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Linier Equation With 1 Variables

# Linier Equation With 1 Variables

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In this part you will study how to find the solutionof a linear equation with one variable. To solve anequation means to find the solution of thatequation. The solution of an equation is also calleda root of an equation. There are some questionsbelow to be solved. Solve each problem on yourown way.utionof a linear equation with one variable. To solve anequation means to find the solution of thatequation. The solution of an equation is also calleda root of an equation. There are some questionsbelow to be solved. Solve each problem on yourown way.
Book Problem.
Ida and Anis bought some books.Ida bought 5 packs while Anis bought 2 packs. Thenumber of books in each pack is the same. Solveeach of the following questions (the questions arenot related to each other
).Book Problem.
Ida and Anis bought some books.Ida bought 5 packs while Anis bought 2 packs. Thenumber of books in each pack is the same. Solveeach of the following questions (the questions arenot related to each other
).
a) Suppose Ida gives nine writing books to hersister and the remainder is the same as Anis’ book.How many writing books are there in each pack?a) Suppose Ida gives nine writing books to hersister and the remainder is the same as Anis’ book.How many writing books are there in each pack?b) Suppose Anis receives 12 extra writing books fromher brother so that the number of all of her books is thesame as the number of Ida’s books. How many writingbooks are there in each pack?b) Suppose Anis receives 12 extra writing books fromher brother so that the number of all of her books is thesame as the number of Ida’s books. How many writingbooks are there in each pack?c) Suppose Ida gives six books to her sister, Anisreceives twelve extra books from her brother and thenumber of Ida’s book is the same as the number of Anis’books. How many books are there in each pack?c) Suppose Ida gives six books to her sister, Anisreceives twelve extra books from her brother and thenumber of Ida’s book is the same as the number of Anis’books. How many books are there in each pack?
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Problem 1
Mathematics for Junior High School – Year 7/139

Problem 2
Frog Problem.

Two frogs, Tinki and Dipsi, werestaying under a tree. Suddenly, they werefrightened by a snake. They straightly jumped formany times to the same direction in order to avoidthe snake. Tinki jumped six times and Dipsi jumpedseven times. On the first jump Tinki reached 35 cmand Dipsi reached 20 cm. On the next jump theyreached the same distance.Answer each question below.a) What can you state about the situation?b) If on the last jump they reached the samedistance, how far did they reach on the second jump?c) How far was the distance that was reached byeach frog up to the last jump?Explain how to obtain Diagram-2 from Diagram–1and write that equation.
Ti Di

One way to solve Problem 2 is to express the length of the second jump and so on with a variable, for example
x
. Diagram-1 belowdescribes the situation of Problem 2.
xx35
Tinki
xxxxxxxxx20
Dipsi
The equation i
xx
s 35 +6
x
= 20 + 7
x

Diagram 1
140/Student’s Book – Linear Equations and Inequalities with One Variable

Explain how to get Diagram-3 from Diagram –2.
Mosquito Problem.
Do you still remember thefrogs, Tinki and Dipsi, which were chased by asnake? After they reached a safety area, they took arest. After that, they looked for a mosquito close tothem.There was a Eugenia tree 100 cm behind Dipsi, whileTinki was staying 25 cm behind Dipsi. To catch themosquito, Tinki had to jump four times, while Dipsi hadto jump twice. If every jump had the same distance, a)draw a diagram which represents that situation b)what was the distance in every jump?
35
Tinki
x20
Dipsi
The equation is ...........................
Diagram 2
15
Tinki
TinkiDisi
Fiure 4.9
x
Dipsi
How far is the second jump?
Diagram 3
Problem 3
Mathematics for Junior High School – Year 7/141

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