READ THIS SLIDE FIRST(This is a hidden slide and will not appear in the slide show)<br />This presentation requires Micros...
Writing Algebraic Equations<br />Equations are like scales. Both sides of the equation must be equal.<br />We represent th...
What is ×?<br />4<br />×<br />3<br />5<br />
How would you represent the items on this scale as an equation?<br />4 = × + 5<br />× = 9<br />×<br />5+ 4 = ×<br />5 = × ...
Can × be 4?<br />×<br />
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Mouse mischief algebra

  1. 1. READ THIS SLIDE FIRST(This is a hidden slide and will not appear in the slide show)<br />This presentation requires Microsoft Mouse Mischief. <br />Mouse Mischief lets students use computer mice to answer questions and participate in activities teachers create in PowerPoint presentations.<br />To learn more, visit www.microsoft.com/mousemischief<br />Get Microsoft Mouse Mischief<br />1<br />Download and Install <br />Download and install the Mouse Mischief add-in. Copy and pastewww.microsoft.com/mousemischiefinto your browser window to visit the site.<br />2<br />Restart PowerPoint<br />After installation is complete, restart PowerPoint. <br />3<br />Create<br />Use the Mouse Mischief features on the Multiple-Mouse tab.<br />4<br />Play Slide Show<br />To play a multiple-mouse slide show (such as this file), click the Play Slide Show button. <br />The Microsoft® Mouse Mischief™ add-in works with Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2010 or Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2007.<br />
  2. 2. Writing Algebraic Equations<br />Equations are like scales. Both sides of the equation must be equal.<br />We represent this as:<br />×= 7<br />×<br />We can represent this as:<br /> 2 + × = 5<br />×<br />Here × = 3.<br />
  3. 3. What is ×?<br />4<br />×<br />3<br />5<br />
  4. 4. How would you represent the items on this scale as an equation?<br />4 = × + 5<br />× = 9<br />×<br />5+ 4 = ×<br />5 = × + 4<br />
  5. 5. Can × be 4?<br />×<br />
  6. 6. Draw each equation on the scale. Keep the × in red. <br />× + 2 = 8<br />4 = 1 + ×<br />3 + 2 = ×<br />× + 4 = 9<br />6 + × = 13<br />3 + × = 8<br />
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