Im gonna be Inverse Operation Man for halloween now.
5x+3y=15 (standard Form)
y=-5/3x+5(slope intercept form)
sorry. I am sick today but I still did my homework.
All we did was epic graph battles of algebra, which was awesome!
Emmett, please stop, we all know you are the mysterious man nobody knows.
Hello! Great Video!
Hello! Good video
I understand, but can have 2 different variables on one side of the equation?
Well yes, because in standard form x and y are on the same side of the equation.
Why don't you multiply the 3 by 4 when working with the fraction in the slope intercept form
Well technically we did. When we multiply 3/4 by 4 what happens is 3x4=12
then 12/4 = 3
so 3/4 x 4 = 3
As a short cut the multiplying 4 and the denominator 4 canceled each other out leaving the 3.
Some of the videos you said I was missing were from when I wasn't even in the class so I didn't think it counted but I commented anyway
Good video me bigsby
Hi! I don't like chess but that game looks fun.
Hi great vid
I get it but when it like a fraction couldnt you just give the denominator to the Y instead of multyping everything?
I think that you probably could, but the other method might be just a better way of doing the problem to make it a little deeper and clearer to find an exact solution to. Great question!
Hi! That video had a really cool way of graphing and changing Standard Form to Slope-Intercept Form and the other way around!!! Anyway, like Ray, I also am not a fan of chess (even though I want to learn how to play), but that game seems really simple and fun!