2008-2009 Algebra I PowerPoint5 Unit 1.5

2008-2009 Algebra I - /31 h =-20 g/31 y = mx b-mx = mx y – mx = b or b = y mx Solving Equations and Formulas Don’t be intimidated by the

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Algebra I Unit 1: Solving Equations  in One Variable Learning Goal:  1.5 Michelle A. O’Malley 8 th  Grade Math League Academy of Communication Arts Greenville, South Carolina
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Unit 1:  Learning Goal 1.5 Students will solve literal equations for a  specific variable.
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Unit 1:  Learning Goal 1.5 – Essential  Knowledge and Skills for Students The students will use problem solving,  reasoning, communication, connections and  representation to:   Solve literal equations involving one or more steps.
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Unit 1:  Learning Goal 1.5 Algebra I Standard: EA-3.7 Carry out a procedure to solve literal  equations for a specified variable.
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Solving Equations and Formulas
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Solving Equations and Formulas f/(pd) = epd/(pd) f/pd = e or e = f/pd 12 g + 31 h = -8 g - 12 g = -12 g 31 h /31 = -20 g
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Unformatted text preview: /31 h = -20 g /31 y = mx + b-mx = - mx y – mx = b or b = y - mx Solving Equations and Formulas Don’t be intimidated by the information in this PowerPoint. Solving Solving Equations for Formulas Equations for Formulas is no different than using a formula to find the area of a rectangle A = lw or to find the Volume of a Cube V = S 3 , which you have done in previous math classes. Solving Equations and Formulas For more practice, Click here and try out the online quizzes at Glencoe Note : If the screen does not appear, minimize your PowerPoint Program and the Self-Check Quiz page should appear. Work Cited • Carter, John A., et. al. Glencoe Mathematics Algebra I . New York: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, 2003. • Greenville County Schools Math Curriculum Guide...
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2008-2009 Algebra I - /31 h =-20 g/31 y = mx b-mx = mx y – mx = b or b = y mx Solving Equations and Formulas Don’t be intimidated by the

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