In this video, we’ll look at how to form expressions and equations, using the information provided in questions

This is the first in a series of videos to help you to start solving linear equations. Before you start make sure that you are familiar with what we mean by a term.

### Summary Exercise

In this video, I now show you how to handle an equation with a negative x term in.

### Summary Exercise

In this video, I now show you how to handle an equation with two terms and two constants.

### Summary Exercise

I now start to extend the work covered so far by looking at equations with brackets. In my second example in the video, care must be taken. Very easy to trip up.

### Summary Exercise

In this next section I start to work with equations that are fractions. I first start with some basic ones consisting of two terms, one of which is a fraction.

I continue to look at fractional equations consisting of one term which is a fraction but in the denominator of that fraction there are two terms.

In this next video I now look at fractional equations consisting of at least 3 terms where one of them is a fraction.

I now look at fractional equations consisting of at least 2 terms which are fractions.

This is the last in this series where I now look at fractional equations where x appears in the denominator of both fractions.