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**This situation can be modeled using a Literal Equation.**

Literal Equations A Literal Equation is an equation that contains two or more variables. You are ordering pizza and sandwiches. You have a budget of $80. How many sandwiches can you buy if you buy 4 pizzas? 7 pizzas? MENU Pizza $ Sandwich $5 This situation can be modeled using a Literal Equation. cost per sandwich # of sandwiches cost per pizza # of pizzas 4 pizzas 7 pizzas That was easy

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**More Literal Equations**

Solve each equation for y. Then find the value of y for each value of x. I don’t like fractions.

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**Literal Equations with Only Variables**

Solve each equation for x. Use the distributive property in reverse. So that means... Asi de Facil

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**Formulas Perimeter of a Rectangle Circumference of a Circle**

Area of a Rectangle Area of a Triangle Area of a Circle Distance Traveled Temperature (Celsius)

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**Working with Formulas That was easy**

What is the radius of a circle with circumference 64 feet? Round to the nearest tenth. A car travels on a highway at a rate of 65 mph. How long does it take for the car to travel 25 miles? Round to the nearest tenth. That was easy

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Homework Page : 12 – 34 Even Numbers Only

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**Comparison of Regular Equations & Literal Equations**

Solve for x. Solve for r. Asi de Facil

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Rewriting a Formula The following formula is used to convert degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius. The following formula is used to calculate the Surface Area of a cylinder. Rewrite the formula to convert degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit. Rewrite the formula to solve for h.

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**More Rewriting Formulas**

Solve each equation for the given variable. That was easy

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Homework Page 113:

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Page 112: 12, 14, 16 Solve each equation for y. Then find the value of y for each value of x.

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**Hey, that has an x on both sides!**

Page 112: 20, 22, 24, 26 Solve each equation for x. Hey, that has an x on both sides! That was easy

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**Solve each equation for the appropriate variable.**

Page : 28, 30, 34 What is the radius of a circle with circumference 22 m? A triangle has height 4 ft and area 32 ft2. What is the length of its base? You can use the following formula to find the batting average, A, of a batter who has h hits in n times at bat. If a batter has a batting average of .290 and has been at bat 300 times, how many hits does he have? Asi de Facil

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Homework Page : Odd Numbers Only

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