
An overview of the substitution rule as a strategy for integration. www.professordaveexplains.com


An overview of implicit differentiation. www.professordaveexplains.com


Deriving and utilizing the chain rule for differentiation. www.professordaveexplains.com


There is no easier way to memorize the unit circle than in this tutorial! www.professordaveexplains.com


There are simple ways to shift and stretch algebraic functions on the coordinate plane. Let's learn them now! www.professordaveexplains.com


Let's learn the Pythagorean theorem for right triangles. www.professordaveexplains.com


It can be tricky to solve cubic, quartic, and quintic functions, but we do have a technique to do this, and it involves synthetic division in conjunction with the rational roots test. Let's…


Let's learn how to multiply binomials by the FOIL method. www.professordaveexplains.com


Let's check out the various intermolecular forces that can exist between different types of molecules. www.professordaveexplains.com


Let's learn VSEPR theory as it pertains to molecular geometry. www.professordaveexplains.com


Let's learn how to draw Lewis dot structures! www.professordaveexplains.com


How do atoms come together to form molecules? What is an ionic bond, and a covalent bond? What does it mean for a bond to be polar? Let's take a look! www.professordaveexplains.com


Why is the periodic table arranged the way that it is, and who made it that way? What trends can we identify amongst the elements on the table? Let's learn! www.professordaveexplains.com


What are the four quantum numbers, and how do they relate to the electron configuration of an atom? Let's find out! www.professordaveexplains.com


What did Niels Bohr have to say about the structure of the atom? Let's look at quantization of energy for the electron, and the energy levels that electrons can inhabit. …


Boyle's law, Charles's law, the Combined gas law, and the ideal gas law, in the context of kinetic molecular theory. www.professordaveexplains.com
