Madison Beebe: In the tic tac toe formula it says you need the high % on the top, does it matter which percent (high or low) goes on the top in this method
Pancho Villete: thanks sir very helpful
Gloria Ha.: Great method, thanks!!
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Christina Love: This is by far the best example for these types of problems. You made it simple and very easy to understand. Thank you for doing this video.
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TheFashionmissy: this how i learned it in pharmacy school
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Franchial Barnes: I want to thank you for explaining allocations. You made it easier to learn.
Zaheera Browne: Cool beans. Thanks for showing viewer's the short cut. My teacher does it the long way in class so we don't get confused or lost since we're just learning the material. Once you get the hang of it, it's nice to know short cuts!
chantill brown: thanks so much for the help this was totally confusing using that tic-tac-toe thing