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Why do you keep changing the numbers? Why does ( -6 ) turn to ( -3 )??????

How do I apply these equations into a graph?

When I look at YouTube tutorials, I only find y intercept, slope … blah blah blah! But I can’t find any of your equations when I search the term, “How to apply Linear Equations to a Graph!” Where I’m I going wrong!

Please Help.

i still dont get it

why is the quality so bad

I watch this video for the asmr

I’m guessing everyone here is still in middle school

The only way I learned this is when my teacher made me stand up for a long time

This help me a lot

Sooo I totally understand this ish but y go and confuse people and divide the 8 and -6 by 2 instead of multiplying the 7 and -6 like you did the first other equation? Using the step by step of the first equation I got 42/40 i know simplified its 21/20 but don’t confuse people I’m sure no one is begging to HAVE to learn this especially me sneaking in study time while this kids watch Sing

Thank u😍😘

Math is confusing when you explain it with short cuts and techniques.

Just say

‘Flip the fraction backwards, forget about the other side, and multiply it across. Simplify if necessary.’

3 Steps.

It gets to complicated when you do stuff like at

6:35 …

How did you know you could reduce the -6 and the 8 to avoid simplifying the final answer?

or

1:39

How is 1/5 equivalent to 5 when trying to multiply instead of dividing?

How would you even know? How did you figure out that was what you were supposed to do?

Here it comes, again 1 is omitted. Id be grateful if someone could specify why at 2:01 ‘1’ is left out? Why we are end up only with x=4 instead 1x=4 ? Thank you.

this is so easy

I did the last equation differently I got 42/40 but when I did the equation again with x I simplified it and the got 7/8 would that still count