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Create your own example of a mathematical phrase you might hear in the real world and provide the translation for it. Be sure to identify what part of the phrase is represented by your variable.
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Create your own example of a mathematical phrase you might hear in the real world and provide the translation for it. Be sure to identify what part of the phrase is represented by your variable.
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Well, think of money. Decimals. What if you're an accountant and you want to find a percent of a certain amount of money? Like 50 percent of 100 bucks? Easy. 50 bucks. Money is a great analogy in decimals and stuff. I suggest to use it, along with sports and integers. So, an example is like Josh lost 2 yards, and gained 5 yards. You start from o, and then go to negative2. Then, add positive 5, and you get positive 3. SO I like using sports and money as great analogies. Try them out, see how they suit you!
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JoshuaSillsBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
"The more math homework my teacher gives me, the more I hate math." Can be written like "My hatred of math is dependent on how much homework my teacher gives me" or H(m) [hatred of math] = A [amount of homework]
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jamesaaBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
In computer science: \[Ea = \frac{ 1 }{ 1 + 10^{(RB  RA)} / 400 }\] predicts the expected score for Player A. RB, RA, and EA are variables.
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