1 1 1 - . - . - 5 5 2 help me answer this fraction problem
I got a "f" after reading what you had and questioning myself! Thank you!
nope I'll repost it
Yes, both ways are the same. The way the other person told you is in what is called y-intercept form, and the form that you have it in right now (4x - y = 7, I think it was) is called standard form. Basically, just by adding and subtracting things to move them around, you can ...
Yep! They are all solutions! Good job! :-)
All you have to do is try out some numbers. An easy way is to place 0 in for x and y to find some easy x and y-intercept points. Just plug in 0 for x. 4 times 0 is obviously 0, so 0 minus what equals 7? 7. Do the same for y. Hope I helped! :-)
Okay... I think the thing we need to do is find another equation then try the elimination method. But what would be another equation? Hmm... :-) Would it (possibly) be a - 15 = b, because 15 mins later, it was (b) minutes after three o'clock?
At a certain time, Janice notices that her digital watch reads (a) minutes after two o'clock. Fifteen minutes later, it reads (b) minutes after three o'clock. She is amused to note that (a) is six times greater than (b). What time was it when she looked at her watch fo...
Sorry... I tried my best to explain it. Did you look back at my other explanation to the first time you asked it? That might help. It's basically the way our teacher showed us.
Mel, I told you already-- 120 and 121. How much they weigh together would be one number-- 141, I guess. I actually don't know how you would figure that part out, but the second part is correct.