# 3.3: Solve Equations Involving Inverse Properties of Subtraction and Multiplication

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Algebraic Equation |
An algebraic equation contains numbers, variables, operations, and an equals sign. |

Equation |
An equation is a mathematical sentence that describes two equal quantities. Equations contain equals signs. |

One-Step Equation |
A one-step equation is an algebraic equation with one operation in it that requires one step to solve. |

Two-Step Equation |
A two-step equation is an algebraic equation with two operations in it that requires two steps to solve. |

Variable |
A variable is a symbol used to represent an unknown or changing quantity. The most common variables are a, b, x, y, m, and n. |

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Solve one and two-step equations by using the inverse properties of subtraction and multiplication

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