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B.1 Solving Equations
by Brian McLogan
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B.1 Solving Equations

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B.18 Review: I still don't get it

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B.12Translating

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Writing Expressions

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Writing Equations

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Review: Step by Step

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Practice:

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I still don't get it

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Why do I need to know this?

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B.13Solving One-Step Equations

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B.131 Addition

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B.132 Subtraction

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B.133 Multiplication

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B.134 Division

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B.135 Reciprocals

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B.136 Word Problems

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Guide: Step by Step

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Practice: Worksheet

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B.137 Why do I need to know this?

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B.138 Essential questions

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B.14Solving Two-Step Equations

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B.141 Adding

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B.142 Subtracting

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B.144 Solving with two terms in the numerator

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B.143 Review: I don't still don't get it

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Guide: Step by step

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Practice: Worksheet

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Essential Questions

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Why do I need to know this

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Q & A Forum

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B.11Concept Videos

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B.1111 What is an equation

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B.1113 What are equivalent equations?

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B.1115 What does it mean when an equation is an identity?

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B.1116 What does it mean when an equation has no solution?

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B.1117 What does it mean when an equation as infinite many solutions?

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B.1117 What does it mean to use inverse operations?

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B.1114 What are the reverse order of operations?

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B.1116 What does it mean to isolate the variable?

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B.1114 What is the Addition Property of equality

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B.1115 What is the Subtraction property of equality

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What is the Division Property of Equality

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What is the Mulitplication Property of Equality

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What is the Reflexive Property

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What is the Symmetric Property

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What is the Associative Property

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What is the Transitive Property

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B.1118 What is an literal equation?

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What does it mean to isolate the variable

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B.17Solving Literal Equations and Formulas

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B.171 Slope intercept form

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B.174 Rewriting general equations

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Rewriting an equation of variables

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Rewriting a Formulas

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Guide

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Review

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Practice

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Essential quesions

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How can we use symbols to represent algebraic equations that we solve for a solution?

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How can we use proportional relationships to allow us to solve equations?

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Introduction

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B.18ABS Equations

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Evaluating ABS Expressions

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Graphing ABS

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Solving one-step ABS Equations

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Solving two-step ABS Equations

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Guide: Step by Step

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Review: I still don't get it

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Practice: Worksheet

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B.15 Solving Multi-Step Equations Variable on the same side

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B.151 Combine Like terms

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B.152 Distributive Property

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B.153 Mulitple fractions

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B.154 Multiple decimals

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Guide: Step by Step

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Review: I don't get it

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Practice: Worksheet

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B.16Solving Equations with Variables on both sides

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B.161 Combine Like Terms

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B.162 Grouping symbols

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Guide: Step by Step

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B.163Review: I still don't get it

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Practice: Worksheet

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Extension Word Problems

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Weighted Averages

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Percent Mixture Problems

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Speed of one Vehicle

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Speed of two Vehicles

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don't forget to include decimals and negative answers, and http://www.freemathvideos.com In this video series I show you how to solve two step equations. To solve two step equations we have to isolate the variable. Unlike one step equations we now have two operations to undo that are being applied to our variable. We follow the reverse order of operations by undoing subtraction and addition first and then multiplication and division. Tags: solving, solve, two, step, equation, inverse, operations, reverse, order of operations, addition, subtraction, division, how to, learn

Make sure you have two examples with the variable in front and behind http://www.freemathvideos.com In this video series I show you how to solve one step equations by using the inverse operation property of equality. When solving for a variable in an equation it is important to isolate the variable. We do this by undoing what is happening to the variable. We undo this by applying the inverse operations. Tags: inverse, operations, solving, solve, one, step, equation, subtraction, addition.

Make sure you provide two examples. One with a subtraction sign and one with a negative sign http://www.freemathvideos.com In this video series I show you how to solve one step equations by using the inverse operation property of equality. When solving for a variable in an equation it is important to isolate the variable. We do this by undoing what is happening to the variable. We undo this by applying the inverse operations. Tags: inverse, operations, solving, solve, one, step, equation, subtraction, addition.

