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Explaining concept -x=2 is equal to x=-2

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Description:  Suggestions for helping students understand that if -x=2, then x=-2.
Level:  Middle School (6-8)
Math topic:  Basic Algebra
Ed. topic:  Specific Math Concepts/Techniques

Original Question/Response
24 Sep 08   Explaining concept -x=2 is equal to x=-2 by Sam
25 Oct 08   Re: Explaining concept -x=2 is equal to x=-2 by Gail

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04 Sep 09   -x=2 is same as x=-2 by Robert
05 Sep 09   -x=2 is equal to x=-2 by Robert
06 Sep 09   Reference by Robert
06 Sep 09   -x=2 is equal to x=-2 by Robert
29 Jan 10        Re: -x=2 is equal to x=-2 by kiran talla
16 Sep 09   math by jessica
21 Sep 09        Re: math by Robert
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21 Sep 09        Re: math by Robert
16 Dec 09   Math help by Ron Clark

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