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Solving One Step Equations - Decimals





 
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A series of free, online Basic Algebra Lessons or Algebra I lessons.
Videos, worksheets, and activities to help Algebra students.

 In this lesson, we will learn how to

  • solve one step equations involving decimals.
  • solve one step equations with decimals by adding or subtracting
  • solve one step equations with decimals by multiplying or dividing


Solving One Step Equations

Equations are fundamental to Algebra, and solving one step equations is necessary for students in order to learn how to solve two-step equations, and other multi-step equations. Solving one-step equations means finding the value for the variable that makes the statement true using additive and multiplicative inverses.

Solving One Step Equations Involving Decimals
This video provides four examples of solving one step linear equations involving decimals.

Ex: Solve a One Step Equation With Decimals by Adding and Subtracting
This video provides two examples of solving a one step linear equation with decimals by adding and subtracting.



Ex: Solve a One Step Equation With Decimals by Multiplying
This video provides an example of how to solve a linear equation with decimals by multiplying.
Ex: Solve a One Step Equation With Decimals by Dividing
This video provides an example of how to solve a linear equation with decimals by dividing.


 
Solving One Step Equations: A Summary

Determine is a given value is a solution to an equation, Solve one step equations.


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