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• hello my name is john. Today in this comic we will be doing equations and I will start with one step equations. the first problem is a+5=54. first you see what the variable is being either added subtracted multiplied and divided. then you do the opposite of the operation . since the two numbers are the same you cross them out and bring down the variable. then you do the same thing to the other side. on the other side you do the equation then bring down the answer and you would get somthing like this ... variable=number.
• We are teaching students how to solve, illustrate, and understand one-step and multi-step equations. Example: 8.6 + m = 13 Answer: Weare currently adding 8.6 + m = 13. To solve this equation you have to do the inverse of addition which is subtraction. We will subtract 8.6 from both sides. So you subtract +8.6 -8.6 and 13 - 8. And your answer is M = 4.4.
• Hi,my name is Enoch and I will be showing you how to do two-step equations. The first example is -18x + 30 = -50. First, you identify the variable. Then you add/subtract whole numbers so they're all one one side (DO IT TO BOTH SIDES OF THE SIGN). Lastly, you multiply/divide to get the variable by itself.
• hello, my name is Amyra and i will be showing you how to do equations with word problems. the first word problem is: Joe ran 17 miles less than Aliyah last week. Joe ran 11 miles. How many miles did aliyah run ? First you highlight key information which would be 17 miles less than Aliyah and Joe ran 17 miles Then, you set up the equation which would be m-17=11 the you just solve like a one step equation. Do the inverse and do it to both sides and w= 28 miles.
• work cited notes- ms.bush purplemath.com usa test prep mathisfun.com
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