Hello, and thanks for the help in advance.
I am currently in Calculus I and recently took an algebra diagnostic test that indicated that my algebra skills are a bit...lacking.
I was hoping that any of the math gurus here on the forum could help me out with a few useful hints for simplifying expressions, etc. that students commonly learn in algebra classes.
A few good examples of the type of thing I'm requesting are the sum and difference of two cubes formulas...they're simple and very useful if you know them, but if you don't they can stop you from demonstrating that you understand the calculus.
This is a really open-ended request, so if anyone has anything they think might contribute, I'll definitely read over it. Thanks!