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Literal Equations and Formulas

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Katy Ray

on 4 September 2014

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Transcript of Literal Equations and Formulas

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WARM UP: September 25, 2013
directions: use the mathematical steps for solving an equation to isolate each picture.
Literal Equation-

an equation with more than one variable.
Ex: 2y+3x=6
-2y -2y

3x=6
-2y
3 3

x=6-2y
3
Ex: a= b ; c
c
c
c
c
a= b
a a
c = b
a
Ex: 3m= 2(4+t) ; t
Your Turn:

1.) C= 2πr ; r

2.) a + b = d ; a

c 4

3.) 2( t + r) = 5 ; t
What is so important about literal equations?

Formulas
are literal equations
You are on vacation in Rome. You turn on the weather channel to see what the temperature is outside and the local weatherman says it is 25 degrees Celsius. What will you wear to tour the Colosseum?
C = ( F - 32)
5
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