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    Week two DQ 1

    1) How can you differentiate between a formula and an equation? For example.
    Week two DQ 2

    2) What are some "Pitfalls" to watch out for in?

    A. Using the addition property in solving for X?
    B. Using the multiplication property in solving for? For example.

    Week two DQ 3

    3) how do you remember the inequality properties? for example.

    Week two DQ 4

    4) What is a real-life example or application of what we learned this week? For example

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    1) How can you differentiate between a formula and an equation? For example.

    A formula contains only variables, while an equation contains both variables and constants.

    An example of the formula is the formula for calculating the area of a triangle:

    A =

    An example of an equation would be:

    2x + 3 = 4x - 5

    2) What are some "Pitfalls" to watch out for in?

    A. Using the addition property in solving for X?

    we have to watch the sign of the term we want to eliminate. For example, if we have an equation such as:

    2x - ...

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    How can you differentiate between a formula and an equation?
    What are some "Pitfalls" to watch out for in?
    how do you remember the inequality properties? for example.
    What is a real-life example or application of what we learned this week?

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