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Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides. Lesson 2-4. Many equations contain variables on each side. To solve these equations, FIRST use addition and subtraction to write an equivalent equation with all of the variables on one side.

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## Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides

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**Many equations contain variables on each side. To solve**these equations, FIRST use addition and subtraction to write an equivalent equation with all of the variables on one side. Traditionally, the variables (letter) are “moved to the ___________________ and the constants (numbers) are “moved” to the ________________ side of the equal sign. left right**8 + 5s = 7s – 2**_________________________________ subtract “7s” so variables are on the left. _________________________________ Simplify ___________________________________ Subtract “8” so constants are on the right. ___________________________________ Simplify ___________________________________ Multiply/Divide ___________________________________ Simplify CHECK: __________________________________ ___________________________________ ____________________________________ 8 + 5s – 7s = 7s – 7s – 2 8 – 2s = – 2 8 – 8 – 2s = – 2 – 8 – 2s = – 10 s = 5 Substitute the value of the variable for the variable 8 + 5(5) = 7(5) - 2 8 + 25 35 - 2 33 33**Multiply both sides by the LCD**12 – r = 2r + 3 Simplify using the distributive property. 12 – r – 2r = 2r – 2r+ 3Subtract 2r from each side, this “moves” the variable to the left side of the equation. 12 – 3r = 3 -r -2r = -3r 12 – 12 – 3r = 3 – 12Subtract 12 from each side, this “moves” the constant to the right side of the equation. – 3r = – 9 Simplify “3 – 12” Divide each side by -3 (coefficient of r) r = 3 Simplify**CHECK:**3 – 0.75 1.5 + 0.75 2.25 2.25 Since the two sides are the same, the equation checks.**Practice solving the problems below. Answers are on the**last slide of the part 2 notes.**Solving Equations with Grouping Symbols**6 + 4q = 12q - 42 6 + 4q – 12q = 12q – 12q - 42 6 – 8q = - 42 6 – 6 – 8q = – 42 – 6 – 8q = – 48 q = 6 CHECK: 30 = 30**Yes, there is a “typo” in your notes.**18r – 24 = 21r + 3 Use the distributive property. 18r – 24 – 21r = 21r – 21r + 3 Subtract 21r from each side to eliminate the variables on the right side.. Simplify by combining Like Terms (18r and -21r). – 3r – 24= 3 – 3r – 24 + 24 = 3 + 24 Add 24 to each side to eliminate the constants on the left side. – 3r = 27 Simplify (add 3 + 24) Divide each side by -3 (the coefficient of r.) r = – 9 Simplify**Practice solving the problems below. Answers are on the**last slide of the part 2 notes.**Please check back for part 2 of these notes where we**investigate equations that have no solution or infinitely many solutions.

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