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Pi-Lit Sequential road surface flare set to Pattern 2 (of 5 choices). Manufactured in the U.S. by Pi Variables, Inc.

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In this problem, we look at a common type of word problem that involves consecutive numbers. When we talk about consecutive numbers in math, we are talking about integers that are right after each…

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In this video, we look at another example of translating a word problem written out in English into the correct representation of the problem as an Algebraic equation. We go line by line through…

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In this video, we dial in on a confusing part of translating word problems into the right Algebraic equation, which is subtraction. Subtraction is tricky, as there are several different words or…

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In this video, we start to develop the ability to translate English words into Algebra numbers, variables and symbols. Algebra is a problem solving tool, in which we can take problems, situations…

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In this video, we look at another mixture problem. However, instead of mixing two different strengths of solutions, we can apply our same problem solving methods to mixing anything together. In this…

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In this last video of the series, we look at a word problem involving mixing two types of coins together. What tends to through students off is that the value of the coins is not included in the…

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In this video, we are mixing two solutions together to form a new solution. This example is different from the previous examples in that what is unknown is the total amount of solution we have at…

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In this video we look at a mixture problem where we are mixing two different strengths of herbicides together to make a new solution of herbicide. In the example, we use a drawing to help represent…

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