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One Step Equations
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Join us as we demystify the process of equating expressions with examples like 3x equals 6, where the coefficient and variables come to life through animated explanations. Our chorus emphasizes the importance of simplifying expressions and following the order of operations, providing a comprehensive guide for mastering math. Explore scenarios like a plus b equals 10 and 3c equals 18, unraveling the secrets of variables and coefficients in a way that's both engaging and educational.
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Solving One-Step Equations Lyrics:
What’s the definition of an equation?
Let’s begin with an explanation.
It takes two statements called expressions
and equates them through operations.
So let’s equate two expressions in an equation:
With 3x equals 6, let’s start our evaluation...
3’s the coefficient; it multiplies x by 3.
Three times what is 6 ... x equals 2, you see?
When you see variables in equations,
following the order of operations.
Values you seek, you will find...
When you simplify each side...
of the equals sign
Now we see: a plus b equals 10.
If we’re told the value of a is 6, what’s b then?
I know the difference of 6 and 10 is 4
So b equals 4. Let’s try this once more.
This time we see 3c = 18, what does this mean?
3 times an unknown number, represented by c, equals 18
18 divided by 3 is 6! And as we have seen:
If 3’s the coefficient, times 6, the product’s 18.
If we use variables, we’re able
to write an equation for this table.
To get x and y to equate,
we need to multiply x by 8!
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