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10 CHAPTER

3x 5 17 2(a 3) 18

5(3y 1) 13y 4

16 x 1 x

4

An equation must always have an sign because one side of an equation is always equal to the

other side.

The expression before the equals sign is called the left-hand side (LHS) of the equation.

The expression after the equals sign is called the right-hand side (RHS) of the equation.

3x 5 17

The equation 3x 5 17 can also be written as 17 3x 5

The solution of an equation is the value of the letter (the ‘unknown’) that makes the equation true.

Some equations can be solved mentally. To solve more complicated equations the balance method

is used.

To keep the balance, whatever you do to the left-hand side you must also do to the right-hand side

of the equation.

Using the equation 3x 5 17 as an example.

Balance Explanation Step

Start

The scales balance because 3x 5 17

both sides are equal.

3x 5 17

LHS RHS

3x 5 5 17 5

subtract 5 from both sides

3x 5 5 17 5

LHS RHS

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CHAPTER 10 Linear equations

show that 3x 12

3x 12

LHS RHS

3x 3 12 3

divide both sides by 3

3x 3 12 3

LHS RHS

Solution x 4

x 4

LHS RHS

To check this, substitute x 4 into the equation. 3 4 5 17

12 5 17

Example 1

Use the balance method to solve the equation 4x 3 31

Solution 1

4x 3 31

4x 3 3 31 3 Subtract 3 from both sides.

4x 28

Check: substitute x 7,

4x 4 28 4 Divide both sides by 4 4 7 3 31

x7 28 3 31

Example 2

Use the balance method to solve the equation 27 6p 9

Solution 2

27 6p 9

36 6p

Check: substitute p 6,

36 6 6p 6 Divide both sides by 6

27 6 6 9

6 p or p 6 6 p is usually written as p 6 27 36 9

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10.1 The balance method for solving equations CHAPTER 10

Example 3

Solve the equation 6 7x 11

Solution 3

6 7x 11

6 7x 7x 11 7x Add 7x to both sides so that the sign of the term in x is positive.

6 11 7x

6 11 11 7x 11 Subtract 11 from both sides.

5 7x

5 7x

Divide both sides by 7 then cancel.

7 7

5

x

7

5

x

7

To solve equations which include brackets, one method is to expand the brackets and then use the

balance method.

Example 4

Solve the equation 5(a 3) 18

Solution 4

5(a 3) 18

5a 15 18 Expand the brackets.

5a 3

5a 3

Divide both sides by 5 then cancel.

5 5

3

a This solution can also be given as the exact decimal 0.6

5

To solve equations which have letters on both sides, the first step is to rearrange the terms so that the

letter appears only on one side of the equation. It is helpful if the sign of the letter term is positive.

Example 5

Solve the equation 4 d 5d 1

Solution 5

Add d to both sides so that when like terms are collected, d only appears

4 d 5d 1 on one side of the equation and the sign of the term in d is positive.

4 d d 5d 1 d

4 6d 1

3 6d Subtract 1 from both sides.

3 6d

Divide both sides by 6 then cancel.

6 6

1 3

d Simplify

6

2

1

d

2

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CHAPTER 10 Linear equations

Example 6

Solve the equation 5(3y 2) 13y 4

Solution 6

5(3y 2) 13y 4

2y 6

Exercise 10A

Solve these equations.

1 2d 1 19 2 3e 4 23

3 7g 4 4 4 15 2r 36

5 13 5 4a 6 3(b 2) 15

7 4(c 3) 30 8 4(e 3) 20

9 5(g 6) 2 10 2(2h 1) 22

11 2(3k 1) 26 12 3(4m 3) 27

13 2(n 3) 11 14 4( p 3) 18

15 2(2q 3) 16 16 3(r 2) 0

19 12 2(4w 1) 20 20 11 4(x 1)

21 6x 2x 1 22 5y 2y 9

23 3p p 6 24 2x 8 2x

25 y 8 y 26 4 2x 3x

27 3x 1 2x 4 28 2a 4 a 7

29 8x 4 3x 8 30 4(x 1) x 10

31 5(c 3) 3c 1 32 6(x 1) 2x 8

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10.2 Setting up equations CHAPTER 10

Equations can be used to solve problems.

Example 7

Kevin thinks of a number.

