Understand variables and evaluate single variable expressions with given values.
Evaluate single variable expressions by substituting a given value for the variable
Joey puts a card on his bike wheel so when the wheel rotates, he can hear it hit against the frame of his bike. Joey counts the sounds from the card and finds that for every block, his wheel rotates 21 times. Drag the arrow from one house to another to show the path of Joey's bike. In the expression shown, b is the number of blocks.
Practice Single Variable Expressions questions
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