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2. Solving Proportion and Percent Problems

When solving a percent or a proportion problem, you can take the cross products, then use the properties of equality. Cross products are an easy way to eliminate fractions on either side of an equals sign and make solving an … Continue reading

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3. Rewriting Equations in Two or More Variables

If you have equations in two or more variables, you can solve for one variable in terms of the other(s) using the properties of equality. An example of an equation with more than one variable would be the perimeter of … Continue reading

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1. Solving Equations in One Variable

You can solve equations in one variable by adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing by the same number on each side to isolate the variable. In other words, there are two things to remember: 1. All sides are created EQUAL! 2. … Continue reading

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