The intersection point would be (9,30).
Hey im here to get heads up on lesson and to be first.But looks like I got beaten by some try hards,Well let me watch the video and right A whole essay on whats it about with too much details add pointless details so I win best commet.
Ok so im back and I though that video was great.Im pretty sure that this lesson might be something we can use in our every day life.I like how he showed 2 in many ways on how we can do this lesson.I also like how he used a graph to do this.Question answer (9,30) .Oh lastly I like how he gets sponsor by games that we cant play or aleast find.It looks fun.
very helpful, thanks
One last thing am I allowed to post question about this video not related to math.Like how does her writer so neat with that mouse? Let me know.
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Hi Mr. Bigbsy! thanks for this heads up on what we're going to do in class!
HEY HI! I think the answer is (9,30)
This was very helpful and understandable😊
I think i did the math wrong, I got a different answer. Let me try again.
thanks for taking it slow and the answer would be (9,30)
(9,30) would be the intersection point.
pretty sure its 9,30. thanks ! this is very helpful. i look forward to starting the new unit 〜(꒪꒳꒪)〜
this seems cool. thanks for the head start.
Thanks for the head start, and I believe the answer is (9, 30).
The answer is (9,30) or X = 9 and Y = 30.
Btw Khan academy is pretty good
Also isnt betting on the camels sort of like gambling?
Also isnt this unit from 12/22/17 to 1/9/18 or something?
I meant 17 and 11.
Your problem intersects at 7 and 11 also.
Thanks for the head start.
It is (9,30)
Whoa that got messed up, lol
(9,30) is the thingy though
The intersection point is (9,30).
i really like the khan academy practice it helps me understand it more and it also helps to have extra practice
the answer is (9,30)
The intersection point would be (9,30)
i am not really sure but it might be (9,30)
The answer should be (9,30)
hi, I failed four years ago, and now I’m just getting my good scoop on this algebra! thank you for this very good video