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From: Teh Oh Kian <mr_teh@hotmail.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2000071010:13:00
Subject: Algebraic Equations.

I would suggest that to make teaching Algebraic Equations more meaning
and interesting classrooms, one can introduce problems as follows:
Solve for x:
1. x + 1/2 = 3.
2. (x+2)/3 = 5.
3. x/2 + 3 = 4 1/2.
4. x/3 + 2/5 = 3 1/4.
5. (x+2)/3 = x + 2/3.
and many other types of linear algebraic equations in one unknown.
Cheers,
Teh	

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