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ok so 1 +5v +v -6 in bubble method it would look like this |dw:1441318278349:dw|
No, you'd only circle the +5v and +1v, since they're the same variables, and they're positive. +1 and -6 arent the same since they are negative, they cant be bubbled together.
right? then.. 1+5v+v-6 1 5v -6 0v?????
It would be, 1+5v+v-6 1+6v-6 5+6v?
Why did you add the question mark?? lol
I dont know if you add them together, im sorry lol. I'll ask my math teacher tomorrow about it, even though he may give me a "wtf do you mean you cant solve this" lol, but whatever. anything to help you :)
@WillRiven Ok dvaid... so 1+5v+v-6 circle 5v and v right?
Yes, you circle 5v and 1v NOT -6, -6 isnt relateable to the positive 5v and 1v.
but u still need to bubble it, i disagree with u
Tell me why you have to bubble it? Just wondering..
When she taught me, she said, "Bubble Method is when the numbers use the same sign, and what not" but I think she does it to see that you know how to do it. Bubble Method is just an organization thing, I never used it, but it's important to show it on your tests because she'll deduct big'o'points from it, and it's kinda dumb and it craps on your grade.
ik i have a test tomorrow
Yeah, let me guess she made you guys do equations and what not, and your homework is like 20 problems long of just equations, and some time between these two weeks she complained saying, "I dont have time to review 7th grade material"...but if you explained to her you're doing 7/8/9th math, she'd help you..
That smell in her room gives annoys me. And i did..
Lol, the smell when you get back from lunch? I always said she ate cat food or tuna or some crap, it always smelled horrible.
no its ALWAYS there. like a candle i think
no, she tried to cover that crappy smell up with febreeze. it doesnt work.. does she still have that dead retriceplant in the corner of her room..
idk i'll check gets get back to the point.
I thought I gave you all my notes?
there is an indivisible 1 before the +v right? so it look so it look like this |dw:1441319915340:dw|
Correct. the +v has a implied 1 making it +1v
omg u know what i mean
yes i do lol.
So then that would be 6v right?
i just realized im in the history section...how did i get here
so then it would be |dw:1441320193375:dw|?
lol doesnt matter hun
then you'd solve those two i circled.
so then |dw:1441320328481:dw|
Correct. Now the issue is, i dont remember if you continue or you stop there. But you should know that..
It says "combine like terms to simplify each expression" so i guess i stop there but if i were to continue it would be +1v or 1v right?
Yes, then you stop there. If they aren't 6v and -5v you'd continue, but since it's 6v-5, you dont.
To be honest, if you were to continue, it would be 1v, because 6 is greater than -5
thats what i said
lol yes, im sorry, im having a brain fart, im hungry :\ im waiting for my parents to leave the kitchen and what not.
babe, why do you circle ALL of them lol
yes, they are all positive, but they arent like terms, you cant til you circle the variables and solve, then youd circle the numbers and solve. if that makes sense
whats wrong with just circling them all you'll get the same answer right?
Because Mrs.Barrero will deduct points. She wants to see that you know how to use it.
i will deduct her
but is it right or wrong?
It's wrong, but your mistake was simple, I did the same stuff a lot, but the beginning number is ALWAYS positive, UNLESS!! it shows you the subtraction sign..
how did u get 7???????
Because 4+3 is 7 babe lol
they are like term numbers as well
ohhhhhh ok i see
I dont know if that makes sense.
ok simple one |dw:1441321375195:dw|
plz tell me i did this one right
you did :)
see im not bad when i had the class before and if you tell me the vocab lol
ok i have to eat dinner but i'll be back in like 15-20 mim
Okay, im gonna go cook. Text me on google when you get back so i hear it. Okay? Pick up later?
lol ok im sorry i said u were no help before
haha, i can be oblivious sometimes, you know that the best :)
Text me on googlehangouts please, i need to hear it so i dont ignore you forever lol
lol i love you brb
love you too, i'll be here :) :*
Sorry I didnt respond fast..
ok i did my work allover again
How do you feel about it?
Thats good :) I'm glad I can actually help you with something lol
|dw:1441324570214:dw| i already know i did something wrong..
Yes, but you'd lose 2 points, you didnt carry the negative sign for the 9x
oh yea ok
ok 5 was a mistake i would've gotten it right
Now solve this one :)|dw:1441324938153:dw|
is that 1 8x - 10y? and do i solve it?
oh i do solve it
You cant solve it lol, they're not relateable, that's the kind of stuff Mrs.Barrero will pull on you
Always see what the sign is, and double check them.
wait no thats not fair i didnt think about it i was just wondering what the numbers were
Ana, lol, I dont want to confuse you. Were doing good already, dont want to leave you all like "wtf how do i do this??"
Not exactly. Only bubble the ones with relateable terms, for example,|dw:1441325339970:dw|
Hope that helps you
So it would be |dw:1441325507659:dw|
Yes, now what would you do next?
Not exactly babe, 6 is positive, and the 8 is negative. You only bubble the relateable terms, there wouldnt be any more bubbling, you'd just subtract 6-8, and then it'd be -2-9n, for example, |dw:1441325840343:dw|
At-least I believe it should be like that, unless I brain farted again, lol.
i thought it would be like that too
You thought it'd be that, but you second guessed?
i did it with the bubble then i looked again and i thought of it the way u did it
Hmm. I wanna make sure you understand, give me a problem from your homework and solve it again on here?
Ok :) yes that's correct :)
Is that a -1p?
-1p-8 would be your answer
i got 12p +3
Show me how you solved it?
* 8 not 7
Yes, correct. Since -11 is greater, it'll still be negative, right.
Im sorry but I'm confused now, in your notes, when you copied them, did she only circle RELATED TERMS, or like the next step you'd do..?
this is an example |dw:1441326938433:dw|
Oh I see what's she's doing.
So basically the bubble methods are like a guide for the next step, right? So say when doing those equations, it would be like this,|dw:1441327169485:dw|
All that we did was to simply give me a couple problems to see if i got it
Alright, i'll grade you ;)
is it just 9x?
Good, but she'll say that adding the "-0" isn't needed, but it's something you'll stop doing soon.
Yes :) good, you're getting better :)
good! :) :)