He doubles the number then adds 7

His answer is 19

Work out the number that Kevin thinks of.

Solution 7

Let n be the number Kevin thinks of.

2n 7 Add 7

2n 12 Solve the equation by subtracting 7 from both sides and dividing both sides by 2

n 6

The number Kevin thinks of is 6

Example 8

All the angles are measured in degrees. x

a Write down an expression, in terms of x, for the sum

of the angles of this triangle.

b By setting up an equation, work out 2x

i the value of x 2x 90

ii the size of the largest angle of this triangle.

Solution 8

a Sum of the angles x 2x 90 2x Add the three angles and collect like terms.

5x 90

b i 5x 90 180 The sum of the angles of a triangle 180°.

Size of largest angle 126°

Example 9

Georgina is x years old.

Jessica is 4 years younger than Georgina.

a Write down, in terms of x, an expression for Jessica’s age.

Angela is 3 times as old as Jessica.

b Work out the ages of Georgina and Jessica if Angela is 27 years old.

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CHAPTER 10 Linear equations

Solution 9

a Jessica’s age is x 4

Jessica’s age is x 4 13 4 9 since she is 4 years younger than Georgina.

Example 10

The diagram shows a square and a rectangle. 3x 2x 5

The lengths of the edges are given in centimetres.

The perimeter of the square is equal to the perimeter 3x x1

of the rectangle.

a Write down an equation, in terms of x, using this

information.

b By solving your equation, work out the area of the square.

Solution 10

a Perimeter of the square 4 3x 12x

Perimeter of the rectangle

2 (2x 5) 2 (x 1)

4x 10 2x 2

6x 12

12x 6x 12 The perimeters are equal.

The area of the square 6 cm 6 cm 36 cm2.

Exercise 10B

1 Cath thinks of a number. She multiplies the number by 4 then subtracts 5. Her answer is 27

Work out the number that Cath is thinking of.

2 Bill pays 96 pence for a pen and a pencil. The pen costs five times as much as the pencil.

The pencil costs x pence.

a Write down an expression, in terms of x, for the cost of the pen.

b By setting up an equation, work out i the value of x ii the cost of the pen.

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10.2 Setting up equations CHAPTER 10

3 a Write down an expression, in terms of x, for the sum of the angles x 30°

of this quadrilateral. Simplify your answer. 2x 10°

b By setting up an equation, work out

i the value of x

ii the size of the largest angle of this quadrilateral. x 80°

Viv buys 3 of these cartons of eggs.

One carton has 4 broken eggs in it.

Viv now has just 23 good eggs.

How many eggs does each carton contain?

The perimeter of the triangle is 38 cm.

Find the length of the smallest side of this triangle.

Mansoor’s father is three times as old as Mansoor.

a Write down an expression, in terms of p, for the age of Mansoor’s father.

In 5 years time Mansoor’s father will be 47 years of age.

b Write down an equation in p to show this information.

c Solve your equation to find Mansoor’s present age.

a Write an expression, in terms of b, for the total number of balls in the bag.

b The total number of balls in the bag is 45

i By forming an equation find the value of b.

ii How many blue balls are in the bag?

iii How many more red balls are there than blue balls in the bag?

8 A bag contains red sweets, yellow sweets and green sweets only.

There are 2t red sweets, 4t 5 yellow sweets and 14 3t green sweets.

There are a total of 21 sweets in the bag.

a By setting up an equation, work out the number of red sweets in the bag.

b Work out the number of yellow sweets in the bag.

In the fourth week she works for an extra 10 hours.

She works a total of 150 hours during these 4 weeks.

By setting up an equation, work out

a the value of x

b the number of hours that Samantha works in the fourth week.

The fifth angle is (x 100)°.

a Write down an equation, in terms of x, using this information.

Give your answer in its simplest form.

b By solving your equation in part a, work out the value of x.

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CHAPTER 10 Linear equations

11 The width of a rectangle is x cm. The length of the rectangle is 6 cm longer than its width.

a Write down an expression, in terms of x, for the length of the rectangle.

The perimeter of the rectangle is 40 cm.

b By setting up an equation, work out

i the value of x ii the length of the rectangle.

The lengths of the edges are given in centimetres.

The area of the shape is 44 cm2.

a Write down an equation, in terms of x, using this information. x3 x1

b By solving your answer to part a work out 2

i the value of x ii the perimeter of the shape.

