## Friday, March 22, 2013

## Wednesday, March 20, 2013

## Tuesday, March 19, 2013

### Nicole's Unproject (with Eden and Arizza)

The Trailer:

The Math (having a little trouble with uploading...)

## Monday, March 18, 2013

### Alyssa and Emeralds Unproject

If you need more explanations on how to do 2-step equations, it's as easy as:

Isolating the variable(Charlie)

Cancelling the constant (Patrick)

Balancing and simplifying

Cancelling the coefficient(Sam)

Balancing and simplifying again

then checking your work

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### Ryan's Unproject Algebra

The adventures of

"Yes I do Dora. Ill teach you how to do

"First we do is isolate the

"Than we cancel the

"It is time to

"Thanks Boots I know how to do 2 step now. Now teach me how to do distributive" said Dora. I'll show you how to do distrivutive. Lets do this questions 5(x+6)=20." said Boots

"First we will do five times x and five times 6. We will get 5x+30=20. Now cancel the constant 5x+30-30=20-30 you will get -10. You can now divide the coefficant 5x/5 = -10/5. X is -2. We would rewrite the original question 5x+30=20. Substiude the x with -2. It would be 5(-2)+30=20. We multiply 5 and -2 and we would get -10.It would be now -10+30=20. Since it is a negative you minus 10 from 30 and you will get 20 and the answer is 20" said Boots.

"Wow your really smart Boots. said Dora. Haha thanks Dora this is going to be the last thing I help you is my pesonal hardest. It is modeling. It's where you dra. Lets do 3x-3=9" said Boots.

We would draw the question out.

Now we cancel the constant with a zero pair.

Than we share our circles into even groups of 3 Than circle one group.

Than we will get what is X.

"Thanks Boots your really smart and this will help me do my test" said Dora.

*Algebra. (With characters of Dora)*

*"Hey Boots do you know how to do one of these things:*

__Two step__equation,__Distributive__and__modeling__?" said Dora"Yes I do Dora. Ill teach you how to do

__Two step__. Lets try this question 4x -2 = 18" said Boots."First we do is isolate the

**variable**. The variable is (X). Second is cancel the**constant**which is -2 with a zero pair which is +2 and add 2 to the answer which becomes +20." said Boots."Than we cancel the

**Coefficant**which is multiply by 4 but we cancel it with divide by 4. 4x = 20 becomes 4x/4 = 20/4. You**balance**the equation again. (Reason why I use a backslash instead of the line because I was a bit to bored. They are whole fractions which makes x=5. We would**simplify**if the answer is a decimal." said Boots."It is time to

**verifty**. We would rewrite the question 4x-2=18. Then we**substiude**x which be 5 and it would be 4(5)-2=18. Than we multiply 4 and 5 together we will get 20. Than all we have to do is to minus 2 from 20 to get 18. 20-2=18. Now we will get the answer which is 18. 18=18" said Boots."Thanks Boots I know how to do 2 step now. Now teach me how to do distributive" said Dora. I'll show you how to do distrivutive. Lets do this questions 5(x+6)=20." said Boots

"First we will do five times x and five times 6. We will get 5x+30=20. Now cancel the constant 5x+30-30=20-30 you will get -10. You can now divide the coefficant 5x/5 = -10/5. X is -2. We would rewrite the original question 5x+30=20. Substiude the x with -2. It would be 5(-2)+30=20. We multiply 5 and -2 and we would get -10.It would be now -10+30=20. Since it is a negative you minus 10 from 30 and you will get 20 and the answer is 20" said Boots.

"Wow your really smart Boots. said Dora. Haha thanks Dora this is going to be the last thing I help you is my pesonal hardest. It is modeling. It's where you dra. Lets do 3x-3=9" said Boots.

We would draw the question out.

Now we cancel the constant with a zero pair.

Than we share our circles into even groups of 3 Than circle one group.

Than we will get what is X.

"Thanks Boots your really smart and this will help me do my test" said Dora.

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## Sunday, March 17, 2013

### Arizza's Unproject

*Part 1: Trailer*

*Part 2: Explaining the Math*

(Having problems uploading at the moment, might be able to add later on)

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algebra,
unproject13,
yarizza814

### Braeden's Algebra Unproject

I will show you how to solve and verify a two-step equation, show how to model, show Distributive Property.

First let's try a Two-Step Equation.

Ex. 2x + 4 = 4

But first, let's write some facts about those numbers first.

This Number 2 in 2x is called a

2x + 4-4 = 4-4 =

Now we verify.

