Linear Equations in Disguise – Practice Problems

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A linear equation in one variable is an equation containing a single variable of degree one. To check if an equation in one variable is linear, simplify the equation, isolate the variable, and check if the variable is raised to the first power. Learn how to determine if a given equation is linear by helping Clarissa, a comics collector, figure out whether the equations written on the covers of two special editions of Mizz Calculate comics which are on display are linear equations or not. Common Core Reference: CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.8.EE.C.7

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Exercises in this Practice Problem
Identify the steps for solving the linear equation in disguise.
Solve the linear equations in disguise.
Distinguish the linear equations from non-linear equations.
Identify the linear equation which represents the given scenario.
Review the steps for solving linear equations in disguise.
Determine which equations are linear.