# Voldemort's Scribe Post

Hey fellow scribers! Today I will be teaching you how to do Two Step Algebra with division. I will give you two examples.

First Example:

Now What you want to do first is you want to get rid of your constant with the opposite order of operations. So now you are left with this:

Now you are left with your coefficient variable and your answer. So you are probably left with something like this:

Next thing you want to do is you want to take out your coefficient and isolate the variable. So now what you want to do is you solve this like a one step algebraic equation. Which is using the opposite order of operations and canceling it out. Just like this:

Now you are left with your answer which is x = 8. Good job! You did it! You are the real MVP at math am I right?? Lets see if you are actually the real MVP. I challenge you to do one more question to prove me that you are the real MVP.

Second Example:

First thing you do is you take out the constant with the opposite order of operations. Since its -1, you want to do +1. And since you did it to one side, you want to balance it on the other side with a +1 too. It should be looking something like this:

Now, you have taken out the constant and you have balanced out your equation. Next thing you want to do is you want to isolate the variable. Solve this like a one step equation. Use the opposite order of operation to isolate the variable. It should look something like this:

Now that you have isolated your variable, you got to your answer! Eyyyyyyy! You did it! You proved yourself, you are the true MVP! Good job!

great scribe niza! highlighting and colour coding the important numbers and words really helped, great explanation.

ReplyDeleteTHANKS NIZAA. Really helped my pea sized brain

ReplyDeleteWe are at the Key lime stage!! nice post

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