is equal to?

an equivalent form of is ?

(This is also an excuse for me to get used to the php math code, which I never used before)

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- Jul 20th 2006, 12:20 AMzosoEquivalent Forms
is equal to?

an equivalent form of is ?

(This is also an excuse for me to get used to the php math code, which I never used before) - Jul 20th 2006, 05:45 AMtopsquarkQuote:

Originally Posted by**zoso**

-Dan - Jul 20th 2006, 06:19 AMmalaygoelQuote:

Originally Posted by**zoso**

Malay - Jul 20th 2006, 06:55 AMQuickQuote:

Originally Posted by**zoso**

- Jul 20th 2006, 08:17 AMzoso
k, I'm going to go read the tutorial, then come back and try something else out.

- Jul 20th 2006, 09:06 AMzoso
ok, lets try posting with fractions

Simplfy assuming

M drives 400 in one hour less than J. If M's speed is 20 km/h faster than J's, what is the proper equation to determine the speed of J? - Jul 20th 2006, 10:08 AMQuickQuote:

Originally Posted by**zoso**

or

something interesting:

- Jul 20th 2006, 02:18 PMzosoQuote:

Originally Posted by**zoso**

- Jul 20th 2006, 02:50 PMQuickQuote:

Originally Posted by**zoso**

multiply:

subtract:

group like terms:

subtract: - Jul 20th 2006, 03:37 PMzoso
So, ?

- Jul 20th 2006, 03:57 PMQuickQuote:

Originally Posted by**zoso**

- Jul 21st 2006, 06:18 AMtopsquarkQuote:

Originally Posted by**Quick**

I don't see why any one form should be more "correct" than any other. As far as I know there is no consensus on any particular form.

Also, Quick: Why do you keep using " " as opposed to simply "-"?

-Dan - Jul 21st 2006, 07:36 PMQuickQuote:

Originally Posted by**topsquark**

BTW: I am starting to use the for negative numbers, particularly fractions. - Jul 25th 2006, 04:46 AMtopsquarkQuote:

Originally Posted by**Quick**

-Dan