# Monthly Archives: September 2011

## One Step Equations

Image Source: http://www.ibspro.net One step equations require one “opposite” operation to be performed on them, which then allows us to obtain the value of their unknown variable. The different types of one step equations and their opposites are shown below. … Continue reading

## Subtraction Equations

Image Source: http://upload.wikimedia.org In the image above, we have photographically reversed the picture of the basketballs. We did this to emphasize that working with equations involves making things the opposite to what they are currently. For equations which have a … Continue reading

Image made at Passy World using Clker.com Clipart Algebra Equations are used for working out unknown amounts in many real world situations. For example we might need to know how much deposit do we need to put on a new … Continue reading

## Translate Word Equations

Image Source: http://www.martincwiner.com Translating word problems into Algebra requires us to know how various words translate into mathematical symbols such as + – X and / . If the word problems only have numbers, then it is easy to translate … Continue reading

## Microsoft Mathematics

Microsoft Mathematics 4.0 is a free download that provides a set of mathematical tools to help students get mathematics work done quickly and easily. Students can learn to solve equations and draw graphs, while gaining a better understanding of fundamental … Continue reading