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Algebra Word Problems

Common Core (Algebra)

Common Core for Mathematics

Common Core: HSA-REI.A.1

### Suggested Learning Targets

**Solving Multiple Step Equations**
**Ex 1: Solve an Equation with Parentheses**

This video provides an example of how to solve a linear equation in one variable that contains parentheses.**Solving Multiple Step Equations Involving Decimals**

This video provides two examples of solving multiple step linear equations involving decimals.**Ex 1: Solve an Equation with Fractions with Variable Terms on Both
Sides**

This video provides an example of how to solve a linear equation in one variable with fractions and variable terms on both sides.

**Ex: Solving a Multi-Step Linear Equation in One Variable**

This video explains how to solve a multi-step linear equation in one variable with parentheses and variables on both sides of the equation.**Ex: Solve an Equation with Variables and Parentheses on Both Sides**

This video provides an example of solving a linear equation in one variable that contains variable terms and parentheses on both sides of the equation.**Ex 2: Solve an Equation with Variables and Parentheses on Both Sides**

This video provides an example of solving a linear equation in one variable that contains variable terms and parentheses on both sides of the equation.**Ex: Solve a Linear Equation With Decimals and Variables on Both
Sides**

This video provided an example of how to solve a multi-step linear equation in one variable with decimals and variables on both sides.**Ex 2: Solve an Equation with Fractions with Variable Terms on Both
Sides**

This video provides an example of how to solve a linear equation in one variable with fractions and variable terms on both sides.

Algebra Word Problems

Common Core (Algebra)

Common Core for Mathematics

Common Core: HSA-REI.A.1

Examples, solutions, videos, and lessons to help High School students learn how to explain each step in solving a simple equation as following from the equality of numbers asserted at the previous step, starting from the assumption that the original equation has a solution. Construct a viable argument to justify a solution method.

- Assuming an equation has a solution, construct a convincing argument that justifies each step in the solution process. Justifications may include the associative, commutative, and division properties, combining like terms, multiplication by 1, etc.

This video provides an example of how to solve a linear equation in one variable that contains parentheses.

This video provides two examples of solving multiple step linear equations involving decimals.

This video provides an example of how to solve a linear equation in one variable with fractions and variable terms on both sides.

This video explains how to solve a multi-step linear equation in one variable with parentheses and variables on both sides of the equation.

This video provides an example of solving a linear equation in one variable that contains variable terms and parentheses on both sides of the equation.

This video provides an example of solving a linear equation in one variable that contains variable terms and parentheses on both sides of the equation.

This video provided an example of how to solve a multi-step linear equation in one variable with decimals and variables on both sides.

This video provides an example of how to solve a linear equation in one variable with fractions and variable terms on both sides.

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