Inverse Operation to the rescue!
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Amna
10/26/2015 12:23:14 pm
Hey this sounds hard
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Allyson Carter
10/26/2015 12:42:20 pm
It looks pretty hard but we have been useing distributive property. Looking forward to doing this tomorrow!
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Rose
10/26/2015 01:05:20 pm
Don't get the distributive property but some practice should help
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taylor hemingway
10/26/2015 01:49:54 pm
a lil confuzed
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fletcher thomas
10/26/2015 02:02:38 pm
great video a little confused but im sure i will after class tomorrow
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Alexis Kahler
10/26/2015 02:07:12 pm
cool
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maddox
10/26/2015 03:13:41 pm
this seems a little tricky. i guess this is what the videos are for.
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Emily Ritzes
10/26/2015 03:19:09 pm
I'm a little confused but i'll probably get it in class tomorrow. HIVE is really fun I've played it before.
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Kendle Weaver
10/26/2015 03:26:48 pm
I need some help in class tomorrow... but I think ill get it soon :)
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lauren
10/26/2015 03:42:41 pm
Wow, I didn't know we had to use inverse operation so much!
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Justin Maddox
10/26/2015 03:54:34 pm
How come when you changed it from standard it said minus instead of addition?
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Mr. Bigsby
10/27/2015 02:57:33 pm
Because I inversed the addition by subtracting 3x on both sides.
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Hazel Montgomery-Walsh
10/26/2015 06:38:47 pm
This looks a bit confusing...but I'm ready to try it! When changing the x to the other side (standard to slope intercept), how come we divide the entire quantity by 4?
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Mr. Bigsby
10/27/2015 02:58:32 pm
Did you get this question answered in class today?
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Logan Nix
10/26/2015 06:49:12 pm
That's definitely a by confusing, but I'll probably get it when working with it in class
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Julianna
10/26/2015 07:28:39 pm
Hi.
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zoe
10/27/2015 04:48:03 am
sorry i couldn't get to the computer yesterday but this is a little bit confusing
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savage K (karli) and savage j (jaelyn)
10/27/2015 10:46:35 am
this is alittle confusing but we will get the hang of it
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Georgia
10/27/2015 11:09:02 am
A little confusing
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Krissy Period 6
10/27/2015 02:40:29 pm
This clears up some stuff but I need some more practice
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Sarina
10/27/2015 06:41:25 pm
It is a little confusing, but I think I can get the hang of it once we learn it more in class.
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Ethan Anderson
10/28/2015 02:50:09 pm
I still need to get the hang of slope intercept form
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Viola
10/28/2015 03:15:56 pm
Slope-intercept form I don't understand as well as standard form, but I think I'm getting it in bits.
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Julianna
11/3/2015 05:26:04 pm
If we want to find the plots for a graph in Standard Form or a Slope then can we use a mixed number if we have an improper fraction in the slope? Would this be the same as a decimal but with a whole number with it?
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Julianna
11/3/2015 05:34:07 pm
If we use Standard Form in a graph and we have two plots then can we figure out the rise over run by just by going up and over and simplify the fraction?
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josie and kaya from the future
3/12/2018 06:16:00 am
in the future, this video does not work. it is blocked. :(
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