Introduction to solving equations with Variables

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  1. Introduction to Introduction to Solving Equations with Variables:
  2. Solving the equation means isolating the variable
  3. Isolate the variable by rewriting a simple equation in three ways
  4. Isolate the variable by doing the opposite operation to both sides of the equation
  5. Solving equations with the "times as many" model
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  1. Rewriting equations with variables: addition and subtraction
    Use the equation table to write 3 different equations. Circle when the unknown variable is by itself and solve.
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  2. Rewriting equations with variables: multiplication and division
    Use the equation table to write 3 different equations. Circle when the unknown variable is by itself and solve.
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    2. Introduction to Solving Equations with Variables
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    4. Introduction to Solving Equations with Variables
  3. Solving equations by isolating the variable
    Get the unknown variable by itself to solve. Use the opposite operation on both sides.
    1. nn + 38 = 62
    2. qq - 47 = 51
    3. dd × 9 = 54
    4. zz ÷ 6 = 8
  4. Solving equations: "times as many" models
    Label the "times as many" model for the question. Write an equation using the scale factor and solve.
    1. There are 4 times as many ants as there are butterflies. There are 10 butterflies. How many ants are there?

      Introduction to Solving Equations with Variables
    2. There are 3 times as many circles as there are diamonds. There is a total of 8 shapes altogether. How many circles are there?

      Introduction to Solving Equations with Variables
    3. There are 25 pigs on the farm. There are 5 times as many pigs as horses. How many horses are there?

      Introduction to Solving Equations with Variables
    4. There are 6 times as many red cars as blue cars in the mall parking lot. There are 40 more red cars as blue cars in the mall parking lot. How many blue cars are there?

      Introduction to Solving Equations with Variables
  5. Solving equations: word problems
    Write an equation for the word problem and solve.
    1. There are 5 brown-haired dogs and 7 blonde-haired dogs at the pet adoption center.
      1. How many dogs are there in total?

      2. Some of the dogs are adopted later that day. If there are only 8 dogs left, how many dogs were adopted?
    2. There are 12 red jelly beans. There are 3 times as many green jelly beans as red jelly beans.
      1. How many green jelly beans are there?

      2. If there are 2 times as many green jelly beans as yellow jelly beans, how many yellow jelly beans are there?

      3. How many jelly beans are there in total?
    3. Alice is 4 years younger than Benji. Benji is twice as old as Cassidy. Donna is six times as old as Cassidy . Donna is 42. How old is Alice?
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