- 1, 2, 3 - Solving Equations
- 4 - Solving using Balance Strategies
- 6 - 6.1-6.2 Solving Equations Problems
- 7 - 6.1-6.2 Solving Equations Word Problems
- 8 - 6.1-6.2 Solving Equations Word Problems
- 8.5 - 6.1-6.2 Solving Equations Word Problems - MOM -Page 41,42,50
- 9 - 6.1-6.2 Solving Equations Word Problems
- 10 - Introduction to Linear Inequalities
- 11 - Solving Inequalities
Single Step Equations
Solving single step equations involves applying the opposite operation to both sides.
Remember the goal is to "isolate" the variable.
We learned to use a T-Chart to both solve and check your solution ...
Two Step Equations
As shown on the side, when solving a two-step problem, you will need to decide which opposite step to perform first! If you are able to show how the equation was built, you will need to follow the opposite process to get back to finding what the single variable represents...
Watch the video to the left and follow the practice problems in order to review how to define a variable, and create a linear algeberaic expression.