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# Variable Expressions

WALT

## Evaluate Variable Expressions (solve

questions with variables)
Minds On

Can x be any number at all for the following expression to be true? Explain.

2x 6 = 18
Minds On

## Looking at the following expressions, who has the most

YouTube subscribers? How can you prove it?

## Someguy93: 7500 + n + 6300

KSwag4257: 12 + 900 + n
Strategy: Isolate the Variable

## Using the Inverse Operation

When presented with an expression
where we have a variable, and we
dont know what it represents, we
need to use the Inverse Operation to
find out what that variable is
Inverse Operation means
Operations: Opposite Operation

## Addition (+) So when we need to use

Subtraction (-) the Inverse Operation, we
are using the
Multiplication (x)
to what is
Division () seen
Opposite operations

## If you see addition you must use subtraction

If you see subtraction you must use addition
If you see multiplication you must use division
If you see division you must use multiplication
Example

Example

## Step 1: Write out the expression.

y + 57.5 = 109.5 Step 2: Look for the operation used.
Example

## Step 1: Write out the expression.

y + 57.5 = 109.5 Step 2: Look for the operation used.
y + 57.5 57.5 = 109.5 57.5 Step 3: Use the inverse operation on
both sides of the equation.
Example

## Step 1: Write out the expression.

y + 57.5 = 109.5 Step 2: Look for the operation used.

## y + 57.5 57.5 = 109.5 57.5 Step 3: Use the inverse operation on

both sides of the equation.
y = 52 Step 4: Write out your finished
expression.
Example

## Step 1: Write out the expression.

Step 2: Look for the operation used.
y + 57.5 = 109.5
Step 3: Use the inverse operation on
y + 57.5 57.5 = 109.5 57.5 both sides of the equation.
Step 4: Write out your finished
y = 52 expression.
52 + 57.5 = 109.5 Step 5: Check your equation by
variable.
Example 2

Example 2

## Step 1: Write out the expression.

6x = 87 Step 2: Look for the operation used.
Example 2

## Step 1: Write out the expression.

6x = 87 Step 2: Look for the operation used.

## 6 6 x = 87 6 Step 3: Use the inverse operation on

both sides of the equation.
Example 2

## Step 1: Write out the expression.

6x = 87 Step 2: Look for the operation used.

## 6 6 x = 87 6 Step 3: Use the inverse operation on

both sides of the equation.
x = 14.5 Step 4: Write out your finished
expression.
Example 2

## Step 1: Write out the expression.

Step 2: Look for the operation used.
6x = 87
Step 3: Use the inverse operation on
6 6 x = 87 6 both sides of the equation.
Step 4: Write out your finished
x = 14.5 expression.
6 x 14.5 = 87 Step 5: Check your equation by
variable.
Example 3

## Step 1: Write out the expression.

31 = 7x + 3
Step 2: Look for the operation used.
Example 3

## Step 1: Write out the expression.

31 = 7x + 3 Step 2: Look for the operation used.
31 3 = 7x + 3 3 Step 3: Use the inverse operation on
both sides of the equation.
Example 3

31 = 7x + 3
Step 1: Write out the expression.
31 3 = 7x + 3 3 Step 2: Look for the operation used.
28 = 7x Step 3: Use the inverse operation on
both sides of the equation.
28 7 = 7 7 x
Example 3

## 31 = 7x + 3 Step 1: Write out the expression.

31 3 = 7x + 3 3 Step 2: Look for the operation used.

## 28 = 7x Step 3: Use the inverse operation on

both sides of the equation.
28 7 = 7 7 x Step 4: Write out your finished
expression.
4 = x
Example 3

## 31 = 7x + 3 Step 1: Write out the expression.

Step 2: Look for the operation used.
31 3 = 7x + 3 3
Step 3: Use the inverse operation on
28 = 7x both sides of the equation.
Step 4: Write out your finished
28 7 = 7 7 x expression.
4 = x Step 5: Check your equation by
31 = 7(4) + 3 variable.
Function Tables
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Learning Goal

## WALT: Complete Function Tables

when given a variable expression
Minds On

## The algebraic expression below represents a real-life situation.

Describe a situation where this expression would apply

5n
Completing Function Tables

x y
y = 2x
1 In this relationship, x is the input,
and y is the output. Plug values
2 of x from the table into the
function to find the missing
3 values of y.

