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Solving Equations A Solution A value of the variable that makes the equation a true statement
Equations Example: x + 2 = 5 TRUE if x = 3 FALSE if x = anything else The Solution is x = 3
Special Cases Example: x = x + 1 NEVER TRUE No such number exists Called a contradiction
Special Cases Example: 2x = x + x ALWAYS TRUE True for any number Called an identity
Equivalent Equations Have the same solution Example:x + 2 = 5 x – 1 = 2 x + 4 = 7 All have solution x = 3
Addition Principle Adding (or subtracting) the same number to both sides of an equation does not change its solution.
Addition Principle Example: 6 + x = x = x = 11 Are equivalent equations Both have the same solution
Addition Principle Example: 6 + x = 8 -6 x = 2 Equivalent equation that shows the solution
Multiplication Principle Multiplying (or dividing) same non-zero number to both sides of an equation does not change its solution.
Multiplication Principle Example: 6x = x = x = 36 Are equivalent equations Both have the same solution
Multiplication Principle Example: 6x = 12 6x 6 = 12 6 x = 2 Equivalent equation that shows the solution
Multiplication Principle Example:
Multiplication Principle Another Way:
Using Both Principles Usually best to use Addition Principle first.
Using Both Principles Example: 2x – 3 = 7 First add 3: 2x = 10 Then 2: x = 5
Solve 7n – 2 = 5n + 6. Example 1: Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides To collect the variable terms on one side, subtract 5n from both sides.
Identities, Contradictions and Conditional Equations.
1. solve equations with variables on both sides. 2. solve equations containing grouping symbols. SOL: A.4df Objectives The student will be able to: Designed.
1. Solve equations with variables on both sides. 2.Solve equations containing grouping symbols. GPS M7A1, M7A2, M7N1 ~ PEARSON Objectives The student will.
When both linear equations of a system are in the form Ax + By = C, you can solve the system using elimination. You can add or subtract equations to eliminate.
* Collect the like terms 1. 2a = 2a x -2x + 9 = 6x z – – 5z = 2z - 6.
1. solve equations with variables on both sides. 2. solve equations with either infinite solutions or no solution Objectives The student will be able to:
Solving Equations with the Variable on Both Sides Objectives: to solve equations with the variable on both sides.
Solving 2 step equations. Two step equations have addition or subtraction and multiply or divide 3x + 1 = 10 3x + 1 = 10 4y + 2 = 10 4y + 2 = 10 2b +
1.3 Solving Linear Equations. An equation Is a statement in which two expressions are equal. A linear equation in one variable is an equation that can.
1. solve equations with variables on both sides. 2. solve equations containing grouping symbols. 3.5 Objectives The student will be able to:
Martin-Gay, Beginning Algebra, 5ed Using Both Properties Divide both sides by 3. Example: 3z – 1 = 26 3z = 27 Simplify both sides. z = 9 Simplify.
1. solve equations with variables on both sides. 2. solve equations containing grouping symbols. Objectives The student will be able to:
The student will be able to: solve equations with variables on both sides. Equations with Variables on Both Sides Objectives Designed by Skip Tyler, Varina.
3.6 & 3.7 Solving Simple One Step Inequalities < > < >
Solving Multi-Step Inequalities is SIMILAR to solving multi-step equations. 1) Simplify if possible 2) Add or Subtract 3) Divide or Multiply 4) Simplify.
1. solve equations with variables on both sides. 2. solve equations containing grouping symbols. Objectives The student will be able to: Designed by Skip.
Solve the equation -3v = -21 Multiply or Divide? 1.
Solving Equations. The equations are equivalent If they have the same solution(s)
The Multiplication Principle of Equality 2.3a 1.Solve linear equations using the multiplication principle. 2.Solve linear equations using both the addition.
Follow the same process as solving multi-step equations. Keep in mind that you want your equation to end up looking like: VARIABLE = NUMBER **It doesn’t.
Math 021. An equation is defined as two algebraic expressions separated by an = sign. The solution to an equation is a number that when substituted.
Section 2.2 More about Solving Equations. Objectives Use more than one property of equality to solve equations. Simplify expressions to solve equations.
3.2 Solving Equations by Using Addition and Subtraction Addition Property of Equality –If the same number is added to each side of an equation, the resulting.
1.7 Intro to Solving Equations Objective(s): 1.) to determine whether an equation is true, false, or open 2.)to find solutions sets of an equation 3.)to.
Solving Equations with the Variable on Both Sides Objectives: to solve equations with the variable on both sides. to solve equations containing grouping.
Solving One Step Equations subtract 3 Adding or subtracting the same number from each side of an equation produces an equivalent equation. Addition.
Algebra 1 Chapter 3 Section Solving Inequalities With Variables on Both Sides Some inequalities have variable terms on both sides of the inequality.
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MCC8.EE.7 a and b: Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides. Follow the Equation Ladder. Simplify both sides of the equation using the distributive.
Objective - To solve equations with the variable in both sides. Solve. 2x + 4 = 5x x 4 = 3x = 3x 3 7 = x -5x -3x + 4 =
SOLUTION EXAMPLE 4 Identify the number of solutions of an equation Solve the equation, if possible. a. 3x = 3(x + 4) b. 2x + 10 = 2(x + 5) a. 3x = 3(x.
Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides. Review O Suppose you want to solve -4m m = -3 What would you do as your first step? Explain.
3.3 Solving Multi-Step Equations. A multi-step equation requires more than two steps to solve. To solve a multi-step equation: you may have to simplify.
7.1 Systems of Linear Equations: Two Equations Containing Two Variables.
Jeopardy Solving Equations Add and Subtract Multiply and Divide Multi-Step Variables on each side Grouping Symbols $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200.
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Step 1: Simplify Both Sides, if possible Distribute Combine like terms Step 2: Move the variable to one side Add or Subtract Like Term Step 3: Solve for.
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