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Renting a Car - Visualizing Algebra

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    Believe it or not, you're already a quarter of the way through the course.
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    Excellent work. In the last unit, we learned about linear equations and
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    inequalities. We looked at how they can be represented using tables, graphs, and
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    equations. In this unit, we'll continue that approach. We'll look at not just
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    one line, but two. Two lines or two linear equations are considered to be a
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    systems of equations. Let's try to make meaning of these systems of equations by
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    renting a car. You're going to rent a car from a car company called Car-nival.
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    You have $45 to spend on the car rental and Car-nival is going to charge $5 for
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    a registration fee and $10 per hour for renting the car. So we're going to
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    figure out what's the longest time you can rent the car. You might already be
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    able to solve this problem in your head, but we're going to try a different
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    approach. We're going to use systems.
Title:
Renting a Car - Visualizing Algebra
Video Language:
English
Team:
Udacity
Project:
MA006 - Visualizing Algebra
Duration:
0:48
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