July 31, 2009

This lesson develops an intuitive and reason-based approach to the method of solving multi-step linear equations using the additive and multiplicative propertiesLinear patterns can often be solved by using tables, but this method can be lengthy, unreliable, and tedious (especially without technology). As we examine the patterns in tables, we see the structure of equations, the need for variables, and the methods in order to find a solution. of equality.

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