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Mr. Rogove

Date:__________

Writing Equations

When reading word problems and trying to create an equation using symbols,

it is extremely important to begin by defining your variable.

Example: Your family is taking a road trip to Chicago. They drive 450 miles on the

!

!

first day, ! of the entire distance on the second day, ! on the third day, and finally

drive the final 325 miles on the fourth day.

Let d be the distance of the entire trip in miles.

Try to break more complicated word sentences down into more manageable

pieces.

Example: When a number is taken away from 57, what remains is four more than 5

times the number.

Let x be the number.

When a number is taken away from 57 57

What remains is =

Four more than 5 times the number 5 + 4

variables (raised to the first power) multiplied by coefficients.

Examples:

Non-Examples:

12

3 !

1

3

+ 19

4 !

1

2

!

1

4

32 + 21

( + 3)( 2)

YOUR ULTIMATE GOAL IS TO ISOLATE THE VARIABLE,

ALSO CALLED SOLVING FOR X.

NAME:___________________________

Mr. Rogove

Date:__________

In order to keep your equation in balance, use the following properties of equality

Addition Property of Equality

Subtraction Property of Equality

If = ,

then + = +

If = ,

then =

Multiplication Property of Equality

Division Property of Equality

If = ,

then =

If = 0 , then =

When solving equations you might have to do one or more of the following moves:

Combine Like Terms before your use properties of equality.

Example: 3 + 4 5 + 13 = 26 2 + 17 = 26

Gather all variable terms on one side of the equation before using properties of

equality to isolate your variable.

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!

Example: 3 23 + 4 = 24 + ! 21 7 ! 23 = 24 21

Use the distributive property to clear parentheses prior to using properties of

equality.

Example: 43 3 21 + 12 = 3 4 5 43 63 36 = 3 4 + 5

Use Rules of Proportions to create linear equations when your equations

contain a pair of fractions.

!!!!

!

!

Example:

! = 7 3 4 = 5 13 +

!

!

!"!!

One Solution

Example:

7 3 = 5 + 5

-Different coefficients

-Same or different

constant terms (If the same

constant term, then = 0)

No Solution

Example:

7 3 = 7 + 5

-Same coefficients

-Different constant terms

Infinitely Many

Solutions

Example:

7 3 = 3 + 7

-Same coefficients

-Same constant terms

NAME:___________________________

Mr. Rogove

Date:__________

Complete this problem set before you take the test! If you are stuck or have specific

questions about any of these problems, come find me before the test so we can address

your concerns.

Write an equation for each word problem and answer the question.

Shannons goal is to run 40 miles each

The Y charges a $44 sign up fee and

week. This week, she has already run

$30/month for an individual gym

distances of 5.3 miles, 6.5 miles, and 6.2 membership. CitySports Fitness charges

miles. If she wants to spread out the

a $99 sign up fee and charges

remaining miles evenly over the next

$25/month for membership. Write an

four days, how many miles per day does equation that will help you determine

she need to run each day? Write an

how many months it will take for the

equation and solve.

total cost of membership to be the same?

How many months will it take?

Two vertical angles are described as

One acute angle of a right triangle is nine

follows: one of the angles is four times

less than two times the measure of the

the quantity of a number added to three, other acute angle. The third angle is the

and the other angle is 6 less than

right angle. Draw the triangle and find

thirteen times that same number. What the angle measures.

are the measures of both angles?

NAME:___________________________

Mr. Rogove

Date:__________

3 4 8 1 = + 3 + 9

6 11 3 11 = 11 + 7

2

5

2 3 9 = 14 + 1

2 +2 =9 +1 +

3

3

NAME:___________________________

Mr. Rogove

Date:__________

Solve each equation. No need to check your work.

1

2

2

2

5 12 + 3 5 = 4 ( + 12)

3 + 13 5 = 6

6

3

3

5

5

2

9

3 9 3

5 4 3 + 7 =

16 20 + 4

12 =

8

3

2

4 2 2

NAME:___________________________

Mr. Rogove

Date:__________

Solve each equation. No need to check your work.

3

5 3

6

2 4 3 2

=

3 2 11

=

6

10

Please classify each solution as having one unique solution, no solution, or

infinitely many solutions. You should simplify the expressions, but there is no

need to solve the equations.

9 + 12 3 3 = 2(2 + )

3 4 1 13 = ( + 3)

1

1

4 2 3 = 3 3 3 3

3 + 72 = 6 3 +

4

4

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