How to Solve Word Problems with Multiple Variables

SAT: Study and Triumph | You’ve seen these types of word problems before — the type that ask you to solve for not one, but two different variables! With multiple variables to worry about, and not a lot of information given to you, these questions can be difficult to solve. In this video, Cambrian will show you the tricks to tackling these types of problems so that you’re ready to face them on the SAT Math Section.

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  1. I'm doing physics in my freshman year at high school since I'm going to an advanced school that is ranked in the top sixty in the U.S. and has a ten percent acceptance rate. It's also public and free if you get accepted

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