Note: The symbols may be slightly different. Use the subtle differences in the images in working out your answer.
This puzzle is adapted from puzzlebrain.com.
This lesson is about moving between algebraic equations and the statements that they represent. This activity should be given to the class as a formative assessment activity: it is designed to provide the teacher with information about the learners’ current levels of understanding.
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