1 / 18

180 likes | 424 Vues

Solving Multi-Step Equations. Day One Ms. Turk, Algebra I Unit 2-3. 2n - 3n -4 + 3b + 2 + 5b 9(w - 5) -10(b - 12) 3(-x + 4) 5(6 - x). = -n = 8b - 2 = 9w - 45 = -10b + 120 = -3x + 12 = 30 - 5x. Check your skills!. Where are the like terms? Subtract 8 from both sides.

Télécharger la présentation
## Solving Multi-Step Equations

**An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation**
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.
Content is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use only.
Download presentation by click this link.
While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
During download, if you can't get a presentation, the file might be deleted by the publisher.

E N D

**Solving Multi-Step Equations**Day One Ms. Turk, Algebra I Unit 2-3**2n - 3n**-4 + 3b + 2 + 5b 9(w - 5) -10(b - 12) 3(-x + 4) 5(6 - x) = -n = 8b - 2 = 9w - 45 = -10b + 120 = -3x + 12 = 30 - 5x Check your skills!**Where are the like terms?**Subtract 8 from both sides. Divide both sides by 5. 3m + 2m + 8 = 63 5m + 8 = 63 - 8 - 8 5m = 55 5 5 Example 1: Combining Like Terms 3m + 2m + 8 = 63 m = 11**Example 2: Combining Like Terms**-5x + x - 4 = 20 • Where are the like terms? • Add 4 to both sides. • Divide both sides by -4. -5x + x - 4 = 20 -4x - 4 = 20 + 4 + 4 - 4x = 24 - 4 - 4 x = -6**Example 3: Combining Like TermsTry this one on your own!**4y + 16 + 2y = 46 • Where are the like terms? • Subtract 16 from both sides. • Divide both sides by 6. 4y + 16 + 2y = 46 6y + 16 = 46 - 16 - 16 6y = 30 6 6 y = 5**Use the Distributive Property.**Add 6 to both sides. Divide both sides by 3. 3(x - 2) = 12 3x - 6 = 12 + 6 + 6 3x = 18 3 3 Example 4: Using Distributive Property 3(x - 2) = 12 x = 6**Example 5: Using Distributive Property**-2(3x + 1) = 22 • Use the Distributive Property. • Add 2 to both sides. • Divide both sides by -6. -2(3x + 1) = 22 -6x - 2 = 22 + 2 + 2 -6x = 24 - 6 - 6 x = - 4**Example 6: Using Distributive PropertyTry one on your own!**-4(x - 5) = 16 • Use the Distributive Property. • Subtract 20 from both sides. • Divide both sides by -4. -4(x - 5) = 16 -4x + 20 = 16 - 20 - 20 -4x = -4 -4 -4 x = 1**Real World Problem Solving**A gardener is planning a rectangular garden. His garden will be next to an existing 14-ft fence. The gardener has a total of 54 feet of fencing to build the other three sides of the garden. How long will the garden be if the width is 14 feet?**Real World Problem Solving**x Fence Perimeter: Add up sides. 14 Draw a picture! x + 14 + x = 54 x**Combine like terms.**Subtract 14 from both sides. Divide both sides by 2. Simplify. x + 14 + x = 54 2x+ 14 = 54 - 14 - 14 2x = 40 2 2 x = 20 Real World Problem Solving x + 14 + x = 54**Real World Problem Solving**Complete your picture! 20 Fence 14 20 + 14 + 20 = 54 20**Real World Problem Solving**A carpenter is building a rectangular fence for a playground. One side of the playground is the wall of a building 70 feet wide. He plans to use 340 feet of fencing material. What is the length of the playground if the width is 70 ft?**Real World Problem Solving**Draw a picture! x Building Perimeter: Add up sides. 70 x + 70 + x = 340 x**Real World Problem Solving**x + 70 + x = 340 • Combine like terms. • Subtract 70 from both sides. • Divide both sides by 2. • Simplify. x + 70 + x = 340 2x+ 70 = 340 - 70 - 70 2x = 270 2 2 x = 135**Real World Problem Solving**Complete your picture! 135 Building 70 135 + 70 + 135 = 340 135**Pop Quiz!You may use your notes, a calculator, and that’s**it!No Work Shown = No Credit! 6x - 2x = 28 b. -13 = 3x - 2x - 4 c. 2(6 + y) = 24 d. -2(m + 4) = 8 e. A man is building a rectangular kennel for his dog with 30 feet of fence. One side of the kennel is against his house and does not need fencing. This side is 8 feet long. Find the dimensions of the kennel.**Classwork**Workbook page 24: Exercises 1-6, 47, 50.

More Related