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EngageNY Grade 7 Math Module 3: Expressions and Equations

For Teachers 7th Standards
A math module challenges young mathematicians to generate equivalent expressions.  Scholars demonstrate how order or grouping does not affect the practice of addition and multiplication. By the end of the module, learners recognize and...
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California State Standards: Algebra I

For Students 8th - 10th Standards
Starting a year of Algebra I? This mighty packet practices all of the major topics with different ranges of difficulty. Standards include everything from linear to quadratic to rational expressions. Use it in a variety of ways to...
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Prealgebra

For Students 5th - 9th Standards
Pre-algebra—all wrapped up in one place. The eBook contains everything needed to teach a typical Pre-Algebra course. Concepts in the course build upon previously learned concepts, allowing mathematicians to see the connections between...
5:12
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Dividing Algebraic Expressions

For Students 8th - 12th Standards
Get back to the basics to become an expert. The short video shows the basics of dividing algebraic expressions. Using several examples, the presenter reminds viewers of the rules of exponents when dividing. Pupils practice dividing...
2:49
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Write and Simplify a Variable Expression for Age (ax+b)

For Students 8th - 11th Standards
Age is just a number. The resource develops a multi-step expression to represent a person's age. Using the video, the presenter creates expressions for the age of four different people that build upon each other. The final age requires...
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Module 4: Equations and Inequalities

For Students 8th - 10th Standards
Can you justify that mathematically?  Help learners see the process of solving as using mathematical properties rather than a set of steps to memorize in the fourth module of a nine-part Algebra I series. The module contains six lessons...
5:53
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Properties of Equality and Congruence: Lesson

For Students 6th - 11th
What properties of equality also work for congruence? Part of basic geometry playlist, the video relates algebraic properties to their counterparts of congruence. Learners see how the properties mean the same whether with equality or...
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Justify the Process 1

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Take solving an equation step by step. The worksheet provides the steps to solve a multi-step linear equation. Pupils give the justification for each step of the solving process. The expectation is that learners use the proper...
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Justify the Process 2

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Distribute the properties of equality to justify the solution path. Pupils provide the justifications of the three steps in solving a linear equation. The solving process includes using the distributive property, combining like terms,...
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Graphing Solutions to Inequalities

For Students 7th Standards
Activate the strengths of your visual learners using an informative lesson. Pupils graph their solutions on number lines to create a visual representation of solutions in the 15th installment in the series of 28. Problems presented as...
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Inequalities

For Students 7th Standards
The 13th lesson in the 28-part module asks scholars to write linear inequalities from a problem situation. Individuals then solve and interpret their results in the context of the problem. 
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Properties of Inequalities

For Students 7th Standards
Class members explore the meaning of inequality by comparing numbers and building number sentences. Using number cubes, pupils find numbers and compare them using inequality symbols. As the activity continues, operations are added to...
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Using the Identity and Inverse to Write Equivalent Expressions

For Students 7th Standards
The fifth installment in the series of 28 lessons helps math scholars explore the result of adding opposite numbers and multiplying reciprocals. Through their exploration, they develop a working definition of identity and inverse...
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Generating Equivalent Expressions

For Students 7th Standards
Pupils develop expressions to describe the total number of sides on an unknown number of rectangles and triangles. Expressions contain multiplication, addition, and parentheses. 
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Mid-Module Assessment Task: Grade 7 Mathematics Module 3

For Students 7th Standards
Lesson 16 in the series of 28 is a mid-module assessment. Learners simplify expressions, write and solve equations, and write and solve inequalities. Most questions begin as word problems adding a critical thinking component to the...
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Solving Inequalities

For Students 7th Standards
Investigate complex problem situations by applying inequalities. Building from concepts explored in the previous lesson, learners read word problems and develop inequalities to represent the situation. They then solve the inequalities...
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Properties of Operations

For Students 8th Standards
Explore the definitions of algebraic properties through a hands-on activity. Individuals cut and paste examples and match them to the correct properties. After examining the provided examples, pupils create examples of their own.
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Mid-Module Assessment Task: Grade 7 Module 2

For Students 7th Standards
A seven-question assessment determines how well your learners understand the procedures to add, subtract, multiply, and divide signed rational numbers. Pupils show their understanding through problem-solving situations. 
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Applying the Properties of Operations to Add and Subtract Rational Numbers 2

For Teachers 7th Standards
The ninth part in a 25-part series emphasizes the importance of using properties of operations in evaluating sums and differences of rational numbers. Pupils solve problems and provide justifications from one step to the next.
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Distributive Property, Binomial Multiplication

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
The distributive property and FOIL are the same when it comes to binomial multiplication. The video demonstrates binomial multiplication using the distributive property. The presenter shows the general case and provides two additional...
3:39
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Distributive Property, Fractions

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Does the distributive property work the same with fractions? The short video provides examples of the distributive property using algebraic fractions. The resource provides two examples of distributing fractions over sums also involving...
3:06
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Commutative Property

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Connect the commutative property to commuting. The quick video shows how to use the commutative property to write sums and products in a different way. It provides examples to show that the property only works for addition and...
3:50
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Distributive Property

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Introduce the distributive property to the class with a video that shows what it means to distribute multiplication across addition. It continues to show how to work with negative numbers and the distributive property.
2:13
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Associative Property

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
It does not matter how you group numbers in addition and subtraction. The short video provides the definition for the associative property. It includes examples to show the associative property holds true for addition and multiplication.