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Solving Equations with Algebra Tiles Part I. Jim Rahn www.jamesrahn.com James.rahn@verizon.net. The value of the green rectangle will balance the scale. What could replace the green rectangle to balance the scale?. =.

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Solving Equations with Algebra Tiles Part I

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## Solving Equations with Algebra TilesPart I

Jim Rahn

www.jamesrahn.com

James.rahn@verizon.net

The value of the green rectangle will balance the scale. What could replace the green rectangle to balance the scale?

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Recall that you can do several things to both sides of a scale and keep it balanced. Try to isolate the green rectangle by itself on one side to find the value of the green rectangle.

Give the value for x and explain how you determined the answer.

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We found the value of the green rectangle by removing 3 yellow squares from each side. Can you think of another way you could get the green rectangle by itself?

Give the value for x and explain how you determined the answer.

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Try to isolate the green rectangle by itself on one side to find the value of the green rectangle. Keep the scale balanced. Give the value for x and explain how you determined the answer.

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Try to isolate the green rectangle by itself on one side to find the value of the green rectangle. Keep the scale balanced. Give the value for x and explain how you determined the answer.

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Check our work.

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Try to isolate the green rectangle by itself on one side to find the value of the green rectangle. Keep the scale balanced. Give the value for x and explain how you determined the answer.

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Can you use yellow squares and red rectangles to solve for the value of the green rectangle? Give the value for x and explain how you determined the answer.

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Try to isolate the green rectangle by itself on one side to find the value of the green rectangle. Keep the scale balanced. Give the value for x and explain how you determined the answer.

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Can you think of another way to solve for the value of the green rectangle? Give the value for x and explain how you determined the answer. Check your value by replacing the green rectangle with its equivalence.

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Try to isolate the green rectangle by itself on one side to find the value of the green rectangle. Keep the scale balanced. Give the value for x and explain how you determined the answer.

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Can you think of another way to find the value of the green rectangle? Give the value for x and explain how you determined the answer. Check your answer for the value of the green rectangle.

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Try to isolate the green rectangle by itself on one side to find the value of the green rectangle. Keep the scale balanced. Give the value for x and explain how you determined the answer.

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Try to isolate the green rectangle by itself on one side to find the value of the green rectangle. Keep the scale balanced. Give the value for x and explain how you determined the answer.

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