This video explains how to perform substitution to determine if a given value is a solution to a basic linear equation in one variable.

# Is a Given Value a Solution to a Basic Linear Equation (One Var)

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# Is a Given Value a Solution to a Basic Linear Equation (One Var)

# Determine if Equations Are Linear or Exponential and Increasing or Decreasing

# Write an Exponential Equation to Model an Account Balance Over Years

# Write an Exponential Equation to Model Wage Percent Increase over Years

# Write an Exponential Equation that Models a Decreasing Population (Fox)

# Determine the Initial Value and Percent Rate of Change from an Exponential Equation

# Determine if Two Linear Functions Are Inverses (2)

This video explains how to perform substitution to determine if a given value is a solution to a basic linear equation in one variable.

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