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Leave a problem you would like to see solved and I'll pick one for the next video. Rational numbers only and one variable (it can have multiple X's but not X's and Y's).
I like to convert fractions to decimals when I can so 55/10 = 5.5
697 = 17x
41 = x
Yeah I want the same problem as Taylor 😀
I've played "Oh Snap"... it's really fun!
Problem to solve-
Oooo we have a contender for the video challenge....
Um, I think some of my brain cells died just looking at it.
This is a really dumb question, but why is PEMDAS backwards? And when you are checking your work, why did you do PEMDAS normaly?
Good movie, by the way.
We are working the problem backwards to figure out what x value would work. Then when we check to see if it does work we are working through the problem like normal so PEMDAS is normal.
I like the videos but they are what we learned in class and get boring:(
*if you cant do 3 equal signs, just do you first two*
I can try to do some before we learn it in class. Also, some students forget so it seems to help. I am open to suggestions for video ideas.
You can only have multiple equal signs if you are sure each part is actually equal, meaning you know the value of x works. If you just wrote random numbers then it won't work. For example:
9 + x = 15 - x = 4x
this could be solved to find x = 3 and it works.
Um, that too.
Thanks, this really helped me with my homework
Great! It gets easier the more you practice.
1/3 comments great video as always. it made a little sense but im sure in class tomorrow ill understand it more.
so since i wasn't in class today and i told Mr Bigsby at lunch he said as my homework i had to watch the video 3 times and comment about the video 3 times
2/3 time seen the vedio and coment so this time it made more sense the 2nd time buut im still a little confused
I agree with Ali
3/3 so i think i understand it now i kept pausing it just to just make sure i knew what was happening in the video thanks mr bigsby c u tomorrow in class
I'm glad you watched it more than once, I knew it would make more sense each time. We will practice in class the next couple days.
Sorry this is late I just got home from theater...
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This helped because I was a little confused today
This helped alot because I was not here today
Didn't really understand what happened in class, but watching this helped me get through my homework faster for sure.
Sorry i couldnt get to do this yesterday it wouldnt let me get to the website
I need more practice 😁
I definetly understand how much easier it is to do Inverse Operation. I always thought it would be harder.
I need to practice
This is another one but hiiiii
NOW I GET IT
hi. why are there a bunch of little squares where an emoji should be. im on windows computer
That game looks like fun but wont it hurt when the bar hits your hand
Can we do inverse operations in other functions than a linear function?