Here’s another practice example where you divide by two digits.

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You can’t learn the advanced stuff until you learn the basics!

Lmao same. But I clicked just for a refresher 😉 Im 18

could you make some vedio for teach Calculus ?

This is what kids learn in Elementry school now…

? I’m only nine

thanks khan academy!!!

Thankyou!

Thank you!I had the roughest time at school learning this and then I found this and wow!

Thank

Thanks this helped me for homework xD THANKS

this is a code, use it on a program

// Each statement on its own line

fill(10, 247, 255);

rect(100,0,200,400);

var draw=function(){

var numCircles=6;

for (var i=numCircles; i>1;i–) {

var radius=i*7;

if (mouseX>100 && mouseX<300) {

fill(245, 231, 245);

} else {

fill(36, 8, 250);

}

ellipse(mouseX,mouseY,radius,radius);

}

};

the first day I found out about it I understood it😃😃😃😃😃😃

I still don’t get it :p

d’you mean 7 times 4 plus 1? instead of 7 times 1

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