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Markarino /TEE/DGPE-PI1 #Evaluate

I love learning things about anything at all. I'm having a great time working to master World of Math, and to study sciences, history and programming, and I love to evaluate Intro to JavaScript projects.

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• I learned from Sal Khan yesterday in a webinar that foreign language is a very attractive subject to include on Khan Academy, but that this isn't going to happen in the foreseeable future because t...

• Thank you so much, Evan and Inger, and Chris and Jonathan.  I learned so much, and I'm really excited to be able to help other KA members become better evaluators!

• Elaine, when dealing with multiplication and division, just count up the number of negative signs.  Pair of negatives always cancel each other out, so if the number of negatives is even, the answer...

• Kevin, the y-intercept is defined as the value of y when x = 0.  Since we know that when x = 0, y = 2, the y intercept has to bef +2.   Why are you thinking that -2 might be a good answer?   When y...

• That's a really good question Britanie; I'm an adult learner on independent study, and I've never had a problem going back and doing exercises I have already mastered.   I just go back into whateve...

• Minsui, I'm sorry you haven't gotten a response.  It is hard to answer your question, because we cannot see the function the question is asking about and we never see where the 7 appears in the fun...

• Anthony + Joseph reminded me of something I was thinking of earlier, which was, I could also have used a noStroke() command, and then I'd still be able to use my fill color.   But then I had this e...

• Thanks, Anthony + Joseph.  Wow, you are obviously very creative.   I'm afraid your program is a bit overwhelming--I'm not able to find the particular places where the fill command is applied to pix...

• Wow, Lacy, I am so sorry you had to wait so long for an answer to this. If you are asking why the green rectangle isn't around your text, I encourage you to look at the documentation on the rect() ...

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