# Chapter 2: Linear Equations in One Variable

```Linear Equations in One Variable
Across
2. When solving equations involving fractions, you can clear fractions by multiplying
both sides of the equation by this.
5. In general, the number of solutions to an absolute value equation is this number.
7. When multiplying or dividing an inequality by a negative number, you must do this to
the inequality symbol.
8. This is another name for an equation containing more than one variable.
Down
1. When using interval notation the interval that is bound by   is a _____ interval.
3. The absolute value of a number is its _____ from zero on the number line.
4. The statement 3x 1  5 is one of these: always false, always true, sometimes true.
6. When solving the equation 0.6x  3  0.1 , you can eliminate decimals if you multiply
both sides of the equation by this number.
9. When using Interval notation, the interval that is bounded by ( ) is called a(n) _____
interval.
Authored by Kamilia Nemri
Spokane Community College
Linear Equations in One Variable
Across
2. LCD
5. Two
7. Reverse
8. Formula
Down
1. Closed
3. Distance
4. Always true
6. Ten
9. Open
Authored by Kamilia Nemri
Spokane Community College
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