Math Mode Basics (Part 1) Lesson 4: Variables and Exponents

Technical Skills → Math Mode


Description

Master the correct formatting of single-letter variables, lowercase variables with positive numerical exponents, and numbers raised to numerical exponents. You'll also learn spelling-based abbreviations to expand two very common numerical exponents, "squared" and "cubed."

This is the FOURTH of SIX lessons in Math Mode Basics (Part 1):

Lesson 1 − Getting into and out of Math Mode
Lesson 2 − Arithmetic Operators
Lesson 3 − Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Lesson 4 − Variables and Exponents
Lesson 5 − Putting it All Together
Lesson 6 − Basic Math Lectures

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ELIGIBILITY: Qualified TypeWell transcribers with the following:
— successful completion of prerequisites (Lessons 1, 2 & 3);
— at least 1 year (or academic year) of experience providing real-time speech-to-text services;
— access to the TypeWell Transcriber software for the duration of the course; and
— access to high-speed internet for the duration of the course.

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60 - 75 mins | 14 days to complete | Eligible for TypeWell CEUs | Contains audio/video | Developed by Ben Merrill

Closed Captioning: Available Upon Request

Content
  • Intro to Lesson 4
  • How this course works
  • Learning objectives for Lesson 4
  • Save Your Transcript!
  • Lesson Video
  • Variables and Exponents
  • Drill & Practice
  • VARIABLES in EQUATIONS
  • Type the ending punctuation in Math Mode
  • VARIABLES in SENTENCES
  • VARIABLES with EXPONENTS
  • Course Progress Update
  • VARIABLES WITH EXPONENTS in SENTENCES
  • VARIABLES WITH EXPONENTS in EQUATIONS
  • SPELLING-BASED EXPONENTS and COMMA CYCLE EXPONENTS
  • Wrap-up
  • Upload Lesson 4 Practice Transcript (doc or docx)
  • Lesson 4 Quiz
  • Lesson 4 Survey
  • Congratulations!
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
Prerequisites