Post a total of 3 substantive responses over 2 separate days for full participat
Post a total of 3 substantive responses over 2 separate days for full participation. This includes your initial post and 2 replies to classmates or your faculty member. Due Thursday This week you learned about systems of equations. These are two or more linear equations, which may be simultaneously evaluated for the common solution. Think about the three methods that you have learned to solve these types of equations, graphing, substitution, and elimination. Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words: Which method works best for you? Why? How do you think this method of solving problems can be applied to your current life or future career? Include at least one example. Refer to Ch. 3, “Systems of Equations,” for ideas. Due Monday Post 2 replies to classmates or your faculty member. Be constructive and professional. Reply 1 Patrick Ryndak: Hi Class, Out of the 3 methods being taught, graphing, substitution, and elimination, I believe that the graphing method is the one that works for me. This is because you are able to input coordinates, or a linear equation into a graphing calculator and the answers will come up in a chart. Having a clear visualization of the graph seems to be alot easier to read. The substitution method is too long of a process in order to achieve something that can be done by just putting equations in a calc. I am studying environmental sciences at Phoenix, and this course is a good reminder of college algebra. Although studying in the environmental field, I will definitely use the systems of equations in order to calculate business costs, this would be for the total costs and revenue that I would be bringing in. Reply 2 Dominic Otero: For me in system equations, to be honest I would have to say the one that works best for me would have to be all solutions, depending on which best fits the situation, my learning style, I like to take a bunch of different things and incorporate them into what might be best. I like to think of it in similar terms of shoes, for instance; hiking, you would not wear some type of running shoe or sandals to go running would you? I mean you could, however, if it doesn't fit the situation or something would fit better then why not use something else? This is why in terms of which would work best I would again to be honest just go with whatever fit the moment. In terms of my career, I would honestly have to say more of the equations themselves I would pry use in terms of a program that would input and output math. Example would be like y=2x or y =x + 5 both from the chapter 3 could be used in a python program. I also wanted to extend my apologies for not responding to my classmates last week, I got busy and forgot to post, however, I will not forget about you all this time.

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