Intermediate Algebra Lecture 6.7: Using Factoring to Solve Word/Application Problems

Intermediate Algebra Lecture 6.7: Using Factoring to Solve Word/Application Problems
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20 thoughts on “Intermediate Algebra Lecture 6.7: Using Factoring to Solve Word/Application Problems

  1. This lecture is insanely good in that it trains you on how to think in the ways that the SAT and future college classes will be testing and asking you to think (even if it's slightly annoying to solve these types of questions). This guy easily teaches the best course on this material that I've ever seen in my entire academic career.

  2. Btw, at 40:00 the area of a triangle is (b*h)/2 because the area of a triangle is half the area of a rectangle, and the area of a rectangle is (b*h).

  3. could u not just solve for q?

    for some reason… the square root of 176 minus the square root of the 5 equals ~11

    but i'm a bit lost with something… can u respond please

  4. Subbing cause I'll need you in a few years, I'm only in 7th grade. I never thought math could become any more complicated…. Oh I look forward to this.

  5. I cannot thank you enough!!!! I have dropped my college Int. Alg this semester and hired a tutor to try to help me learn all this before spring when I try to retake Int. Algebra. I am now considering dropping my tutor and attending your videos daily via home to prepare for the spring retake. I'll keep you update :) Thank you so much, truly.

  6. "Factoring with fractions… not so bueno." I died lol If only we could clone you, and distribute your teaching method throughout the world.

  7. Add step 7:  Plug your solution back into the original problem statement to verify that all the conditions are satisfied.

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