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In this module you can study how to solve equations that take more than two steps to solve.

The video above is the first of a two-part series explaining how to work with multi-step equations.

The video above is the second of a two-part series explaining how to work with multi-step equations.

For those of you who like Khan Academy videos, here's Sal Khan with his explanation of multi-step equations.

If you subtract a value from one side of an equation, you must also subtract it (not add it!) from the other side of the equation.

As long as you do exactly the same thing to both sides of an equation, the equation will stay in balance.

- Study solving equations with the variable on both sidesThis page from onlinemathlearning.com has a good explanation about how to solve equations of this sort and also has a video to help your understanding.
- Study solving linear equations with bracketsThis online tutorial from cimt.plymouth.ac.uk can show you how to solve a linear equation with brackets. The tutorial offers step-by-step examples and has many exercises you can solve online.
- Download a worksheet of multi-step equationsThis worksheet from Kuta software gives you 26 multi-step equations to solve.
- Download a worksheet of multi-step equations for more practiceThis worksheet from Kuta software provides you with 20 mixed linear equations to solve.
- Quiz yourself on solving equations with variables on both sidesSee if you understand how to solve equations with variables on both side of the equal sign with this quiz on onlinemathlearning.com.
- Quiz yourself on equations with bracketsTry solving some equations with brackets using the distributive property at onlinemathlearning.com.

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*equations with variables on both sides*