How Do You Solve a Two-Step Equation by Multiplying by a Reciprocal?

Love those fractions?!? This lesson involves using the multiplication property of equality to eliminate the fraction in the given equation. In this equation, (2/3)( x-4)=4, the reciprocal of the fraction is used to eliminate it. The teacher then shows how to isolate the variable to solve the equation. Don't forget to check the answer.

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6th - 9th
Algebra I
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