Saturday, May 7, 2011

GO GO!

Here is a good concept we'll need involving algebra

http://www.khanacademy.org/v/averages?p=Algebra

Averages is a tool you will most likely use for the rest of your life, whether its the average of your test scores to see how well you're doing or the average amount of money you'll be making in your new business.
The importance of this cannot be underestimated and its essential that you have a firm graps of it because things will get much harder going forward.

26 comments:

  1. Math! Something I both love and hate at the same time! But I do believe there's more love than hate in there.

    Anyway, yeah. Averages are extremely important, especially in the business world.

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  2. thanks a whole lot for all of this awesome info man!

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  3. urg....i never liked algebra

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  4. a useful skill, and i have finals in a few weeks

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  5. Algebra is the only thing I'm good at in math

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  6. Definitely learned a few things about averages I didn't realize. Still not a fan of math :\

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  7. Wolframa tool is also really good!

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  8. Good posts so far, informative.

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  9. I love the Khan Academy. Great link.

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  10. I had some weird math teachers growing up. Perhaps you can be the next. =P

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  11. Very helpful! Thanks so much

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  12. Hahah. I'm very close with average. As in the video... I use the to check on my grades. lol

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  13. Im older so I already know this for fact, but I'm glad someone else is out there passing on wisdom.

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  14. Where is my T-83 when I need it?

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  15. @MikeNeuman...lol never leave home without it

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  16. When I was younger in highschool I always used to think "Math is stupid and doesn't apply to anything." And I also used to think "Science is dumb why do we need to know this." Fortunately I have become way less ignorant since then and realize the real life implications that both science and math have in everyday life.

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  17. Damn i just realised how shit i am at maths lol

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  18. I'm so glad there are calculators.

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