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1-57. Solve each of the following proportions.

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Bringing more math to more students.

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Bringing more math to more students.

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Copy and simplify the following expressions by combining like terms. Using or drawing sketches of algebra tiles may be helpful.

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Copy and complete each sequence below. Using words, not numbers, describe how the patterns work. (For example, write, “Double the previous number.”).

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On your paper, copy the Diamond Problems below and use the pattern you discovered earlier to complete each of them. The pattern is shown at right.

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Home > CC3 > Chapter 3 > Lesson 3.2.3 > Problem 3-98. 3-98. Simplify each expression.

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For each equation, a possible solution is given. Check to see if the given solution is correct. If 3 x + 7 = x − 1 , then does x = − 4 ? Step 1 (a):.

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Complete the missing entries in the table below. Then write the rule. IN ...

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