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### Translate Into Equations

Standard 3A

Steps for Problem Solving

- Familiarize yourself with the problem situation.
- Translate the problem to an expression.
- Solve the expression.
- Check the answer in the original problem.
- State the answer to the problem clearly.

We are going to familiarize ourselves with the problem and translate the word problem into an expression

Seth is 12 years old. Jessica is 9 more than twice Seth's age. How old is Jessica?

Josh wants to buy a bicycle priced at $127.95, but Josh only has $86.42. How much more money does Josh need to be able to buy the bicycle?

Bernice swam 1,750 m yesterday at the school's swimming pool. One lap at the pool is 350 m. Bernice wants to swim 2,800 m today. How many laps around the pool should Bernice swim today?

Which equation represents the following statement? pool. One lap at the pool is 350 m. Bernice wants to swim 2,800 m today. How many laps around the pool should Bernice swim today?

7 times a number is 49

- 7 × n = 49
- 7 × n = 49 × n
- 49 × n = 7
- 49 × n = 343

Which Equation Do I Use? pool. One lap at the pool is 350 m. Bernice wants to swim 2,800 m today. How many laps around the pool should Bernice swim today?

Hallie spent $63.50 on pet supplies at the pet store. Then, on her way home, she filled up her car with gasoline.

If Hallie spent a total of $91.34 on pet supplies and gasoline, which of the following equations would describe g, the amount Hallie spent on gasoline?

- $63.50 ÷ g = $91.34
- $63.50 × g = $91.34
- $63.50 + g = $91.34
- $63.50 - g = $91.34

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