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Pre-Algebra Lesson 2-6

# Pre-Algebra Lesson 2-6 - Problem-Solving Strategy Look for...

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Problem-Solving Strategy: Look for a pattern Objective: Solve problems by looking for a pattern.

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5-Minute Check Solve each equation. 1. n = 9 – (-1)
5-Minute Check Solve each equation. 1. n = 9 – (-1) 10

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5-Minute Check Solve each equation. 1. n = 9 – (-1) 2. x = -3 – (21)
5-Minute Check Solve each equation. 1. n = 9 – (-1) 2. x = -3 – (21) -24

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5-Minute Check Solve each equation. 1. n = 9 – (-1) 2. x = -3 – (21) 3. T = -8 – (-3)
5-Minute Check Solve each equation. 1. n = 9 – (-1) 2. x = -3 – (21) 3. T = -8 – (-3) -5

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5-Minute Check Solve each equation. 1. n = 9 – (-1) 2. x = -3 – (21) 3. T = -8 – (-3) Simplify. 4. 8m – (-6m)
5-Minute Check Solve each equation. 1. n = 9 – (-1) 2. x = -3 – (21) 3. T = -8 – (-3) Simplify. 4. 8m – (-6m) 14m

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5-Minute Check Solve each equation. 1. n = 9 – (-1) 2. x = -3 – (21) 3. T = -8 – (-3) Simplify. 4. 8m – (-6m) 5. -15c – 17c
5-Minute Check Solve each equation. 1. n = 9 – (-1) 2. x = -3 – (21) 3. T = -8 – (-3) Simplify. 4. 8m – (-6m) 5. -15c – 17c -32c

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2-6 Problem-Solving Strategy: Look for a Pattern Example Sara was trying to finish all her math homework on Friday. She did 3 problems the first 30 minutes, 4 problems the next 30 minutes, 6 problems the next 30 minutes, 9 problems the next 30 minutes, and so forth. If she continues to work at this rate, how many problems will she have done in 4 hours.
2-6 Problem-Solving Strategy: Look for a Pattern Example Sara was trying to finish all her math homework on Friday. She did 3 problems the first 30 minutes, 4 problems the next 30 minutes, 6 problems the next 30 minutes, 9 problems the next 30 minutes, and so forth. If she continues to work at this rate, how many problems will she have done in 4 hours.

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