anonymous
  • anonymous
(a^2-b) ÷ 6 ; use a = 5, and b = 1
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campbell_st
  • campbell_st
just substitute and then calculate an answer \[(5^2 - 1) \div 6 = \]
anonymous
  • anonymous
so its 4?
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
\[(5^2-1)\div6\] whats 5*5

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anonymous
  • anonymous
is the final answer 4?
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
im not gonna give you the answer...but i will work through it with you if you would like.
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
....... do you want me to help you that way
anonymous
  • anonymous
sure
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
okay so whats 5*5
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
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anonymous
  • anonymous
25
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
good now whats 25-1
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
24 so whats \[24\div6\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
4
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
and thats your answer yeah.. :) gj
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
you're welcome
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
if you have anymore questions ill be glad to help you just tag me :)

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