 # Solving One Step Equations - Integers

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In this lesson, we will learn how to

• solve one step equations using integers.
• solve one step equations by adding & subtracting integers with variables on the left.
• solve one step equations by adding & subtracting integers with variables on the right.
• solve one step equations by multiplying & dividing integers with variables on the left.
• solve one step equations by multiplying & dividing integers with variables on the right.
• solve one step equations involving negative x.

## 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.

Ex: Solving One Step Equation by Add/Subtracting Integers (Variable on Left)
This video provides examples of solving one step equations by adding and subtracting integers with the variable on the left.
Ex: Solving One Step Equation by Add/Subtract Integers (Variable on Right)

This video provides examples of solving one step equations by adding and subtracting integers with the variable on the right.

Ex: Solving One Step Equation by Multiplication/Division Integers (Variable on Left)
This video provides examples of solving one step equations by multiplying and dividing integers with the variable on the left.
Ex: Solving One Step Equation by Multiplication/Division Integers (Variable on Right) This video provides examples of solving one step equations by multiplying and dividing integers with the variable on the right. Ex: Solving One Step Equation in the Form: -x = a
This video provides example of how to solve one step equations involving negative x.

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