# Study Plan

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Solving_Equations_Part_3 - Graphic | |

Solving_Equations_Part_3 | Objectives and success criteria | Audio signpost | Study Plan | Validation and Assessment |

**Plan and/or Tasks: **

**Prerequisites: **Learners need to understand the significance of the equal sign in an equation.

**Glossary:**

*Variable:* a symbol that represents the unknown in an equation.

**Experience: **

1. Read the information and examples of solving an equation.

2. Using the first example, redo it on another piece of paper without looking at the answer. Then, check your work.

**Key Questions (Critical Thinking Questions)**:

1. When solving an equation, which side of the equal sign do you go to first?

2. When solving an equation, which operation is performed last: addition, subtraction or division?

3. Explain how to solve the equation 3x – 5 = 10.

4. Write an equation with one variable to describe the following: one more than twice Tom’s age is 7.

**Skill Exercises: **

Complete these exercisee in Khan: Two-Step Equations.