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Expressions are strings of mathematical symbols that describe quantities. Want to know how many apps there are for the iPhone? There's an expression for that.Expressions consist of mathematical ope...
Equations and Inequalities
English has nouns (cat, fish, diaper) and verbs (scratch, swim, poop). A proper English sentence contains at least one noun and one verb ("The cat ate.''). Hopefully, the cat did not eat poop. Agai...
We've already done a lot of word problems, many of which had straightforward translations into mathematical symbols. When word problems contain more words, we naturally need to work a little harder...
In the Real World
These are some weighty topics, and we know that sometimes it's enough to think clearly about why you got up from the couch and went into the kitchen, but knowing how to translate word problems into...
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