The solution to the first problem should be -29, not positive 29.
In this lesson, the instructor explains how to solve one-step equations by isolating the variable. They provide two examples of equations and demonstrate how to solve for the variable by reversing the operation being done to it. The first example involves subtracting a variable from a negative number, while the second example requires finding a common denominator to subtract fractions. By following these steps, solving one-step equations becomes a relatively straightforward process that can be applied to a wide range of problems.
How to solve one step equations
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