# Two-Step Equations and Properties of Equality

Two-step equations are fundamental to understanding algebraic problem-solving. They form the basis of solving equations involving two operations. By applying the properties of equality, these equations can be manipulated to isolate the variable. The properties of equality, such as the addition property and the multiplication property, allow for systematic transformations while maintaining the equality of the equation. Mastering two-step equations and the properties of equality lays a solid foundation for tackling more complex algebraic concepts, making them essential skills in mathematics education.

Questions

- How do you solve the equation #2x+13=31#?
- How do you solve the equation #4p-2=-6#?
- How do you solve #4 2/3b+ 4/5= 2 1/7b-1/5b-1/3 #?
- How do you solve the inequality #-3k-2< -17#?
- How do you solve #6=7x+x#?
- How do you solve #3z+14=104#?
- How do you solve #x/4 -3=2#?
- How do you solve #4x+ 8=-4#?
- How do you solve #3(x-5)=6#?
- How do you solve #-5x-9x=112#?
- How do you solve #x/6 + 4 = 15#?
- How do you solve the equation #(b+4)/-2=-17#?
- How do you solve #1/4y + 3/4 = 2#?
- How do you solve 2x + 7 = 8?
- Which expression must be added to #3x-7# to equal 0?
- How do you solve #S= n/s (A+t)# for A?
- How do you solve #3/7n=6#?
- How do you solve #5x-4=21#?
- How do you solve #7.8x - 1 = 63#?
- How do you solve the equation # 5 + c/9 = -31#?