Two Step Equation with a Rational Term

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Taught by mrbrianmclogan
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Errors in this video:

At about the 1:22 mark, the teacher says adding a -4 is the exact same thing as subtracting a -4; he should have said adding a -4 is the same thing as subtracting a positive 4.

At about the 1:29 mark, the teacher says that 3+-4 is the same thing as x-4; he should have either said 3+-4 is the same as 3-4 or x+-4 is the same as x-4.

Lesson Description:

Solving a two step equation with a rational term

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Questions answered by this video:
  • How do I solve 2 step equations when the x term is divided by something?
  • How do I solve -4 +(x/3)=12?
  • Staff Review

    • Currently 3.0/5 Stars.
    This lesson shows how to solve a two step equation when there is a rational term in the equation.