4
Completing Function Tables

x y
y = 2x
1 2 In this relationship, x is the input,
and y is the output. Plug values
2 4 of x from the table into the
function to find the missing
3 6 values of y.

4 8
Completing Function Tables

x y
y=x+8
1 In this relationship, x is the input,
and y is the output. Plug values
2 of x from the table into the
function to find the missing
3 values of y.

4
Completing Function Tables

x y
y=x+8
1 9 In this relationship, x is the input,
and y is the output. Plug values
2 10 of x from the table into the
function to find the missing
3 11 values of y.

4 12
Completing Function Tables

x y
y=x-4
1 In this relationship, x is the input,
and y is the output. Plug values
2 of x from the table into the
function to find the missing
3 values of y.

4
Completing Function Tables

x y
y=x-4
1 -3 In this relationship, x is the input,
and y is the output. Plug values
2 -2 of x from the table into the
function to find the missing
3 -1 values of y.

4 0
Completing Function Tables

x y
y = 7x
1 In this relationship, x is the input,
and y is the output. Plug values
2 of x from the table into the
function to find the missing
3 values of y.

4
Completing Function Tables

x y
y = 7x
1 7 In this relationship, x is the input,
and y is the output. Plug values
2 14 of x from the table into the
function to find the missing
3 21 values of y.

4 28
Completing Function Tables

x y
y = 4x + 3
1 In this relationship, x is the input,
and y is the output. Plug values
2 of x from the table into the
function to find the missing
3 values of y.

4
Completing Function Tables

x y
y = 4x + 3
1 7 In this relationship, x is the input,
and y is the output. Plug values
2 11 of x from the table into the
function to find the missing
3 15 values of y.

4 19
Completing Function Tables

x y
y = 10x - 6
1 In this relationship, x is the input,
and y is the output. Plug values
2 of x from the table into the
function to find the missing
3 values of y.

4
Completing Function Tables

x y
y = 10x - 6
1 4 In this relationship, x is the input,
and y is the output. Plug values
2 14 of x from the table into the
function to find the missing
3 24 values of y.

4 34
Plotting Ordered Pairs from a
Function Table
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Pattern Rules for Linear
Equations
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x y
1 0
2 1
3 2
4 3
x y
1 0
2 1
3 2
4 3
Pattern Rule:
y=x-1
x y
1 3
2 4
3 5
4 6
x y
1 3
2 4
3 5
4 6
Pattern Rule:
y=x+2
x y
3 20
4 21
5 22
6 23
x y
3 20
4 21
5 22
6 23
Pattern Rule:
y = x + 17
x y
3 -1
4 0
5 1
6 2
x y
3 -1
4 0
5 1
6 2
Pattern Rule:
y=x-4
x y
1 3
2 6
3 9
4 12
x y
1 3
2 6
3 9
4 12
Pattern Rule:
y = 3x
x y
5 10
6 12
7 14
8 16
x y
5 10
6 12
7 14
8 16
Pattern Rule:
y = 2x
x y
67 268
68 272
69 276
70 280
Want to see a trick?
x y
67 268
68 272
69 276
70 280
Pattern Rule:
y = 4x
x y
5 35
6 42
7 49
8 56
x y
5 35
6 42
7 49
8 56
Pattern Rule:
y = 7x
x y
3 18
5 30
7 42
9 54
x y
3 18
5 30
7 42
9 54
Pattern Rule:
y = 6x
x y
1 3
2 5
3 7
4 9
x y
1 3
2 5
3 7
4 9
Pattern Rule:
y = 2x + 1
x y
2 8
3 10
4 12
5 14
x y
2 8
3 10
4 12
5 14
Pattern Rule:
y = 2x + 4
x y
1 7
2 11
3 15
4 19
x y
1 7
2 11
3 15
4 19
Pattern Rule:
y = 4x + 3
x y
1 2
2 5
3 8
4 3
x y
1 2
2 5
3 8
4 3
Pattern Rule:
y = 3x - 1
x y
1 0
5 8
7 12
10 18
x y
1 0
5 8
7 12
10 18
Pattern Rule:
y = 2x - 2
x y
6 42
5 33
9 69
4 24
Pattern Rule:
y = 9x - 12