The lengths of the edges are given in centimetres.

The perimeter of the equilateral triangle is equal to the 5k 1 5k 1 4k

perimeter of the square.

a Write down an equation, in terms of k, using this 5k 1

information.

b By solving your equation work out the area of the square.

Brian’s share is £4w

Clare’s share is £(2w 1)

Daniel’s share is £(8w 8)

Daniel’s share is the same as the sum of Brian’s share and Clare’s share.

a Write down an equation, in terms of w, using this information.

b Work out, in £, the total sum of money shared by Brian, Clare and Daniel.

Work out the value of x.

5 5

30 4x

1 x3 y

In algebra, the expressions (x 3) 4 and y are usually written as and

2 4 2

Example 11

4

Solve the equation 8

p

Solution 11

4 4

8 so p 8 p Multiply both sides by p then cancel.

p p

4 8p

4 8p

Divide both sides by 8

8 8

1

p

2

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10.3 Solving equations with fractional terms CHAPTER 10

Example 12 Example 13

3(q 5) 16 x

Solve the equation 6 Solve the equation 1 x

2 4

Solution 12 Solution 13

3(q 5) 16 x

6 1 x

2 4

Multiply both sides

16 x

3(q 5)

2 6 2 Multiply

2

both sides by 2

then cancel.

4

4 4 (1 x) by 4, remember to

put brackets around

the 1 x.

16 x

3(q 5) 12

4 4 (1 x) Cancel the 4s on the LHS.

4

3q 15 12 Expand the brackets. 16 x 4 4x Expand the brackets.

3q 3 both sides. 4x x 4 16 and subtract 16 from

both sides.

q 1 Divide both sides by 3

3x 12 Simplify.

Example 14

2x 1 x 5 5

Solve the equation

2 3 4

Solution 14

2x 1 x 5 5

2 3 4

2x 1 x5 5

Multiply both sides by 12 since 12 is the lowest common

12 12 12 multiple (LCM) of 2, 3 and 4

2 3 4

6 2x 1 4 x5 3 5

12 12 12

2 3 4 Cancel.

6(2x 1) 4(x 5) 15

1

x Divide both sides by 8

8

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CHAPTER 10 Linear equations

Exercise 10C

1 Solve these equations.

x 1 12 x

a 4 b 2 c 2 d 2 5

3 x n 3

x x1 y2 p1

e 5 1 f 2 g 1 h 2

4 3 4 6

2q 1 1y 4p 9 x

i 5 j 1 k 1 l x 3

3 4 2 2

5y 3x 7x 9x

m y 6 n 4 x o 1 x p 3 x

2 5 3 5

3x a a 3y 6 5 2y

q 2 3x r 1 s 6

5 2 3 10 5

x 1 4x 1 5 3x 4 2x 1 8 x

t u

2 3 12 2 5 3

2 Saika thinks of a number. She halves the number then adds 9 Her answer is twice the number

she is thinking of.

a If n is the number that Saika is thinking of, write down an equation in terms of n.

b Solve the equation to find n.

Find the number.

Angle ABC 23 ( p 20)° and angle ACB (100 p)°.

a Write down an equation in terms of p.

b Find the value of p.

c Find the size of angle BAC.

5 Terry cycles for 14 hour at an average speed of x kilometres per hour.

He then cycles for 13 hour at an average speed of (x 10) kilometres per hour.

He cycles a total distance of 15 kilometres. Work out the value of x.

The diagram shows red and green cylinders.

The height of each red cylinder is y cm. x

The height of each green cylinder is x cm.

x

The total height of 3 green cylinders and 1 red

16 x

cylinder is 16 cm.

The total height of 1 red cylinder and 1 green cylinder 10

is 10 cm. y

This information can be written as

3x y 16

x y 10

It is possible to use algebra to find the value of x and the value of y which satisfy both of these

equations simultaneously (at the same time). This process is called solving simultaneous equations.

150

10.4 Simultaneous linear equations CHAPTER 10

Example 15

Solve the simultaneous equations

3x y 16

x y 10

Solution 15

3x y 16 (1)

Label the equations as (1) and (2).

x y 10 (2)

Since y and y are exactly the same, y can be

(1) (2) eliminated by subtracting equation (2) from equation (1).

