Look at part 1. Is 3 a solution to this equation? How do you know?
No, because when 3 is substituted for
What could be the first step to solve this equation?
Answers vary; encourage students to notice that like terms must be moved to the same side of the equation.
How would you move the
Subtract
What does the equation look like after you subtract
Now look at Part 2. What two quantities are being compared?
Pages and time (in hours).
What is the unit rate? How do you know?
82 pages per hour; Emily can read 82 pages each hour.
Write an equation to represent the number of pages,
How many pages could Emily read in 4 hours? How do you know?
328, because
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