TSI Math: Using Greatest Common Factors to Solve for a Variable

Solve for g.

p = mg – 4 + ng

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Transcript

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for plus n g All right we gotta solve for

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g it just means we got to get g on

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one side and all this other crap on the other

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So let's think about this Well you know stranger things

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find show showed us there's a market for retro scifi

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films so we thought we'd try our hand at it

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This black and white version of solving fergie is entitled

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when g took over the world it's a remake of

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the blob because well g seems to be stuck all

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over the expression on the right So here we go

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it's like cookie cutter way of doing it But let's

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just do it So we're going to move for to

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safety by adding it to both sides of the equation

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that gets us p plus for is mg plus n

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g The g is multiplying at a rapid rate due

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to exposure to chemical nine eighty four code named distribution

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The antidote is toe pull out the g as a

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greatest common factor when we get people us for is

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g times the quantity and plus in all right At

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least the special effects were better In the ones used

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in godzilla come on give us a break here it's

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All right divide both sides of the equation by the

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binomial m plus in to finish containing g and that

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gets us peoples for over m plus in is g

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well there we go After striking fear in the hearts

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of test takers everywhere g is imprisoned in the expression

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people us for over m plus and the answer is

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