2x + 4 = 4

2(0) + 4 = 4

0 + 4 = 4

Now I will show how to divide with fractions in algebra.

Let's list some points down first.

x/4 + 5 - 5 = 10 - 5

4

x = 20

x/4 + 5 = 10

20/4 + 5 = 10

5 + 5 = 10

Now let's try Distributive Property.

2 (x + 3) = 10

2 groups of x + 3 = 10

x + 3

x + 3

Now you solve it using two step equation.

2x + 6 - 6 = 10 - 6 = 2x = 4 Divided by 2

x = 2

Now Verify.

2x + 6 = 10

2(2) + 6 = 10

4 + 6 = 10

First let's try a Two-Step Equation.

Ex. 2x + 4 = 4

But first, let's write some facts about those numbers first.

This Number 2 in 2x is called a

**. The Coefficient is by the letter, which is called a***Coefficient***The Variable represents an unknown number. We won't know the number until after we solve the equation. The Coefficient is a letter that is used to multiply a variable. You can cancel it by using the opposite integer. The Constant is the factor of the Equation that never changes.***Variable.*2x + 4-4 = 4-4 =

__2x__=__0__so x = 0.Now we verify.

2x + 4 = 4

2(0) + 4 = 4

0 + 4 = 4

**4 = 4**Now I will show how to divide with fractions in algebra.

Let's list some points down first.

- Isolate
- Cancel the constant with a zero pair
- Balance
- Cancel, divide with multiply
- Balance again
- Simplify
- Verify

x/4 + 5 - 5 = 10 - 5

__5x__= 54

x = 20

x/4 + 5 = 10

20/4 + 5 = 10

5 + 5 = 10

**10 = 10**Now let's try Distributive Property.

2 (x + 3) = 10

2 groups of x + 3 = 10

x + 3

x + 3

**2x + 6 = 10**Now you solve it using two step equation.

2x + 6 - 6 = 10 - 6 = 2x = 4 Divided by 2

x = 2

Now Verify.

2x + 6 = 10

2(2) + 6 = 10

4 + 6 = 10

**10 = 10**
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cbraeden814,
unproject13

### Fiolo's Unproject

Solving One Step Equation

Isolate the variable like in the picture.

Then verify it like in the picture.

Solving Two Step Equation

Isolate variable like in the picture.

Verify it like in the picture.

This a model of 4

*w*+ 3 = 19

Solving Distributive

Model of 3 (

*x*- 1) = 9

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unproject13

## Saturday, March 16, 2013

## Friday, March 15, 2013

## Thursday, March 14, 2013

### Two Step Algebra Can

Two Step Algebra

Question 1:

4x - 4 = 0

4x - 4 + 4 = 0 + 4

4x = 4

4 4

x = 1

Verify:

4x - 4 = 0

4(1) - 4 = 0

4 - 4 = 0

0 = 0

Question 2:

10x - 15 = 35

10x - 15 + 15 = 35 + 15

10x = 50

10 10

x = 5

Verify:

10x - 15 = 35

10(5) - 15 = 35

50 - 15 = 35

35 = 35

Question 3:

r - 6 = 7

-3

r -6 + 6 = 7 + 6

-3

r = 13

-3

(-3) r = 13 (-3)

-3

r = - 39

Verify:

r - 6 = 7

-3

39 - 6 = 7

-3

-13 - 6 = 7

7 = 7
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algebra,
gcan814,
unproject13

### Dawsons Algebra post

i zero paired the constant by adding +5 and balancing it by adding +5 to the answer, then i simplified it. i then canceled the coefficent by dividing it, and doing the same to the answer.

that's how i isolated the variable. then i finished it off by verifying to see if my calculations were correct.

in intergers, how come two negatives equal a positive, and would two positives equal a negative or?

that's how i isolated the variable. then i finished it off by verifying to see if my calculations were correct.

in intergers, how come two negatives equal a positive, and would two positives equal a negative or?

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algebra,
sdawson814,
unproject13

### Two Step Algebra Gian

##
** Two Step Algebra :**

**Question**:

6

*x*+ 6 = 18
6

*x*+ 6 - 6 = 18 - 6
6

*x*= 12
6 6

*x*= 2

**Verify**:

6

*x*+ 6 = 18
6 (2) + 6 = 18

12 + 6 = 18

## Wednesday, March 13, 2013

### Aniane Canuto's Algebra Unproject

Yep.

(Also in radical 720p HD).

(Also in radical 720p HD).

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