Make sure you provide two examples one with a fraction and one with a ratio http://www.freemathvideos.com In this video series I show you how to solve one step equations by using the inverse operation property of equality. When solving for a variable in an equation it is important to isolate the variable. We do this by undoing what is happening to the variable. We undo this by applying the inverse operations. Tags: inverse, operations, solving, solve, one, step, equation, multiplication, division

http://www.freemathvideos.com In this video series I show you how to solve one step equations by using the inverse operation property of equality. When solving for a variable in an equation it is important to isolate the variable. We do this by undoing what is happening to the variable. We undo this by applying the inverse operations. Tags: inverse, operations, solving, solve, one, step, equation, multiplication, division

http://www.freemathvideos.com In this video series I show you how to solve one step equations by using the inverse operation property of equality. When solving for a variable in an equation it is important to isolate the variable. We do this by undoing what is happening to the variable. We undo this by applying the inverse operations. Tags: inverse, operations, solving, solve, one, step, equation, multiplication, division, reciprocals

Translate the problem into an equation and solve

1.) Locate your variable you will need to isolate/solve for/get by itself.2.) List the mathematical operation that are being performed on the variable.(what is happening to your variable?)3.) Undo operation adding/subtracting/multiplying/dividing by using the inverse operation(what do you need to do to undo what is happening to your variable?)4.) Check to make sure your variable is isolated/alone and equal to a value.(Does your variable equal something?6.)Check your solution by plugging in your value for your variable back into the original solution.(Do you have an equivalent equation?)(Reflexive property)

don't forget to include decimals and negative answers, http://www.freemathvideos.com In this video series I show you how to solve two step equations. To solve two step equations we have to isolate the variable. Unlike one step equations we now have two operations to undo that are being applied to our variable. We follow the reverse order of operations by undoing subtraction and addition first and then multiplication and division. Tags: solving, solve, two, step, equation, inverse, operations, reverse, order of operations, addition, subtraction, division, how to, learn

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1.) Locate your variable you will need to isolate/solve for/get by itself.2.) List the mathematical operations that are being performed on the variable3.) Undo adding and subtracting operations by using the inverse operation.4.) Undo multiplying and dividing operation by using the inverse operation.5.) Check to make sure your variable is isolated/alone and equal to a value6.)Check your solution by plugging in your value for your variable back into the original solution.

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http://www.freemathvideos.com In this video series I work through important definitions and processes for solving equations. When solving equations it is important to understand why and how we solve not only one step equations but literal and multi step equations. Understanding definitions and processes will help you apply the same rules from simple to hard problems. Tags: definition, concept, process, equation, solve, reverse, operations, inverse, equality, addition

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http://www.freemathvideos.com In this video series i show you how to solve literal equations. Literal equations are equations with two or more variables that are not the same. When solving literal equations we will apply the same processes as solving equations with one variable. Tags: literal, solving, solve, equation, how to, learn, variable, unknown, expression

y and x on the same sidey and number on the same sidey multiplied/divided

Case1: the expression inside the absolute value symbol is positive or zeroCase 2: The expression inside the absolute value symbol is negative

don't forget to include decimals and negative answers http://www.freemathvideos.com in this video series I show you how to solve multi-step equations when the variable/s are on the same side. When we have multiple variables on the same side it is important to simplify using the order of operations and combine like terms. Once we have our equation in two step form we can solve by using the two step process. Tags: solving, multi-step, multistep, equation, variable, same side, combine, like terms, reverse, order of operations, distributive property, grouping terms, how to, learn

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mulitply by the LCM

Multiply the equation by 10^x where x represents the number of decimal places the smallest number is from the decimal point. recorded

1.) Simplify your Equation( If you have multiple fractions multiply by the LCM) Multiple decimals multiply by a power of 10)(If there are terms you can combine, combine them)(Use Distributive Property if need be)2.)Use your inverse operations to undue the operations on your variable addition and subtraction.(undo what is preventing your variable from being by itself)3.) Use your inverse operations to undo multiplication and division(undo what is happening to your variable)4.) Check your answer

http://www.freemathvideos.com In this video series I show to solve a multi-step equations when we have a variables on both sides of an equation. The first step when solving equations with variables on both sides of the equal sign is to get the variables on the same side. Once we have the variables on the same side we can combine like terms to have one variable to isolate. We then apply our process for solving equations. Tags: how to, solving, equations, variables, both sides, solve, equation, multi-step, multistep, combine, like terms, simplify,