# Mathematical Expression Teacher Resources

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#### Math: Writing the Correct Expression

Here are six picture problems in need of a related equation. Pupils count and compose a number sentence based on the shapes that see in the picture. Because items to be added are hexagons and circles it's a good opportunity to build...

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#### Basic Algebra and Graphing for Electric Circuits

For this electronics worksheet, students evaluate mathematical expressions to complete 16 short answer and problem solving questions.

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#### Integers - Graphical Representation

In this integers of graphical representation worksheet, 7th graders solve 23 various types of problems that include graphing on a number line and writing an integer to represent each statement given. Then they write an equation using...

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#### The New Texas Two-Step

Sixth graders work with mathematical expressions by interpreting, analyzing and problem solving with them. For this two step algebraic problem solving lesson, 6th graders use algebra tiles to solve equations.

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#### Repeated addition, Multiplication and Division

Not only will your class practice solving addition, multiplication, and division word problems, but they also have the opportunity to try to put the mathematical expression into words. These skills will help your students with future...

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#### Balancing Equations and Using a Pyramid

Sixth graders complete worksheets and make journal entries to interpret mathematical expressions about the pyramids. In this equality by balancing equations lesson, 6th graders participate in groups or by themselves to complete exercises...

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#### Lesson 2: Introduction to Equations & Why We Can Solve Equations

For this equations worksheet, students explore mathematical expressions. They solve algebraic equations with one variable and identify the domain and range. This five-page worksheet contains detailed notes, examples, and 4 problems.

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#### Unit 2 Worksheet 4-Motion

In this motion worksheet, students analyze motion maps and construct graphs using the data. They write mathematical expressions to show the relationship of velocity versus time and position versus time. They determine displacement using...

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#### The Mathematics of Chemistry

In this chemistry math worksheet, high schoolers complete the given calculations, simplify the expressions, and solve for the expressions given. This worksheet has 29 problems to solve.

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#### Miles to Kilometers

Can your mathematicians come up with an easy way to convert miles to kilometers? Start by asking learners to write an algebraic expression for each of the descriptions given. Once they determine that they are both the same, ask...

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#### Real-Life Math | Baseball

The math in baseball is more than just batting averages. The Assistant General Manager of the Diamondbacks shows the numerous ways the management uses baseball math. The class participates in an activity to simulate batting averages and...

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#### Translating Words to Algebraic Expressions

Seventh graders translate word sentences to algebraic expressions. In groups of three, 7th graders determine the number of times their heart beats in fifteen seconds. Using this data, they calculate the heartbeats per minute, in five...

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#### Area and dimensions

Sixth graders study the concepts of area and dimensions. In this area and dimensions lesson, 6th graders work in pairs to complete the handout included that illustrates ways to represent various numbers. Students also determine what...

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#### Function Tables

Students practice representing problems found in the real world in terms that can be translated into mathematical expressions. The situations are represented in tables and graphs by students.

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#### Practice: Order of Operations

In this order of operations worksheet, learners evaluate each of the 22 expression on the page using the order of operations. The problems start easy and gradually get more difficult.

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#### Math Practice Exam

In this math practice exam activity, students simplify expressions, find volume and area, write mathematical expressions multiple and divide expressions and reduce fractions. Mention is made of associated videos, but no specific...

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#### "24" Game

Students use four digits obtained from rolling four dice to create a mathematical expression equal to 24.

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#### Multiple Representations of Limits

After an introductory activity to demonstrate the theory of a limit, additional activities approach a limit from graphical, numerical, and algebraic methods. The activity looks at the multiple ways of understanding and evaluating a limit.

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#### Problem Solving Model

Use a vocabulary chart to introduce math functions. The class defines a list of mathematical vocabulary terms on a worksheet, as well as completes equations and expressions. They examine word problems and practice transcribing them into...

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#### Unit III: Worksheet 1 - Uniform Acceleration

This concise handout posts a diagram of a block sliding down a ramp. High schoolers draw qualitative graphical representations for displacement vs. time, velocity vs. time, and acceleration vs. time. They draw a motion map and list the...

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#### Another Way of Factoring

Focusing on this algebra lesson, learners relate quadratic equations in factored form to their solutions and their graph from a number of different aspects. In some problems, one starts with the original equation and finds the solutions....

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#### What are Like Terms?

Combine those like terms! What does that mean? How do I do that? Find terms with the same variable and find terms with the same powers and combine their coefficients.

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#### What are Like Terms?

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#### Unit II Worksheet 4 - Constant Velocity/Motion Maps

This is a smart approach to displacement concepts. Physics learners analyze a motion map and then draw qualitative graphs for time versus displacement and time versus velocity. Get your class thinking critically through the use of a very...