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Solving Problems in Two or More Unknowns

Unit 9: Systems of Equations
Lesson 1 of 20

Objective: SWBAT practice solving problems with two or more unknown values. To start, they'll use Guess and Check, which will soon lead to more formal algebraic methods for solving systems of equations.

Big Idea: The reason systems of equations exist as an algebra topic is that they're a tool to be used when a problem has more than one unknown variable.

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