# Solve a Literal Equation for a Variable (Example 2)

Literal equations are just like regular equations, but with more variables. By watching a video, pupils learn to solve literal equations. Two of the examples involve formulas associated with interest, while the other two examples are non-contextual.

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##### Instructional Ideas

- Use the video in a review session

##### Classroom Considerations

- Scholars should have knowledge of literal equations
- Learners must understand that parentheses indicate multiplication

##### Pros

- Explains all steps of work
- Well-paced video is informative and engaging

##### Cons

- None

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