But, believe it or not, these problems usually aren't any harder to solve than non-word problems—they just look very, very different.
And they require a slightly different mindset to solve.
When that number goes above a certain limit, your computer can sound an alarm to let you know that it’s time to go fetch.
Now that we have a plan, it's time for the big English-to-equation translation.
Combining the two equations we came up with in our English-to-equation-translation, we get just such an equation: N_toys = ( W_total – W_towels ) / W_toy We can now turn this abstract solution (abstract in the sense of being written in terms of a bunch of variables) into a numerical solution simply by plugging in numerical values for all the variables on the right side of the equals sign.
I should say that plugging in values isn't always necessary.
This step will often entail going through the procedure outlined in the How to Solve an Equation episode.
Our goal is to solve for the total number of dog toys on the scale, N_toys.
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