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Help math!!!

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can explain hw to do number 1

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@ajprincess

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subtract successive numbers..
(-3)-3 = ?
(-9)-(-3)=?

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that much you keep adding starting with the first one

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ithought mabey b but im ot sure

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no (a)

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start with "3"
then add "-6" to it -> -3
then add "-6" to this->-9
and so on

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ok thanks

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@Luis_Rivera

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i need help on two and three im not goodat thiss

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Okay, on number two your asked to find the rule.

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So if you start with -4, what can you do to get to -8?

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im pretty sure its d

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i just wannaknow if im right

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Sorry, thats incorrect.

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aw really

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Yeah, but lets stick with that for now. Why did you say D?

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@Pandalover485 why did you say D?

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becse the were add - 4 each time

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Okay, well does adding -4 work to get you from -8 to -16?

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no

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Right, so what single operation could you do to get from -8 to -16?

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-8

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that could work, but would that work to get you from -16 to -32?

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no?? becase 32 - 16 is 16

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Correct. Now all three of those numbers that you said (4, 8, 16) have a common factor... What is it?

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4...

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True, but we are not looking for the GCF here. Wouldn't 2 be a factor for those three numbers?

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4;1,4,2
8;1,8,2
16;1,16,8,2

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ya

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Okay, so if we have two as a factor. What can we do to the original number (-4) to make it equal -8 while still using 2?

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Hint: It's one of the four operations (add, subtract, multiply, divide)

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um........idk is it a

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No, it's not A either.

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Okay, multiply -4 by 2 and tell me what you get?

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@Pandalover485 don't give up now! Your so close to getting this!

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-6

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I have to go, here are thw answrs with explinations:
2. B: the rule of multiply 2 holds true for all numbers in the set
3. B: adding two every time gives you all numbers listed there.

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ok... thanks....

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