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sin^2x + cos^2x = 1
y = frac (-b +- sqrt(b^2 - 4ac)) (2a)
(x + 2)^2 + (y - 3)^2 = 16
slope = m = frac (\text(change in y)) (\text(change in x)) = frac (Deltay) (Deltax)

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### Everything's Relative (frac (Deltay) (Deltax))

#### Introduction Everything's Relative will be my home for all my math articles covering concepts that I think are important for students to understand as they are learning mathematics. I'm calling it this because it's something that I firmly believe is true in all things in life, plus it refers to a mathematical concept, slope, which I think is one of the most important and versatile concepts in mathematics. I will get into it in depth in my first post which will be all about slope.

Here, I will cover topics over a variety of math subjects from middle-school-level to college-level courses. My intent is to help you understand mathematics; why certain things work, and why they don't. Additionally, I'll present it in a mathematically correct way. There are too many mathematics blog sites already on the web that are just not very good in terms of how the material is presented. Some are just incorrect in places; others are correct but not written very well. There are a lot of high school math teachers that have mathematics blogs that are very well intentioned, but aren't at a high quality standard. If I post something on here, you can be sure that it is correct and presented correctly in all aspects. I will not post anything if I don't know the material completely and can present it in a clear manner.

So, we'll see how this goes. Hopefully, I'm able to help students who may be struggling as they progress through their mathematical academic journey, and they are able to increase their level of mathematical maturity. #### Popular Tags

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