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SOLVING EQUATIONS AND EXPANDING BRACKETS
AIM: USE FLOWCHARTS TO SOLVE EQUATIONS A + 5 = 12 A A A = 7 3C = 12 C 3 12 C = 4
6B – 5 = 13 B B B = 3 NOW TRY THESE 1. A + 10 = B – 4 = C = A + 7 = Y – 1 = V + 3 = 37
AIM: EXPAND BRACKETS 3(A + 5)This means the same as A + 5 3A + 15 Can you see a quick way of doing this? 7(B + 3)= 7B (y - 4)= 5y (2c + 5)= 6c + 15
AIM: EXPAND BRACKETS AND SOLVE THE EQUATION 5(A + 2) = 30 EXPANDED 5A + 10 = 30 A A A = 4 FLOWCHART
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