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I hate math

Hi Anthony

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The trash can analogy is so cringeworthy wtf

3 to the second power is 9

2:19 can someone please make sense of this? How is that we add the exponents 8+5but it's still a negative 3?

thank's alot

simple, brief, visual – perfect for an intro, review, or flipped classroom. Thank you.

It seems so simple. Thanks Anthony

Thanks.That was a great video i learned something new.

helped a lot

Wow, u can math, good job (-_-)

This video is really helpful

his ears at the start xd

thank you for this video sir

Great job saying how negative is opposite, but you could've shown how division is multiplication by the reciprocal!

hyppa brought me here

9-11

this is really helping me

Anthony, do you have a video on circumference, radius, and diameter, if not, can you please make one.

Well that was explained in a way I could understand! Thx!

Great video! Would love to see a supplement video with negative numbers in the denominator! MashUp Math is awesome! Thanks for creating these great visualizations and explanations for kids!

good video!