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Evaluate an Expression in the Form 6x^2y^2+3xy+4y+5x-8 (Example)
Know how to evaluate expressions? You will after watching an informative YouTube video. The expression under consideration is 6(z^2)(x^2)+3zx+4z+5x-8. The narrator shows how to evaluate the expression for given values of x and z.
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- Use the video with learners struggling with the concept
- Pupils must be able to square negative values and apply integer operation rules
- Scholars should understand what it means to substitute values
- Lists order of operations at the bottom of the screen as a reference
- Teenagers are not likely to find the video to be interesting
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