In this lesson, we will introduce solving simultaneous equations pictorially, then solve algebraically using subtraction and addition. We will look at cases where the coefficients of either x or y are equal.

In this lesson, we will solve simultaneous equations using the visual representation of a bar model to help us derive values for unknowns in linear equations.

In this lesson, we will investigate how to solve simultaneous equation cases where the coefficient of one term is not a multiple or factor of the other. We will use multiplication to find new equations and create common coefficients.

In this lesson, we will investigate how to solve simultaneous equation cases where we need to rearrange equations first, followed by using multiplication to ensure coefficients in one equation are factors or multiples of the other.