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Published on Mar 13, 2012
Westerville South High School, Westerville, Ohio (Parody of All I Do Is Win by DJ Khaled)
(Chorus) All I do is solve solve solve no matter what Got systems on my mind, I can never get enough And every time I step up in the classroom All my students' hands go up! And they stay there And they say yeah And they stay there Up down, up down, up down Cause all I do is solve solve solve And if you solving it put your hands in the air make em stay there!
(Mr. Schultz - GRAPHING) It's Schultz going in on the verse Cause I'm solving this system and I won't stop now Get your heads up, eyes on the screen cause I got three ways to get the problem locked down It never went no where But they saying math is back Sometimes equations are easy That's when I like to graph And I'm on this systems track, so I spit my graphing flow The lines slant up or down, like lines with slope should go So graph your first line, now graph the other one too The intersection is your answer, that's all you've got to do Sometimes lines are the same That's infinite solutions Sometimes they never touch, no common points producing Been solving all the time, at South we represent Cause all I do, all I, all I, all I do is...
(Mr. Murphy - ELIMINATION) It's time for me to roll roll elimination's here sometimes graphing is a no no when the lines don't cross real clear, so I put down my graph paper my students wanna eliminate, they see it, they say oh boy! Tell Murphy line it up, On the top and bottom row, Make coefficients both the same, Get one plus, the other minus Those are the rules of this game Multiply or divide! That's the only way to get your coefficients right! These additive inverses wipe out x or y! Whatever's easier is what you have to decide! (all we do is solve) You solve for x (x!) Now you solve y (y!) Eliminate with me...cause I'm always solving right
(Mr. Winner - SUBSTITUTION) Math in the classroom, variables on the stove Equations getting heated, systems getting solved Winner is the teacher, math overload I've been using substitution since I was 13 years old Get x or y alone on em An expression is what you get on em Lock it up, block it up, that's the way, you chalk it up Pardon me I'm teaching up, the pressure up, check it bruh Plug this in with us Like a cord in a socket One variable now is all you have Solve it up, do the math Find its value, take it back The other letter is what you have Time and time again, when I'm solving systems Dub South says it best, just solve baby solve