who can help? its algebra 1

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@julie1.2 sure
ok good :) its this |dw:1443476050124:dw|
does it equal 1?

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I thin it's that anything raised to the zeroth power = 1
yea my teacher told me but i wasn't sure on this one
there another one can u help?
@julie1.2 this is what you have right \[(d \frac{ 4 }{ 3 })^{0}\]
yea
that's 1 yeah what else?
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I believe for this we re-write 8, as 2^3 because 2x2x2 =8 |dw:1443476305770:dw|
and then we set them equal to each other
|dw:1443476354239:dw| I think this is what we get so far, make sense? @julie1.2 ?
nope
we need to make sure that both bases are the same
I'm really bad at this
ok so take a look at this ? |dw:1443476448564:dw|
yea
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
ok
|dw:1443476598490:dw|
yea
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?
OH NOW I GOT IT
keep going
now let's work on this together
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
This is why I rewrote 8 like this |dw:1443476748988:dw|
ok
now the bases are the same @julie1.2 so now we can solve this, |dw:1443476803613:dw|
ok
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|
so now we just do algebra
|dw:1443476979081:dw| so try to solve this @julie1.2 and tell me what you get
then @julie1.2 we're going to check your answer
x=1?
so @julie1.2 watch |dw:1443477204428:dw|
you may have subtracted the x's correctly but you for got that on the other side the answer is 12
oh ok
@julie.12 I want you to plug in 12 and tell me what you get |dw:1443477329809:dw|
@julie1.2 ? try this out and see
i got it its 60=60 thanks!
ill give you another one @julie1.2 try solving this |dw:1443477852826:dw|

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