In this video the instructor shows how to solve multistep equations. In a multistep equation, the equals to sign divides the two sides of the problem. To solve this kind of problem, the first thing
you do is to get all the variables on one side and the numbers on the other side. By doing this finally you are left with the variable on one side and its value on the other side. Be careful of the signs when moving the variables from one side to the another. The instructor shows how to solve a couple of problems in this video. This video shows how to solve multistep equations in a simple way.
How To: Solve multistep equations
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explanation of the problem is way too fast
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