Discussion in 'User Topics' started by Mr.Lame, Jan 9, 2018.
That makes hella good sense! You rock mark
@MarkFL can you explain how to factor the difference of cubes please?
Gonna sound dumb but how did you factor it down to x^2-2^3?
8 = 2^3
I just replaced 8 with the cube of 2, so that we then have a difference of cubes.
As I tell students all the time, the only dumb question is the one you don't ask.
Oh!!! I get it now !
Test anexity time woooo
CRUSH dat mofo! YEAAAHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I feel like I'm gonna ace half of the test and the other half I'ma hit my face on the desk haha
In what area(s) do you feel weak?
I got hit hard in factoring sadly, this whole part is my weak area, the next sections I'm working on are fine hahaha.
Deff did not do well on the test.
Jus gotta keep going back inbetween and practising.
Hey @MarkFL any chance next week you could quiz me?
Yes...how many questions, and covering what topic(s)?
I'll type out the topics and how many you think would be good for me
Review of the Real Number System, Interval Notation and Rational Exponents, Review of Factoring and Operations on Rational Expressions, Complex Numbers, Linear and Absolute Value Equations
Please so far this is still my weakest area, everything else seems to be fine? It's weird. hahaha
Okay, I should have a quiz for you tomorrow.
Also I'm having some issues with these two word problems
The gas mileage m, in miles per gallon, obtained during a long trip is given by
m = − 1/2|s − 55| + 20
where s is the speed of Kate's automobile in miles per hour and
40 ≤ s ≤ 70.
At what constant speed can Kate drive to obtain a gas mileage of exactly 13miles per gallon (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list.)
A retailer determines the retail price of a coat by first computing 175% of the wholesale price of the coat and then adding a markup of $6.00. What is the wholesale price of a coat that has a retail price of $146.00?
Separate names with a comma.