7-6=1... 6-7=-1... 1-1=0... 6+0=6... 3+3 also =6. Half of 6 is 3 and half of two threes is also three. This gives us two threes and an extra three. This gives us three threes. 333. But wait. What about that 2 that we divided by earlier? Let's multiply it in again. 333*2 = 666. But wait, there's more. There are three sixes. There are three sides on a triangle. There were two sixes in our original equation. 6/2=3. Doesn't something seem a little fishy? Yes, because our perfect triangle is YELLOW. Yellow rhymes with jell-o. Jell-o is jelly. Do you know what else is jelly? That's right. Jelly is jelly. Jelly is used to make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches have three ingredients. There are three sides on the triangle. 6+6=illuminaticonfirmed
Math is here to progress the knowledge, technology and understanding of the universe of humanity... and also to cause stress to adolescents so that more money is spent on health care and other things that we are convinced we need because of the media so that the economy of the country and government grows.
5x-6y=9. If we replace y with (-2/3), we get 5x-6(-2/3)=9. Now to solve for x, we have to get x alone on one side of the equals sign. So let's move everything on the left side except for the x (which includes the 5 that the x is being multiplied by). Doing this, we get 5x=6(-2/3)+9. We might as well multiply the 6 by the (-2/3) to get it out of the way now. 6 x -2/3 is -4, so we now have 5x=-4+9. Add the -4 and 9 to get 5. Now we have 5x=5! So all we have to do is divide 5x by 5 to get x alone without being multiplied by anything. But wait! If we divide one side of the equation by 5 we have to divide the other side as well, so 5x/5 is x and 5/5 is 1. Finally, we are left with x=1. And that is the x-value. 1.
noun [North American]
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the abstract science of number, quantity, and space. Mathematics may be studied in its own right ( pure mathematics ), or as it is applied to other disciplines such as physics and engineering ( applied mathematics ).
the mathematical aspects of something.