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```Equations
and Inequations
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Reminder of Solving Equations 1
Reminder of Solving Equations 2
Equations with Fractions
More Equations with Fractions
Inequalities
Solving Inequalities
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Starter Questions
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Q1.
Is the following true or false
(A)
(-3a) x 5a = -15a
(B) (-6x) x (-7y) =-42xy
Q2. Are the 2 answers the same ?
(a) (-3h)2 =
(b) -(3d)2 =
Q3. Spilt £64 pounds into the ratio 7:9
Q4. Explain why 0.0675 is equal to 6.75x10-2
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Reminder on
Solving Equations
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Learning Intention
1. To remind pupils on how to
solve various types of
equations
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Success Criteria
1. Understand the process of
solving equations using
“ the balancing method ”
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Reminder on
Solving Equations
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Multiply out the bracket first
and then solve.
Example 1
Substitute value
into original
equation to
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5(x - 3) = 25
5x - 15 = 25
5x =25 + 15 = 40
x = 40 ÷ 5 = 8
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Example 2
Substitute value
into original
equation to
18
18
= 3(x + 1)
6x - 12 = 3x + 3
6(x - 2)
Solve as
normal
6x – 3x -12 = 3
3x -12 = 3
3x = 3 + 12
3x = 15
x = 15 ÷ (3) = 5
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Equations and brackets
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Example 3
Substitute value
into original
equation to
6
6
-3(2 + 2y) = 6 – (y + 2)
-6 - 6y = 6 - y - 2
-6 – 6y = 4 - y
-6 - 6y + y = 4
-6 – 5y = 4
Tidy up
RHS
Solve as
normal
– 5y = 10
y = 10 ÷ (-5) = -2
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Reminder on
Solving Equations
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Now try Ex 2.1
Ch5 MIA (page 99)
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Starter Questions
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Q1.
Explain why the following are True or False
(a)
-3y
Q2.
Is the following true
x
5y = -30y (b)
-6q x (-4q) = 24q2
-2a( b – a) = -2ab +4a
Q3. Write down the two numbers that multiply
to give 8 and subtract to give 2.
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Reminder on
Solving Equations
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Learning Intention
1. To remind pupils on how to
solve equations containing
square terms.
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Success Criteria
1. Understand the process of
solving equations with square
terms using
“ the balancing method ”
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Equations and brackets
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Multiply out the bracket first
289
and then solve. 289
Example 1
(x + 2)2 = x2 + 82
FOIL
Substitute value
(x + 2)(x + 2) = x2 + 64
into original
equation to
x2 + 4x + 4 = x2 + 64
4x + 4 = 64
4x = 60
x = 60 ÷ 4 = 15
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Multiply out the bracket first
and then solve.
35
Example 2
Substitute value
into original
equation to
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m(m + 2)
m2 + 2m
2m
m
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= m2 + 10
= m2 + 10
= 10
= 10 ÷ 2 = 5
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Equations and brackets
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Example 5 : The two areas are equal. Find the value of x.
(x + 2)
A = (x +
A = (x + 7)(x – 2) (x – 2)
2)2
400
(x + 2)
Substitute value
into original
equation to
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(x + 7)
400
(x + 2)2 = (x + 7) (x - 2)
Foil
x2 + 4x + 4 = x2 + 5x - 14
Solve in the
4x + 4 = 5x - 14
usual way
4 = x - 14
x = 18
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Equations & Pythagoras
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Example
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Using Pythagoras find the length of all sides of the triangle.
Multiplication
Table
25
25
(x + 3)2 = (x + 2)2 + 32
x2 + 6x + 9 = x2 + 4x + 13
Balancing
6x + 9 = 4x + 13
Method
2x = 4
x=2
Check !
5
x + 3 cm
3cm
x + 2 cm
4
Lengths are
3 , 4 and 5 cm
Equations and brackets
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Now try Ex 2.2
Ch5 MIA (page 101)
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Starter Questions
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Q1.
Multiply out.
(a)
3y(x - y) =
(b)
6q2 (2 - 4q) =
Q2. Explain your working to show that if we
split 24 into the ratio 1:5 the answer is 4:20
Q3. Writing out in full 5.2 x 10-3 to get 0.052
Is the correct?
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Equations & Fractions
Fractional Equations with Brackets
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Learning Intention
Success Criteria
1. To show how to solve
fractional equations using
all the rules learned so far.
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1. Apply Balancing Method to
solve fractional equations.
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Equations & Fractions
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Process of solving equations with fractions
1. Remove any fraction by multiplying each
term by the denominator value.
2. Simplify each side of the equation if
possible.
