This is also an example for a one solution problem.
Ex: 2j+3K=11 and 2j-5k=3 The goal is to try to find out what 1 variable is in a equation. Then plug in your answer when you find out what k equals. cancel 2j and 2j out by subtracting the whole equation and you get 8k=8 and divide both sides by and 8 and k=1. Then plug in k in 2k=3k=11 and you get 2j+3(1)=11 and multiply 3 and 1 and get 2j+3=11 and minus 3 by both sides and you get 2j=8 and divide both sides by 2 and you get j=4. Your answer is j=4 and k=1.
Today we are going to teach you the Elimination Method!
For this tutoring session, I am going to teach you the subsitution method
Ex: 2j+k=3 and k=j-9 Combine 2j and j and you get 3j-9=3 and you subtracted 9 from both sides and you get 3j=12. then divide both sides from 3 and you get j=4. then plug in 4 into j from k=j-9 and you get k=4-9 and you get K= -5
Ugh, this is so boring.
You need to learn what we learned in class or you'll fail and I don't want my sister failing.
No solution: Ex: 2x=y=1 and 4x+2y=4 for the first problem multiply 2 by the whole equation by using distriputive property and you get 4x+2y=. subtract your equation by your second equation and yo get 0=2 and that makes no sense.
Scenarios of Math!
you most likely are going to teach it correctly because your smart.
Infinite Solutions: Ex:x+2y=2 and 2x+4y=4 multiply 2 by the first equation and you get 2x+4y=4 and subtract that from the second equation. You get 0+0=0 basically 0=0
I'm going to win ;)
In the scene to the left, the two teenagers made a bet. If the girl teaches the boy correctly, she wins whatever she chooses. If the boy doesn't think she taught it correctly, he wins and chooses whatever he wants.