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# CHAPTER 3 REVIEW

## 3.1 Algebraic ● Identify like terms, 2n − n − 4 + 7n

Expressions coefficients, and
constants
● Combine like terms t + 8 + 3t
based on similar
variable, exponent,
or combining
constants 4(b − 6) + 19
● Simplify expressions
by combining like
terms and using the
distributive property,
as well as
simplifying fractions
[as usually]

## 3.2 and Adding and ● Add or subtract (n + 8) + (n − 12)

3.2 Subtracting linear expressions (−2g + 7) − (g + 11)
extension Linear (or to simplify)
Expressions ● Convert algebra tiles SEE PAGE 90 (6-7)
to [linear]
expressions
● Decide whether the YES: (2n − 9) − 5(−2.4n + 4)
expression needs NO: (7 − b) + (3b + 2)
parentheses or not
EXTENSION
● Factor out the GCF 9 + 21
of a simplified
expression
● Factor out the 4h – 3
coefficient of the
variable of a
simplified expression

## 3.3 Solving ● Solve expressions a − 6 = 13

Equations Using with variable(s) and
Subtraction doing the inverse
operation

## 3.4 Solving ● Solve expressions 3h = 15

Equations Using with variable(s) and
Multiplication or a given answer by
Division doing the inverse
operation

## 3.5 Solving Two- ● Solve by simplifying, −5c + 9 = −16

Step Equations then doing PEMDAS
backward [and
following the rules
from 3.3 and 3.4]