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Q: What is multi-step problems?

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The first step is to find the least common multiple (LCM) of all the denominators. Next, multiply each term by this LCM. When you have done this you will have a multistep problem which is free of fractions.

The only possible method is: One step at a time.

Calculate the % yield of each step, and then multiply them together. e.g. Step1 yield = 50% Step2 yield = 60% Overall (multistep) yield = 50% x 60% = (50 x 60) / 100 = 30%

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One-step equation 3x=12 x-6=5 4/x=7 Multistep equation 3x+8=11 x/7+4=6 4x/7=2

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