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Linear Equations in Disguise - 8.4 - Lesson 8

Linear Equations in Disguise - 8.4 - Lesson 8

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Student Outcomes

Student Outcomes

1. Students rewrite and solve equations that are not obviously linear equations using properties of equality. 

Lesson Questions / Review

We know that proportions that have more than one term in the numerator and/or denominator can be solved the same way we normally solve a proportion. 

- When multiplying a fraction with more than one term in the numerator and/or denominator by a number, we should put the expressions with more than one term in parentheses, so we are less likely to forget to use the distributive property.

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