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Using the Multiplicative Inverse to Solve Equations 2470 Views
The multiplicative inverse sounds like a weird sci-fi concept, but it's really just multiplying a fraction by its reciprocal—otherwise known as the same fraction flipped upside down. It's like an roller coaster ride for fractions! Just make sure they don't eat too much cotton candy beforehand.
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Domain and range: two terms you will learn to love (or hate with a vengeance). The domain is the set of all possible x values, and range is the set...
Functions briefly flirted with the idea of being infomercial hosts, but they didn’t shine when talking on-camera. They’re much better off in th...
This video will tell you all about the function of functions.
Looking to find function formulas from tables? We've got all you need, right here in this video.