who can help? its algebra 1

- anonymous

who can help? its algebra 1

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- Photon336

@julie1.2 sure

- anonymous

ok good :) its this |dw:1443476050124:dw|

- anonymous

does it equal 1?

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- Photon336

I thin it's that anything raised to the zeroth power = 1

- anonymous

yea my teacher told me but i wasn't sure on this one

- anonymous

there another one can u help?

- Photon336

@julie1.2 this is what you have right
\[(d \frac{ 4 }{ 3 })^{0}\]

- anonymous

yea

- Photon336

that's 1 yeah what else?

- anonymous

|dw:1443476221196:dw|

- Photon336

I believe for this we re-write 8, as 2^3 because 2x2x2 =8
|dw:1443476305770:dw|

- Photon336

and then we set them equal to each other

- Photon336

|dw:1443476354239:dw| I think this is what we get so far, make sense? @julie1.2 ?

- anonymous

nope

- Photon336

we need to make sure that both bases are the same

- anonymous

I'm really bad at this

- Photon336

ok so take a look at this ?
|dw:1443476448564:dw|

- anonymous

yea

- Photon336

so think of this as like @julie1.2 we're trying to solve an equation, but you need to realize that in order to do this both the bases must be the same

- anonymous

ok

- Photon336

|dw:1443476598490:dw|

- anonymous

yea

- Photon336

ok good so you see why now, so the next step is we need to write 8 in terms of two? does this make sense?

- anonymous

OH NOW I GOT IT

- anonymous

keep going

- Photon336

now let's work on this together

- Photon336

ONCE WE CHANGE THE BASES SO THAT THEY ARE THE SAME, WE CAN IGNORE THEM AND SET IT UP LIKE AN ALGEBRA PROBELM" sorry for the caps just emphasizing

- Photon336

This is why I rewrote 8 like this
|dw:1443476748988:dw|

- anonymous

ok

- Photon336

now the bases are the same @julie1.2 so now we can solve this,
|dw:1443476803613:dw|

- anonymous

ok

- Photon336

now check this out @julie1.2 for the remainder of this problem we can pretend that the bases aren't there and it goes like this
|dw:1443476944187:dw|

- Photon336

so now we just do algebra

- Photon336

|dw:1443476979081:dw|
so try to solve this @julie1.2 and tell me what you get

- Photon336

then @julie1.2 we're going to check your answer

- anonymous

x=1?

- Photon336

so @julie1.2
watch
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- Photon336

you may have subtracted the x's correctly but you for got that on the other side the answer is 12

- anonymous

oh ok

- Photon336

@julie.12 I want you to plug in 12 and tell me what you get
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- Photon336

@julie1.2 ? try this out and see

- anonymous

i got it its 60=60 thanks!

- Photon336

ill give you another one
@julie1.2 try solving this
|dw:1443477852826:dw|

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