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conveys the given information. Figure out what is given? 2] Identify what the problem is you to find. Most of the time the prOblem will
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variable identified in step 2. Answering 4) Use substitution to express the final equation in terms of theake ' ‘ ariable. W cit/122% Overall, find a strategy that will connect what you know with what you are looking for to solve.
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