3x y 16 (1) 3x x 2x

x y 10 (2) y y 0

2x 0 6 16 10 6

This shows that the height of each green cylinder is 3 cm and the height of each red cylinder is 7 cm.

Example 16

Solve the simultaneous equations

3x 2y 7

5x 4y 8

Solution 16

3x 2y 7 (1) Label the equations as (1) and (2).

5x 4y 8 (2)

Neither the x terms nor the y terms are the same. To get the same number of ys

(1) 2 gives 6x 4y 14 in each equation multiply equation (1) by 2

5x 4y 8

Eliminate the y terms by adding the two equations.

6x 4y 14

6x 5x 11x

5x 4y 8 4y 4y 0

11x 0y 22 14 8 22

2y 1 so y 12

151

CHAPTER 10 Linear equations

Example 17

Solve the simultaneous equations

4y 3x 29

y 2x 11

Solution 17

4y 3x 29 (1)

Label the equations as (1) and (2).

y 2x 11 (2)

So y 5

x 3, y 5

Sometimes both equations have to be multiplied by numbers before one of the letters can be eliminated.

Example 18

Solve the simultaneous equations

2x 3 y 7

3x 4y 10

Solution 18

2x 3y 7 (1)

Label the equations as (1) and (2).

3x 4y 10 (2)

Neither the x terms nor the y terms are the same. To get the

(1) 3 gives 6x 9y 21 (3) x terms equal multiply equation (1) by 3 and equation (2) by 2.

(2) 2 gives 6x 8y 20 (4) Label the new equations as (3) and (4).

6x 9y 21 (3) 6x 6x 0

8y (9y) 8y 9y y

0x 9y 1

20 21 1

so y 1

When y 1, 2x 3 1 7 Substitute y 1 into equation (1).

2x 3 7

2x 4 so x 2

x 2, y 1

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10.5 Setting up simultaneous linear equations CHAPTER 10

Exercise 10D

Solve these simultaneous equations.

1 xy5 2 2x y 5 3 5x 2y 3 4 xy8

xy1 xy3 3x 2y 5 xy1

xy3 xyx1 xyx2 3x y 2 x

9 3x 5y 11 10 2x 7y 5 11 5x 3y 4 12 7x y 5

2x y 3 x 3y 3 xy4 6x 2y 10

13 3x 2y 8 14 3x 2y 7 15 2x 5y 16 16 2x 3y 1

5x 6y 16 4x 3y 2 5x 2y 11 3x 2y 8

17 4x 3y 3 18 6x 7y 9 19 5x 3y 7 20 5x 3y 14

6x 5y 7 8x 9y 12 3x 5y 6 7x 5y 20

Simultaneous equations can be used to solve problems.

Example 19

5 pencils and 3 crayons cost a total of £2.45

Work out the cost of a pencil and the cost of a crayon.

Solution 19

Let the cost of 1 pencil be a pence.

To avoid working with decimals, change the costs to pence.

Let the cost of 1 crayon be b pence.

Write 6 pencils and 2 crayons cost a total of 270 pence as equation (1).

6a 2b 270 (1)

Write 5 pencils and 3 crayons cost a total of 245 pence as equation (2).

5a 3b 245 (2) Solve the simultaneous equations.

(1) 3 gives 18a 6b 810 (3) Neither the a terms nor the b terms are the same. To get the b terms

(2) 2 gives 10a 6b 490 (4) equal multiply equation (1) by 3 and equation (2) by 2

10a 6b 490 (4) Eliminate the b terms by subtracting equation (4) from equation (3).

8a 0b 320

8a 320 so a 40

2b 30 so b 15

The cost of a crayon is 15p.

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CHAPTER 10 Linear equations

Exercise 10E

1 In my pocket there are x one-pence coins and y two-pence coins.

There are 8 coins altogether and their total value is 11 pence. Find x and y.

2 The sum of two numbers is 15 The difference of the two numbers is 8 Find the larger number.

3 The diagram shows a rectangle. 18 2b

All sides are measured in centimetres.

a Show that 5a 2b 18 3a 5b 17

b Write down another equation in terms of a and b.

c Solve the two equations simultaneously to find a and b. 5a

d Hence find the area of the rectangle.

4 Tony and June answered Number of Number of Total points

the same thirty questions correct answers wrong answers scored

in a maths quiz.

