# How Are Equations Used To Solve Real-World Problems The first system of equations I will introduce is one that will require the substitution method to solve. " Another example of a system of equations solvable by substitution is; In this system, the coefficient of x is the same in both equations.  Solution A system of linear equations can be used to solve this problem.

In order for students to be engaged and interested in learning, they need to see the real-world practicality behind the math concept being learned.

Without a lot of practice, System of Equations can be difficult for students to compute correctly and efficiently.

I will also provide practical examples of problems involving wind and water currents, chemistry problems involving mixtures and solutions, more interest problems involving the time value of money, and other practical examples that involve systems of equations.

I will spend two days on each of the three methods.

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