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# Different Forms Of Two-Step Equations Problems

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### #1 of 5:Mild

Different forms of Two-Step Equations

<p>Solve the equation for x:</p><p>`(x - 17)/13 = 2`</p><i><p style="color:#666">Write your answer as an integer, simplified fraction, or exact decimal.</i> </p>

### #2 of 5:Mild

Different forms of Two-Step Equations

Solve for k: `-9k - 38 = 43`

### #3 of 5:Medium

Different forms of Two-Step Equations

<p>Solve the equation for x:</p><p>`(4x + 5)/-5 = -3`</p><i><p style="color:#666">Write your answer as an integer, simplified fraction, or exact decimal.</i> </p>

### #4 of 5:Mild

Different forms of Two-Step Equations

Solve for p: `-p - 137 = -125`

### #5 of 5:Medium

Different forms of Two-Step Equations

<p>Solve the equation for x:</p><p>`2 = (-5x - 18)/19`</p><i><p style="color:#666">Write your answer as an integer, simplified fraction, or exact decimal.</i> </p>

In 8th-grade math, students learn about different forms of two-step equations as part of their study of solving equations as per common core math teacher. Two-step equations involve two operations that need to be performed to solve the equation.

One form of two-step equations is where addition or subtraction is performed first, followed by multiplication or division. Another form involves multiplication or division being performed first, followed by addition or subtraction.

Students can practice solving these types of equations by first identifying the operations that need to be performed, and then using inverse operations to isolate the variable on one side of the equation. This requires a good understanding of the order of operations and the ability to apply inverse operations.

With practice, students can master the skill of solving different forms of two-step equations and apply it to more complex problems in algebra and other areas of math.

You can take help from our Introduction To Solving Different Types Of Two-Step Equations Lesson Plan for empowering your math students!

In 8th-grade math, students learn about different forms of two-step equations as part of their study of solving equations as per common core math teacher. Two-step equations involve two operations that need to be performed to solve the equation.

One form of two-step equations is where addition or subtraction is performed first, followed by multiplication or division. Another form involves multiplication or division being performed first, followed by addition or subtraction.

Students can practice solving these types of equations by first identifying the operations that need to be performed, and t...

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### What teachers are saying about BytelearnWhat teachers are saying  Stephen Abate
19-year math teacher
Carmel, CA
Any math teacher that I know would love to have access to ByteLearn.  Jennifer Maschino
4-year math teacher
Summerville, SC
“I love that ByteLearn helps reduce a teacher’s workload and engages students through an interactive digital interface.”  Rodolpho Loureiro
Dean, math program manager, principal
Miami, FL
“ByteLearn provides instant, customized feedback for students—a game-changer to the educational landscape.”