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**Multiplication and Division Equations (Day 1 Multiplication**Equations) We are learning to…use inverse operations to solve for a variable in an equation. Tuesday, March 11, 2014**Find the following Algebra Tiles…**Trace each of these Algebra Tiles on your notes. Name each tile by its area. The red side of each tile represents… one negative unit! 1 unit x units y units 1 unit Area/Name: “1 UNIT TILE” The other (“non-red”) side of the tile represents… one positive unit! 1 unit Area/Name: “X TILE” 1 unit Area/Name: “Y UNIT TILE”**Multiplication and Division Equations**• The variables, x and y, represent missing values in our equations today. • Our job is to find the value of the variable by isolating the variable on one side of the equation.**Example #1**Record your steps mathematically: = Check your Solution:**Example #2**Record your steps mathematically: = Check your Solution:**Example #3**Record your steps mathematically: = Check your Solution:**Example #4**Record your steps mathematically: y y = Check your Solution:**Example #5**Record your steps mathematically: x x = x Check your Solution:**Team Practice**• With your team: • Set up each equation on your Equation Mat using your set of Algebra Tiles. • Draw what you see on your Equation Mat as you solve each equation. • Record your equation solving steps mathematically. • Check your solutions by using substitution.**One-Step Multiplication and Division Equations (Day 2**Division Equations) We are learning to…use inverse operations to solve for a variable in an equation. Tuesday, March 11, 2014**Multiplication and Division Equations**• The variables, x and y, represent missing values in our equations today. • Our job is to find the value of the variable by isolating the variable on one side of the equation.**Example #1**Record your steps mathematically: 1/2x = x 1/2x Check your Solution:**Example #2**Record your steps mathematically: 1/3y 1/3y = y Check your Solution: 1/3y**Example #3**Record your steps mathematically: 1/5x 1/5x = x -x 1/5x Check your Solution: 1/5x 1/5x**Example #4**Record your steps mathematically: 1/4y 1/4y = -y y 1/4y Check your Solution: 1/4y**Team Practice**• With your team: • Set up each equation on your Equation Mat using your set of Algebra Tiles. • Draw what you see on your Equation Mat as you solve each equation. • Record your equation solving steps mathematically. • Check your solutions by using substitution.