I define equations and explain the difference between open and closed algebraic sentences. I then define and work through examples to determine if an equation is true and if a give value is a solution. I then work through two examples of estimating solutions with tables and with mental math.
3 EXAMPLES about open and closed sentences that are true or false at 5:50
3 EXAMPLES of checking possible solutions at 14:18
2 EXAMPLES of identifying a solution with a table at 22:29
4 EXAMPLES of solving simple equations with mental math at 32:39 Find free review test, useful notes and more at http://www.mathplane.com
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