Is algebra actually useful to anybody? Might it even be useful in your daily life? Absolutely! Keep on reading to find out how.
In addition to hosting Math Dude, Jason Marshall works as a research scientist at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) studying the infrared light emitted by starburst galaxies and quasars. Jason obtained a Ph.D. from Cornell University, where he also taught many physics and astronomy classes, and a B.S. in Astrophysics from UCLA.
How should you think about equations? And how can you solve them? Keep on reading to find out!
What are equations? How are they related to the algebraic building blocks we’ve been learning about? And what exactly do equations mean? Math Dude has the answers!
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How do variables work? How do you work with variables? And what do they have to do with algebraic expressions? Math Dude has the scoop!
How do variables work? How do you work with variables? And what’s up with x? Math Dude has the scoop on variables, algebra, and more.
What is algebra? What does it have to do with variables? And where did it come from? Keep on reading to learn the secret to understanding algebra!
Have you ever wondered how computers and calculators—both of which are nothing more than mindless boxes of plastic, wires, and other strange parts—manage to add numbers? And so quickly! Math Dude explains the final part of the story.
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