not include division by binomials)

✓ Convert between scientific notation and standard notation

✓ Solve application problems involving geometry (perimeter and area with algebraic expressions)

• Competencies for Graphs

✓ Graph linear equations using table of values, intercepts, slope intercept form

✓ Identifies the intercepts of a linear equation

✓ Identify the slope of a line (from slope formula, graph, and equation)

• Competencies for Factoring

✓ Solve quadratic equations in one variable by factoring

✓ Factor polynomial expressions (GCF, grouping, trinomials, difference of squares)

✓ Rationalize the denominator (monomials only)

✓ Solve application problems involving geometry (Pythagorean Theorem)

✓ Simplify radical expressions - square roots only

✓ Adds, subtracts, and multiplies square roots of monomials

• Competencies for Rationals

✓ Recognize proportional relationships and solve problems involving rates and ratios

✓ Simplify, multiply, and divide rational expressions

✓ Add and subtract rational expressions with monomial denominators

✓ Convert units of measurement across measurement systems

## Linear Equations

Linear Equations Compentency #1:
Solve linear equations in one variable using manipulations guided by the rules of arithmetic and the properties of equality.
Linear Equations Compentency #2:
Solve literal equations for a given variable with applications (geometry, motion [d=rt], simple interest [i=prt]).
Linear Equations Compentency #3:
Solve multi-step problems involving fractions and percentages (Include situations such as simple interest, tax, markups/markdowns, gratuities and commissions, fees, percent increase or decrease, percent error, expressing rent as a percentage of take-home pay).
Linear Equations Compentency #4:
Solve linear inequalities in one variable and graph the solution set on a number line.

## Exponents & Polynomials

Exponents & Polynomials Compentency #1:
Applies the order of operations to evaluate algebraic expressions, including those with parentheses and exponents.
Exponents & Polynomials Compentency #2:
Simplifies an expression with integer exponents.
Exponents & Polynomials Compentency #3:
Add, subtract, multiply, and divide polynomials. Division by monomials only. (Does not include division by binomials).
Exponents & Polynomials Compentency #4:
Convert between scientific notation and standard notation.
Exponents & Polynomials Compentency #5:
Solve application problems involving geometry (perimeter and area with algebraic expressions).

## Graphing

Graphing Compentency #1:
Graph linear equations using table of values, intercepts, slope intercept form.

Graphing Compentency #2:
Identifies the intercepts of a linear equation.
Graphing Compentency #3:
Identify the slope of a line (from slope formula, graph, and equation).

## Factoring

Factoring Compentency #1:
Solve quadratic equations in one variable by factoring.
Factoring Compentency #2:
Factor polynomial expressions (GCF, grouping, trinomials, difference of squares).

Rationalize the denominator (monomials only).

Solve application problems involving geometry (Pythagorean Theorem).
Simplify radical expressions - square roots only.
Adds, subtracts, and multiplies square roots of monomials.

## Rationals

Rationals Compentency #1:
Recognize proportional relationships and solve problems involving rates and ratios.

Rationals Compentency #2:
Simplify, multiply, and divide rational expressions.
Rationals Compentency #3:
Add and subtract rational expressions with monomial denominators.
Rationals Compentency #4:
Convert units of measurement across measurement systems.

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