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# Multi-Step Equations with Like Terms

## Add and subtract like terms as a step to solve equations.

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## Multi-Step Equations with Like Terms

by Nick Matti //basic
Learn how to solve multi-step equations by combining like terms.
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## Solve Equations Involving Combining Like Terms

by Susan Sudberry //basic
Solve equations by combining like terms
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## Solve Equations with the Distributive Property (A-1)

by LISD Secondary Math //basic
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## Putting It All Together to Solve Multi-Step Equations

by Laurie Benaloh //basic
Learn how to solve multi-step problems, including using the Distributive Property.
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## Solve Equations with the Distributive Property... LIKE A CAT!

by Mason Yates //basic
Use the distributive property to solve equations
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## Solving Multi-Step Equations: Distributive Property

by SFDR Algebra I //basic
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## Solve Equations Involving Combining Like Terms

by Tiffany Kwok //basic
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## Solve Equations with the Distributive Property

by Tiffany Kwok //basic