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# Algebra Teacher Resources

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33
5th - 7th
5.0/5 Stars

Evaluate the expression 5t + 3. Use the provided variables to determine an answer. Scholars are provided with 3 different values for t, and must evaluate the expression using each value for t. This resource would be appropriate for those who have had exposure to the concept of variables.

11
6th - 9th
3.5/5 Stars

Explore the concept of equivalence. The class uses an applet to examine equations in terms of a balance. They develop the idea that an equation must be balanced in order for it to be equal.

71
6th - 7th
3.5/5 Stars

Sixth and seventh graders solve the 19 equations by finding the value of the unknown. They find their answers in the grid of boxes.

33
10th - 11th
3.5/5 Stars

In this Algebra II/Geometry instructional activity, young scholars investigate the problem of maximizing the volume of a cone. They build concrete models and calculate the volume. Pupils use technology to construct, gather data, and determine the sector angle that maximizes the volume.

8
9th
2.5/5 Stars

Ninth graders investigate integers.  In this Algebra I lesson, 9th graders illustrate the set of integers in Venn diagram, explore the definitions of opposite and absolute value, and perform integer calculations.

40
5th - 8th
2.0/5 Stars

In this algebra worksheet, students complete problems where they find the value of x, find the correct inequality set, and solve word problems using algebraic techniques. Students complete 4 problems.

27
8th - 9th
3.0/5 Stars

Eighth and ninth graders add, subtract, multiply and divide functions as directed. Each problem is written in function notation, and the operation is shown in the same way. For example, students may be directed to find (f+g)(x). They are also asked to write a short answer to complete each algebraic statement.

26
8th - 9th
3.0/5 Stars

In this algebra worksheet, students solve and graph 10 linear inequalities. Students must remember to alter the inequality when the negative sign is on the variable.

20
8th - 9th
3.0/5 Stars

In this algebra worksheet, students multiply 20 sets of polynomials. They add and subtract with 6 problems. Students use the distributive property to simplify on several problems.

37
6th - 7th
2.0/5 Stars

In this equations worksheet, students solve the algebra equations using inverse operations in the first set of problems. Students then use words to describe each equation. Students then write and a solve an equation for each word problem and complete two test prep questions.