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# Interpreting patterns on coordinate plane

Explore the concept of numerical patterns, focusing on how to generate, identify, and graph them on a coordinate plane. Understand the relationship between corresponding terms in two different patterns, and how changes in one pattern affect the other. Created by Sal Khan.

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• hi, im doing a poll. do you like sal??
• I umm don't know the difference between them 🫢
• I am gonna be getting a lot of points in these videos LOL
• me too i got like 10 videos i need to watch
• Has Sal ever mess up on questions 😂
• Probably, everyone makes mistakes. He probably doesn’t have large mistakes in the videos, because he can always redo it.
• can y be 0.2 times x's moves?
• Here is a paragraph I read about math it is:A fraction is a shape cute into equal parts. It is basically like a pizza and how they cut it. When I finished reading that paragraph I was already confused how do I know that if I am first introduced to fractions like. Sal can u pls help me make this easier to understand bc I am really confused like how so u understand this stuff.
• If you don't know fractions, they should have it in the 3rd grade math. If they're asking how it's cut, find how many pieces there are and put that as the denominator.
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• Am I the only one but this is soo easy!?
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• do we have to do vidos
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• if the videos are assigned to you, then yes
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• X increases by 3 and y is increased by 6.
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• what is the dot between the 2 and the 4?
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• The dot is another symbol that indicates 'multiply'. Some other symbols other than the 'x' and the dot are the asterisk (*) and sometimes no symbol at all. e.g.: 2(3+4) or P=4s