Two-Step Equations

Ready to do the two-step? Not the dance - the math problem! In this BrainPOP movie, Tim and Moby will teach you how to use a two-step equation to figure out which of two stores is offering the best deal on wallpaper! You’ll start out reviewing simple equations that have just one operation (like addition or multiplication), and a variable. But how do you solve for variables when two operations are needed? Tim and Moby will teach you how to balance both sides of the equation and isolate the variable! Here we go: A one and a two and a...

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