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For the 2nd equation…say it were 2x + 1, if 0 < x ≤ 3. Would you just start at 1 on the y-axis and THEN go up 2 over 1, up 2 over 1, etc? Thanks!

MrBrianMcLoganNovember 9, 2012

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gfresafveqrwNovember 9, 2012

wow, i wish you were my teacher! you explain things perfectly. Great video man!

MrBrianMcLoganNovember 9, 2012

I think it’s really awesome I have the ability to do that don’t you. That is my mission in life to extend math education to the most amount of people. Thank you youtube!

theGenderBlender123November 9, 2012

I like how you’re helping not only your real life students but all around the world including me and for that I thank you

MrBrianMcLoganNovember 9, 2012

it’s confusing, best thing to do is try to write the equation for each function with out any constraints. Then add the contraints, I only have one video on this but if you search my channel you should find it or I can pm you it

SuperL00kNovember 9, 2012

Hey, thanks alot for the video. It helped soo much!! Im just confused on how to write a piecewise function for a graph

MrBrianMcLoganNovember 9, 2012

thanks, just let me know how else I can help!

popprincess101202November 9, 2012

You’re my homework angel!

MrBrianMcLoganNovember 9, 2012

I have you covered, just search my channel for anything you need

OrphanSaverNovember 9, 2012

Immmm saved!!! I can’t understand anything my Russian Math teacher says and her tests are impossable!

MrBrianMcLoganNovember 9, 2012

your welcome, happy to help!

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My College Algebra Professor Sucks And I Cant Learn Anything She Teaches Lol. Now I Understand, Thanks !

MrBrianMcLoganNovember 9, 2012

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Cutie SmithNovember 9, 2012

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MrBrianMcLoganNovember 9, 2012

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wolves328November 9, 2012

ok i found out..youtube is a big ya in the math department

MrBrianMcLoganNovember 9, 2012

your so very welcome, let me know how else I can help

RejectedEel1November 9, 2012

Thank you so much!

MrBrianMcLoganNovember 9, 2012

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Mjzzz11November 9, 2012

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MrBrianMcLoganNovember 9, 2012

if we are graphing inequalities then you would be correct. However we are graphing equations so we will always have solid lines. However, the symbols determine if the when we graph our given equations or functions and if at that point it is included(shaded) or not included(open). Did this make sense?

Dreamingstar013November 9, 2012

This might be a little late but wouldnt the less than or greater then have dashed lines instead of a full line like the greater than or equal to stuff?

Brittany weissNovember 9, 2012

This video makes sense and everything but the examples you are using are different from the ones in my book. None of your examples have the B from slope intercept in them and that is the part I am confused about.

yes that is correct!

For the 2nd equation…say it were 2x + 1, if 0 < x ≤ 3. Would you just start at 1 on the y-axis and THEN go up 2 over 1, up 2 over 1, etc? Thanks!

thank you i appreciate your comment

wow, i wish you were my teacher! you explain things perfectly. Great video man!

I think it’s really awesome I have the ability to do that don’t you. That is my mission in life to extend math education to the most amount of people. Thank you youtube!

I like how you’re helping not only your real life students but all around the world including me and for that I thank you

it’s confusing, best thing to do is try to write the equation for each function with out any constraints. Then add the contraints, I only have one video on this but if you search my channel you should find it or I can pm you it

Hey, thanks alot for the video. It helped soo much!! Im just confused on how to write a piecewise function for a graph

thanks, just let me know how else I can help!

You’re my homework angel!

I have you covered, just search my channel for anything you need

Immmm saved!!! I can’t understand anything my Russian Math teacher says and her tests are impossable!

your welcome, happy to help!

My College Algebra Professor Sucks And I Cant Learn Anything She Teaches Lol. Now I Understand, Thanks !

thank you!

awesomest

yea there are quite a few of us that enjoy what we do on here

ok i found out..youtube is a big ya in the math department

your so very welcome, let me know how else I can help

Thank you so much!

glad you enjoyed

great video

if we are graphing inequalities then you would be correct. However we are graphing equations so we will always have solid lines. However, the symbols determine if the when we graph our given equations or functions and if at that point it is included(shaded) or not included(open). Did this make sense?

This might be a little late but wouldnt the less than or greater then have dashed lines instead of a full line like the greater than or equal to stuff?

This video makes sense and everything but the examples you are using are different from the ones in my book. None of your examples have the B from slope intercept in them and that is the part I am confused about.