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The Substitution Method

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20 thoughts

  1. this didn’t help that much, you should add different types of problem to give the viewers a clue of how to solve them in my opinion

  2. When your teacher doesn’t even teach you for your exam and tells you to go on videos instead

  3. When your teacher doesn’t even teach you for your exam and tells you to go on videos instead

  4. Nobody told me I could just -x when theres 2x I always tried to devide by 2 this makes my life 100% simpler

  5. if you get rid of the “y” at the end of the problem solving then you do NOT get y = 3; you get 2 = 3. That makes absolutely no sense. if you get rid of y, you have to bring down the 2.

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