Diferentes maneiras para resolver equações
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    Martin Č.
    CZ
    Martin Č.

    Didactically, I would say this is too heavy step ahead in comparsion with previous topics.

    Joseph  B.
    GH
    Joseph B.

    Oh thanks, i have now gotten another big of tricks in solving equations.

    Shawn S.
    CA
    Shawn S.

    By the time you get to 4x - x/3 = 11 that is when you kinda get an idea of what X will be.... But the whole video went into a further detail. But oh well.

    Saryu U.
    US
    Saryu U.

    This is easy

    Karine M.
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    Karine M.

    This was confusing as hell. Okay, so there was no information in the course and then you give us this problem and nothing else!

    Eiss Z.
    SG
    Eiss Z.

    how in the world does the 7 come from

    Patrick R.
    CA
    Patrick R.

    The course is seems incomplete.

    Anna M.
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    Anna M.

    I think it would have been easier to immediately multiply both sides by 3 to cancel out the fraction. So it becomes: 3(4x - 7) = (x/3 + 4) 3 12x - 21 = x + 12 Add 21 to both sides to get... 12x - 33 = x 12x = x + 33 11x = 33 x = 33 I feel like this video did it the hardest way possible.

    Chris M.
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    Chris M.

    In the steps all it said was "if we ..... both sides of the equation by the same #, both sides will remain equal." And then it throws this at us "4x - 7 = x/3 + 4". You should have explained how to these types of equations in the steps.

    Ron R.
    US
    Ron R.

    when combining like terms, why did you use '7' why add, why not subtract, why not add 4 to both sides, why no subtract 4? There are more questions than answers here. Then you say we want to subtract x/3 but don't explain why. This video gives me no reference as to the rules of why this is done this way

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