Developing a formula: setting up linear equations in one unknown
Linear relations and equations
General Mathematics: Units 1 and 2
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This is another video in the General Maths course looking at Linear Relations and Equations! Don't you just hate the English language? It's so confusing! We use words when we can use numbers. Letters when we can use numbers. Well, this is the video where I show you how to be less confused when turning worded questions into equations. There are a number of worked examples where I show you that it's OK to choose any letter you like to stand for a number. I break each problem down in my own unique style and show you that you can be the BOSS!
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