Problems with Simultaneous Equations

Problems with Simultaneous Equations
Problems with Simultaneous Equations
Problems with Simultaneous Equations
Problems with Simultaneous Equations
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              Problems with Simultaneous Equations

              Students learn how to set up and solve a pair of simultaneous equations.

              Later, as learning progresses they use simultaneous equations to model real-life problems.

              Differentiated Learning Objectives
              • All students should be able to solve a pair of simultaneous equations with different coefficients using the elimination method
              • Most students should be able to derive and solve a pair of simultaneous equations by equating two unknowns.
              • Some students should be able to equate two unknowns from a diagram and solve using the method of elimination.
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