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# Module 2 lesson 23

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• 1. Module 2 Lesson 23.notebook December 18, 2013 Module 2, Lesson 23 AIM: Solving Equations Using Algebra HW: • Lesson 23 Problem Set #1, 3, 4, 6, 7 Do Now: Exit Ticket For Lesson 22 1
• 2. Module 2 Lesson 23.notebook December 18, 2013 Susan and Bonnie are shopping for school clothes. Susan has \$50 and a coupon for a \$10 discount at a clothing store where each shirt costs \$12. Susan thinks that she can buy 3 shirts, but Bonnie says that Susan can buy 5 shirts. The equations they used to model the problem are listed below. Solve each equation algebraically, justify your steps, and determine who is correct and why. 2
• 3. Module 2 Lesson 23.notebook December 18, 2013 Homework Answers 3
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• 16. Module 2 Lesson 23.notebook December 18, 2013 Closing: How do we translate a word problem into an equation? For instance, in Exercise 1 about the youth group trip, what key words and statements helped you determine the operations and values used in the equation? 2.) How do we make sense of a word problem and model it with an equation? 16