**One-Step Algebra Equations**

Steps to solving One Step Algebra Equations:

1:

**Isolate**the variable (variable- a letter representing an unknown/unlike number)2:

**Cancel**using the opposite; if there's a constant use zero pair(constant- the integer in an algebraic expression or equation)

3:

**Balance**, do the same on the other side of the equal sign4:

**Verify**to check- solve to equalityHere are some examples:

A number

*and*2 is 5. (n + 2 = 5)The

*difference*of a number and 10 is -21. (n - 10 = -21)Five

*times*a number is 20. (5 x k = 20/ 5k = 20)Alge-Tile Example:

A number is

*divided*by 8 is -4. (x ÷ 8 = -4)**Two-Step Algebra Equation**

Steps to solving Two Step Algebra Equations:

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**Isolate**the variable2:

**Cancel**the constant3:

**Balance**4:

**Simplify**the variable5:

**Balance**again6:

**Verify**to checkMultiplication

Ten times a number and 3 is 43. (10g + 3 = 43)

Division

A number is divided by 3 with 5 is 19.

Here are somethings to help:

One Step Addition Video

One Step Multiplication Video

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