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Definition of the Distributive Rule, with examples and interactive step-by-step solutions of multiple problems

Use a virtual balance to walk through the steps of solving single variable equations. Example equations are available or the student can input equations.

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Use a virtual balance to solve equations, including those with negative numbers.

This article shows how to solve an equation. A physical balance is used as an example. There are drawings that help to illustrate.

Review your math as you progress from one marking period to the next.

Shows example problems for the common word problem involving cost of tickets, number of tickets sold, and dollar amount collected.

In this Early Edge video lesson, you'll learn more about Number Lines and Inequalities, so you can be successful when you take on high-school Math & Arithmetic.