Solving linear equations using multiplication and division

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Lessons
1. Solve the following equations.
1. $- \frac{9}{7} = 3x$
2. $\frac{x}{3} = \frac{5}{7}$
3. $3\frac{1}{4} = 1\frac{1}{2}x$
4. $- \frac{6}{5}x = - \frac{9}{8}$
2. Solve.
1. $- 0.25 = \frac{x}{{ - 1.2}}$
2. $6.3 = - 4.7x$
3. $\frac{{2.2}}{x} = - 6.6$
4. $4.5x = 8.1$
3. A laptop is on sale at 35% off. The sale price is \$342.99 less than the original price. What is the sale price of the laptop?
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Practice
Topic Notes
In the previous lessons, we have learned what a linear relationship is and its graphs and tables. In this lesson here, we will then learn how to solve one-step linear equations by multiplication and division.