# Need Algebra I Help? No Fear, Yourteacher.com is Here!

by Leila in Author Highlight / 02.04.10

Whether you are trying to figure out if you have enough gallons of gas in your car to make it to the next gas station while driving on the interstate or trying to figure out how many chocolate bars you can purchase at 65 cents a piece with the \$3.25 in change you found in your jacket pocket, you need algebra to arrive at the correct answer.  Both of these examples can be expressed as algebraic equations.  For example, the chocolate situation can be visualized by the equation 0.65x = 3.25.  In case you were dying to know, the answer is 5.

Learning algebra can be tricky.  Just when you finally feel like you have mastered the art of numbers, they decide to throw all these letters into the mix just to confuse you.  Don’t worry, we have just the tools to help you understand what these X’s and Y’s are all about.

If you are student struggling with your Algebra I homework, or your reviewing for a math placement exam/standardized test for college, or even if you are a parent who can’t quite remember how to find common factors to help your child with his/her homework, then you have come to the right place.  We have all the tools you need to learn Algebra I for the first time or review your Algebra I skills.

One of our newest authors, Yourteacher.com, has  a  comprehensive collection of easy-to-follow Algebra I tutorials available for purchase.  The founders of Yourteacher.com have been teaching algebra through online tutorials since 1998 so we know we are putting you in good hands.  Their instructional content has helped tens of thousands of students worldwide.

On MindBites, there are a wide range of Algebra I topics to choose from include multiplying integers, graphing lines and equations, finding common factors, simplifying radicals, multiplying polynomials, and much more.  All the lessons include Algebra I problems so you can practice along.  Yourteacher.com has 40 Algebra I lessons available  which can be purchased individually or as a series.

The 7 series currently available are:

The MindBites family would wish you  luck, but we don’t think you need any! We are positive that once you are done with these series, you will be an Algebra I Whiz.   Need help with more advanced algebra material? We have that too.  Check out the Algebra subcategory on the MindBites site to find all your algebra tutorial needs.

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