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Multistep Equations. Friday, 9/6 Monday, 9/9 This is for your Table of Contents. Warm-up. 3-5=5-3 Always, Sometimes, or never true? 3-x=x-3 Always, sometimes, or never true? Show all calculations and explain all reasoning. Agenda. Pass Back Notebooks Warm-up

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Multistep equations

Multistep Equations

Friday, 9/6

Monday, 9/9

This is for your Table of Contents


Warm up

Warm-up

  • 3-5=5-3 Always, Sometimes, or never true?

  • 3-x=x-3 Always, sometimes, or never true?

  • Show all calculations and explain all reasoning


Agenda

Agenda

  • Pass Back Notebooks

  • Warm-up

  • Main Idea: We can work backwards to “undo” operations and solve for the unknown variable.

  • Two Step, Practice

  • Word Problems

  • Break

  • Multistep, Practice

  • Assignment


Two step notes

Two Step Notes

  • 1. Draw a line beneath the = sign to show balance

  • 2. UNDO from the outside (away from the variable) towards the inside (towards the variable)

  • Examples

  • Practice


Word problems

Word Problems


Video break

Video Break


Multistep notes

Multistep Notes

  • 1. Draw a line beneath the = sign to show balance.

  • 2. EXPAND (distributive property)

  • 3. Move all variables to one side

  • 4. Combine Like terms

  • 5. Solve two-step

  • Examples

  • Practice


Assignment

Assignment

  • Assignment Log

  • Questions about previous assignment

  • New assignment:

    • Textbook pg. 101, #11-23 odd


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