# Fraction Of A Variable MA.7.2.3 By: Benchmark MA.7.2.3: apply inverse relationships between addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to solve.

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Fraction Of A Variable MA.7.2.3 By: Benchmark MA.7.2.3: apply inverse relationships between addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to solve one step problems

Definition Part of a variable to make the variable smaller or bigger Part of a variable to make the variable smaller or bigger

Example If X=8 then… =8 so *8=1 then 8*8=64 X=64

The Question If + 7 = 32 Solve for y?

Solution Step 1: isolate the variable. y + 7 = 32 y + 7 = 32 - 7 -7 *Inverse of add is subtract - 7 -7 *Inverse of add is subtract y = 25 y = 25 Step 2: multiply by reciprocal to make the fraction whole Step 2: multiply by reciprocal to make the fraction whole or 45

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