Math Index Laws or Exponents Set A 06 Index Law 3 Mostly for Years/Grade 7 and 8

Published February 5, 2021 133 Views

Rumble If you want to find my videos as topics in a playlist on Rumble, you can type in eg:
RobertPrestwidge Equation
RobertPrestwidge Trigonometry
RobertPrestwidge Fraction
Also Logs, Parabola, Quadratic, Index Laws, Exponents, Calculus, Surd, Order of Operations, Simultaneous Equations, Negatives, Trinomials, Factorising and many other Math topics.

You can also find me on Youtube where my videos are organised into Playlists ie Topics.

Somehow I missed out on uploading this video when I uploaded this 'Set' of videos. There still doesn't seem to be the ability to make playlists on Rumble so that you can sort my videos in order. Hopefully they do it soon, but I know that are very very busy coping with the growth at present. I've tried creating 'Channels' for each topic, but this doesn't seem to do what I need. Maybe someone can advise/help me.

This video goes through the basics of how index law ‘3’ works. In my teaching, I try to give my students verbal pictures and simple explanations that help students to understand and remember the concepts, as well as warn them about the common errors and misunderstandings.

This is the sixth of many short videos in this playlist. There are also revision videos included in this playlist to help you understand better and not get confused into making simple errors.

After 40 years of enjoyable and rewarding teaching, I still love and continue to teach. It still amazes me how I continue to still think of better ways of teaching mathematical concepts and I also continue to discover methods of explaining things that help students 'better' understand and become more successful at remembering the concepts.

A word of warning from what I have repeatedly seen over the years - most of my videos are placed in a logical or reasonably sequential order and if you watch the first or second video in a playlist and feel comfortable with the concepts, please go to the last video in the playlist to check if you really are okay. Each video in a playlist usually becomes progressively more complex and the 'latter' or 'last' video will often contain common assessment questions where students are known to make errors.

I also often include some revision / consolidation / mixture videos in the playlist which I know are crucial to assist with student success in assessments.

I hope that you find this very helpful and a blessing in your studies.