### All Pre-Algebra Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #1 : Two Step Equations With Decimals

Solve for :

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The goal is to isolate the variable to one side.

Subtract from both sides:

Divide each side by :

### Example Question #2 : Two Step Equations With Decimals

Solve for :

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**Step 1: **Subtract from both sides:

**Step 2: **Divide both sides by :

### Example Question #1 : Two Step Equations With Decimals

Solve for p:

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### Example Question #1 : Two Step Equations With Decimals

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### Example Question #1 : Two Step Equations With Decimals

Solve for :

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### Example Question #161 : Algebraic Equations

Solve for :

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### Example Question #101 : Two Step Equations

Solve for .

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To solve this problem, move all terms with x on one side and all other terms on the other side. We now get

### Example Question #3 : Two Step Equations With Decimals

**Solve for** **:**

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**Explanation:**

**Step 1:** Subtract from both sides:

**Step 2: **Divide both sides by :

### Example Question #1 : Two Step Equations With Decimals

Solve the equation for .

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The correct answer to this question is .

To start, you need to move 's one one side of the equation and numbers to the other side of the equation:

First, you subtract from both sides of the equation. Then, you will have put all of the 's on the same side of the equation:

Next, you add to the left side of the equation to put all of the numbers on the same side of the equation:

Once you do this, you can add the numbers on the left side of the equation together and find that .

### Example Question #161 : Algebraic Equations

Solve for x:

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To solve, use inverse opperations: do the opposite steps in the opposite order. Order of opperations is usually PEMDAS, with addition and subtraction last, so we'll do addition/subtraction first:

right now it says to add , so we'll *subtract* it from both sides.

next we will do multiplication/dividion. Right now it is multiplying by , so we will divide both sides by .

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