3. Carry out balancing method to solve equation.
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Equations with Fractions
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Multiply
EVERY term
by 5
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y 1

5 3
y
1
 5  5
5
3
5
y
3
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Equations with Fractions
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Multiply
EVERY term
by 3
Balancing
Method
7
m  (m  2)
3
 3m  7(m  2)
 3m  7 m  14
 4m  14
7
m
2
Remove
brackets
Equations & Fractions
Equations with Fractions
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Multiply
EVERY term
by 4
Balancing
Method
3
x2 x
4
3
 4x  8  4  x
4
 4 x  8  3x
 x 8
Tidy up
Equations & Fractions
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Now try Ex 3.1
Ch5 MIA (page 103)
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Starter Questions
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Q1. Find the area of the second shape given
the first has area 7w - 14
(w - 2)
(w – 5)
7
3
Q2. Split 48 into the ratio 1:3
Q3. In standard form 18294000 is 1.8x107
is this correct?
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Equations & Fractions
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Learning Intention
1. To remind pupils on how to
solve equations containing
fraction terms.
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Success Criteria
1. Understand the process of
solving equations with
fraction terms using
“ the balancing method ”
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Equations & Fractions
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Multiply
EVERY term
by LCM 12
Equations with Fractions
x x
 3
4 6
x
x
 12   12   12  3
4
6
 3x  2 x  36
Balancing
Method
 x  36
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Tidy up
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Multiply
EVERY term
by LCM 6
Equations with Fractions
y 1 y 1

2
2
3
Tidy up
( y  1)
( y  1)
 6
 6
 6 2
2
3
Balancing
 3( y  1)  2( y  1)  12
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Method
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Equations with Fractions
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 3( y  1)  2( y  1)  12
 3 y  3  2 y  2  12
 y  5  12
 y  17
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Balancing
Method
Equations & Fractions
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Now try Ex 4.1
Ch5 MIA (page 106)
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Starter Questions
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Q1.
Solve for x
(a)
x+3=8
(b)
2x – 14 = 50
Q2. Is this statement true
(x – 1) – 3(x + 1) = -2x
Q3.
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1 1
3 1
2 3
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Equations & Inequalities
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Solving Inequalities
Learning Intention
1. To show how we can solve
inequalities using the same
rules we use for equations.
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Success Criteria
1. Understand the term
inequality.
2. Solve inequalities using
the same method as
equations.
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Equations & Inequalities
Solving Inequalities
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The Good News
Inequalities are similar to equations except
we replace the “=“ with one of the following symbols :
" < " " > " "  " or
Less than
Greater than
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Less than
or
equal to
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""
Greater than
or
equal to
Removing a
Single Bracket
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Now try
Ex 5.1
Ch5 MIA (page 108)
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Starter Questions
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Q1.
Does 579300 = 5.793x105
Q2. Explain why the answer to
4(w + 2) = 6(w + 1) is w = 1
Q3.
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1 3
7 
2 4
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Equations & Inequalities
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Solving Inequalities
Learning Intention
1. To show how we can solve
inequalities using the same
rules we use for equations.
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Success Criteria
1. Understand the term
inequality.
2. Solve inequalities using
the same method as
equations.
Created by Mr. Lafferty Maths Dept.
Equations & Inequalities
Solving Inequalities
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The Good News
Inequalities are similar to equations except
we replace the “=“ with one of the following symbols :
" < " " > " "  " or
Less than
Greater than
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Less than
or
equal to
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""
Greater than
or
equal to
Equations
&
Inequalities
Balancing Method
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both sides
Solving Inequalities
Even Better News !
Solving inequalities is almost identical to solving equations :
2x 1  7
2x  7 1
2x  8
x4
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Tidy up
Divide by 2
both sides
x is any value less than 4
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Equations & Inequalities
Multiply out
brackets
Solving Inequalities
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Solving inequalities is almost identical to solving equations :
both side
Divide both
sides by 3
2(2 x  3)  x  9
4x  6  x  9
Subtract x
from each side.
4 x  x  15
x  15  3
3 x  15
x  5 x is any value greater than or equal to 5
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Inequalities
Solving Inequalities
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The only one to watch out
for is when you are dividing by a negative
Example 1
8 – 3m < 2
-3m < -6
Subtract 8 from each side
m > -6 Divide across by -3 and change the Sign
-3
So m > 2
Inequalities
Solving Inequalities
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Example 2
5( x – 1 ) - 8x
≥ - 17
5x – 5 – 8x ≥ - 17
- 3x - 5 ≥ - 17
- 3x ≥ - 12
x
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≤
-12
-3
So x ≤ 4
Inequalities
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Now try 6.1 & 6.2
Ch5 MIA (page 110)
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