Hey this sounds hard
It looks pretty hard but we have been useing distributive property. Looking forward to doing this tomorrow!
Don't get the distributive property but some practice should help
a lil confuzed
great video a little confused but im sure i will after class tomorrow
this seems a little tricky. i guess this is what the videos are for.
I'm a little confused but i'll probably get it in class tomorrow. HIVE is really fun I've played it before.
I need some help in class tomorrow... but I think ill get it soon :)
Wow, I didn't know we had to use inverse operation so much!
How come when you changed it from standard it said minus instead of addition?
Because I inversed the addition by subtracting 3x on both sides.
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?
Here is what I'm trying to explain:
4y/4 =60-3x/4 <----Here is what I'm talking about...how come we divide both 60 and -3x by 4?
Did you get this question answered in class today?
That's definitely a by confusing, but I'll probably get it when working with it in class
sorry i couldn't get to the computer yesterday but this is a little bit confusing
this is alittle confusing but we will get the hang of it
A little confusing
This clears up some stuff but I need some more practice
It is a little confusing, but I think I can get the hang of it once we learn it more in class.
I still need to get the hang of slope intercept form
Slope-intercept form I don't understand as well as standard form, but I think I'm getting it in bits.
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?
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?
in the future, this video does not work. it is blocked. :(