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Pre-Algebra Ch.3 Multi-Step
Equations & Inequalities
by Kim, Jung Woo
# Pre-Algebra Ch.3 Multi-Step
Equations & Inequalities

## Lesson 3.1
Solving Two Step Equations

## Lesson 3.2
Solving Equations Having Like Terms
and Parentheses

## Lesson 3.3
Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides

## Lesson 3.4
Solving Inequalities using Addition or Subtraction

## Lesson 3.5
Solving Inequalities Using Multiplication or Division

## Lesson 3.6
Solving Multi-Step Equations

## How to Check Answer

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## How to check your answer

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To solve Two Step Equations, you will use addition,subtraction, multiplication or division property of equality. We will want the variable to be all by it self. Remember to keep the equal signs lined up so that it is easy to follow the Math.

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To solve equations with like terms and parentheses, you should first combine the like terms.

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The big message of this lesson is to get the Variable to one side.

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An inequality is a statement formed by placing an inequality symbol between two expressions. the solution of an inequality is a number that you can substitue to a variable

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When you divide or multiplying by a negative when solving inequalities, your sign reverses

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Multi step equations uses every property.

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Checking answer is very important.

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