## Class Notes: Solving Equations with One Variable - Section 2: Direct instruction: Active Note-taking

Class Notes: Solving Equations with One Variable
Class Notes: Solving Equations with One Variable

# Solving and Proving Equations with One Unknown

Unit 2: Its Not Always a Straight Answer: Linear Equations and Inequalities in 1 Variable
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## Big Idea: Students think about solving equations as rearranging equations and finding alternative ways to "say" a variable.

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Math, Algebra, Graphing (Algebra), modeling, solving equations, one variable, Common Core, master teacher project
90 minutes

### Jason Colombino

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