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# Vocabulary_Unit 3

### This study stack is about our vocabulary sheet of unit three.

Multi-step eqautions eqautions with more than one operation
solve an equation isolate the varible haveing a coefficient of 1 on one side of the equation
equivalent equation eqautions that have the same solutions
Division Property of Equality dividing each side of an eqaution by the same nonzero number produces equvilent equations
Multiplication Property of Equality multiyplying each side of an eqaution by the same nonzero number produces equvilent equations
Subtraction Property of Equality subtracting the same number to each side of an equation produces an equivelent equation
Addition Property of Equality Adding the same number to each side of an equation produces an equivelent equation
inverse operation two operations that undo each other
identity an eqaution that is true for all values of the varible
inequality a mathematical sentence formed by placing one of the symable < or > between two expressions
Addition Propety for Inequality For all numbers a, b, and c, the following are true: 1) if a>b, then a+c > b+c 2) a
Subtraction Propety for Inequality For all numbers a, b, and c, the following are true: 1) if a>b, theb a-c > b-c 2)a
Set-bulider notation a notation used to describe the members of a set, { }
Division Propety for Inequality For all numbers a, b, and c, the following are true: 1) if c is positive and a>b, then a/c > b/c 2)a
Multipilcation Propety for Inequality For all numbers a, b, and c, the following are true: 1) if c is positive and a>b, then a/c > bc 2)a
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