# Solving One-Step Equation by Multiplying

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In this lesson, you will learn how to solve one-step equations using the multiplication property of equality. The instructor explains the process of isolating the variable by performing the same operation on both sides of the equation. The lesson includes examples and a demonstration of how to use the multiplication property of equality to solve equations with fractions. Two different ways of writing the equations are also discussed, making it easier to understand the concept.

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How to solve a one step equation by the multiplication property of equality

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Questions answered by this video:
• How do you use the multiplication property of equality to solve a one-step equation?
• What is the multiplication property of equality?
• How can you solve x/4 = 9 or 1/4x = 9 by multiplying?
• What is the inverse operation of dividing?
• What is the reciprocal of 1/4?
• How can you multiply by the reciprocal of a fraction to solve an equation?
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This lesson explains how to solve a one-step equation using the multiplication property of equality. The property and the steps used to solve the equation are explained and then shown for this one practice problem.