Tony 20 10 90

The table shows some

information. June 15 15 60

Each correct answer scored x points.

Each wrong answer scored y points.

a Use the information in the table for Tony to show that 2x y 9

b Use the information in the table for June to find another equation in x and y.

c Solve the two equations simultaneously to find x and y.

d James gave only 5 correct answers in the quiz. Find the total number of points he scored.

5 The lengths of the sides of an equilateral triangle are (3x 2) cm, (2y x) cm and (y 3) cm.

a Find x and y. b Find the perimeter of the triangle.

6 Each large filing cabinet contains 100 files and has 4 drawers.

Each small filing cabinet contains 80 files and has 3 drawers.

In an office, there are x large filing cabinets and y small filing

cabinets.

The total number of files in these filing cabinets is 1560 and the

total number of drawers is 61

Work out the number of large filing cabinets and the number of

small filing cabinets in this office.

Chapter summary

You should now be able to:

solve an equation to find the value of the unknown letter, for example x 2 is the solution

of the equation x 3 5

solve equations by the balance method in which whatever is done to the right-hand side of

the equation must also be done to the left-hand side of the equation

solve equations which have brackets by expanding the brackets, collecting any like terms and

then using the balance method

solve a problem by setting up an equation and solving it algebraically

set up and solve equations with fractional terms by multiplying both sides of the equation by

the lowest common multiple of the denominators

set up and solve simultaneous linear equations.

154

Chapter 10 review questions CHAPTER 10

x

1 a Solve 3y 2 17 b Solve 5

3

2 Solve

a 2x 9 4x 6 b 5(x 2) 20 c 21 3(2x 11)

(1387 November 2003)

(1387 November 2004)

6 Solve 5(x 2) 8 7x

His sister, Mary, is 4 years older than Fred.

a i Write down an expression, in terms of x, for Mary’s age.

Sarfraz is twice as old as Fred.

ii Write down an expression, in terms of x, for the total of Fred’s age, Mary’s age and

Sarfraz’s age.

The total of Fred’s age, Mary’s age and Sarfraz’s age is 64 years.

b Form an equation and solve it to find Fred’s age.

The mass, in grams, of each block is shown on the diagram.

Diagram NOT

accurately drawn

x x3 2x 5

A B C D

a Express this infomation as an equation in terms of x.

b Solve your equation and write down the masses of blocks A, B and C. (1385 November 2001)

9 ABCD is a quadrilateral. A

Work out the size of the largest angle in the quadrilateral. 100° D

2x°

47° x°

B C

(1387 June 2004)

3(x 3), 4x 1 and 2x 5 2x 5

3(x 3)

a Write down, in terms of x, an expression for the

perimeter of the triangle.

4x 1

The perimeter of the triangle is 49 cm.

b Work out the value of x. (1388 June 2004)

155

CHAPTER 10 Linear equations

x 3x

11 a Solve 6(2x 3) 2(4x 7) b Solve 2 7 c Solve x 3

4 5

5x

12 Solve 2x 1 (1388 March 2004)

3

40 x

13 a Solve 20y 16 18y 9 b Solve 4 x (1387 June 2004)

3

5x 1

14 Solve 7(x 2) (1388 January 2004)

2

7x 4

15 Solve 5(x 8) (1388 March 2005)

2

x

16 Solve 5 3(x 2) (1388 March 2003)

3

17 ABC is an isosceles triangle. A

AB AC

Angle A x° x° Diagram NOT

accurately drawn

a Find an expression, in terms of x, for the size of angle B.

b Solve the simultaneous equations

3p q 11

pq3 B C (1387 November 2004)

2x y 4

5x y 17 (1388 March 2003)

19 Solve x 2y 4

3x 4y 7 (1387 June 2005)

6x 2y 33

4x 3y 9 (1387 June 2004)

3x 4y 11

5x 6y 12 (1388 January 2003)

5p 4q 4

2p 3q 0.5

The total cost, P pounds, of making n compact discs is given by the formula

P a bn

where a and b are constants.

The cost of making 1000 compact discs is £58 000

The cost of making 2000 compact discs is £64 000

a Calculate the values of a and b.

The company sells the compact discs at £10 each.

The company does not want to make a loss.

b Work out the minimum number of compact discs the company must sell. (1385 June 1998)

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