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|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.
Variable: a symbol that represents the unknown in an equation.
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.
Complete these exercisee in Khan: Two-Step Equations.