Algebra: Integer Word Problems
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Videos, worksheets, solutions, and activities to help Algebra students learn how to solve integer word problems.
This video lesson shows students how to solve an integer problem.
Example: The larger of two integers is seven more than the smaller integer. Their sum is 49. Find the integers.
Example: The sum of the squares of three even consecutive integers is 5300. Find the integers.
Consecutive Integer Word Problems and Quadratic Equation Word Problems
(1) The product of two consecutive integers is 5 more than three times the larger. Find the integers.
(2) The width of a rectangle is 5 feet less than its length. Find the dimensions of the rectangle if the area is 84 square feet.
Algebra Word Problems: Consecutive Even Integers
Find three consecutive even integers such that five times the difference between the third and the first number is ten less than five times the second number.
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