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Regroup Algebraic Expressions by Applying the Distributive Property
Show your learners how to regroup algebraic expressions with visual support. The video demonstrates how to take larger groups of items and break them into smaller groups using the distributive property. Similar to factoring, use this video along with the previous video for more visual examples of grouping. Note: This is the sixth video in a series of seven
Discovering Math-Concepts in Advanced Algebra
Students research The Nine Chapters on the Mathematical Art and Chinese contributions to mathematics using both print and non-print sources. From their research they create an illustrated table of contents for each chapter of the Nine Chapters and summarize their findings on Chinese contributions in a one-page report. When reports are complete, they practice converting Chinese numbers to decimal numbers.
Illustrating Equations Worksheet
Represent 10 algebraic equations using algebra tiles using this hands-on activity sheet. Your class will solve 10 algebraic equations using the algebra tiles.
Concepts, Patterns, Formulas, Substitution
In this algebra lesson plan, students define algebraic terms and rewrite them using math symbols. There are 10 problems drawing correlations to geometry as well as algebra.
Do These Systems Meet Your Expectations
This lesson is all about systems of equations and their graphs. Algebra learners create and solve systems of equation using tables and graphing. They identify the point of intersection of a system of equation, and discover what the solutions are when the lines are parallel or are the same line.
Twelfth graders identify the parts of an algebraic equation. They consider the many uses of algebra in daily life. They play a game, Algebra Match, where student pairs work to solve equations listed on index cards.
Awareness of Pre-Algebra Concepts
Students demonstrate how to solve various algebraic equations. In this pre-algebra lesson plan, students work in teams and use Borenson's Hands-On Equations materials to solve algebraic equations.
Sixth graders explore mathematics by completing equations in a math notebook. They will collaborate in small groups to complete different algebra problems and write their work down in a notebook, which they show their teacher. Then they will grade themselves based on a rubric and utilize website activities to further their understanding of the subject.
Solving One Step Equations Using Algebra Tiles
Young scholars solve linear equations. In this algebra lesson, students solve equations using addition, subtraction, division and multiplication. They evaluate and simplify functions.
Students solve basic simple single-variable algebraic equations using a Windows Application, "Visual Algebra." The lesson is introduced using a set of familiar objects to balance boxes. The transition of program skills to autonomous abilities is the foc
TI-nspire: Getting Started with Algebra 1
Learners solve one step algebra equations. In this algebra lesson, students check their answers to linear equations through substitution. They input their data into the TI.
In this algebraic equations worksheet, students read a 2 page explanation of algebraic equations. They then use the information they just learned to solve the following 14 questions in which they solve algebraic equations.
Algebra- Cell Phone Plans
High schoolers analyze graphs to compare cell phone plans. In this algebra lesson, students work together to analyze phone plans and report the best phone plan. High schoolers develop tables and graphs.
In this basic algebra skills worksheet, students solve 24 addition and subtraction equations by identifying the missing terms. Students also respond to 7 word problems that require them to write and solve addition and subtraction equations.
Solving Systems of Equations Algebraically
Students solve systems of equations algebraically. For this algebra lesson, students solve systems using substitution and elimination. They solve linear and quadratic systems.
Number Tricks and Algebra
Introduce your students to number tricks and then ask them to determine why a number trick works. They will write algebraic expressions to help them understand the trick. Worksheet included.
Second graders are exposed to algebraic thinking by exploring the concept of a variable. They tell how many years have passed since they've seen a favorite teacher and then examine how they arrived at this number. They write equations.
Algebra on the Farm
Students develop algebraic equations to solve problems involving farm animals. They watch a video, use manipulatives to determine the number of birds and pigs on the farm, and create original problems for their classmates to solve.
Algebra: Olympic Races
Middle schoolers use Olympic athlete statistics to make algebraic calculations. In this algebraic equation lesson, students use algebra to calculate athlete speed and calories burned.
Seven Advanced Algebra Problem Sets
In this advanced algebra worksheet, students solve seven problem sets covering: linear equations, arithmetic sequence, slope, point-slope, median, linear system, substitution method and the elimination method.