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In this ELL rational numbers worksheet, learners read about the adjectives that compare 2 or more things and comparative form. Students then choose the best adjective to complete math sentences. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.
In this rational number instructional activity, students solve 4 word problems that use expressions with rational numbers. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.
For this rational number worksheet, students read about how to write an equation with rational numbers, then solve 12 equations including 1 word problem. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.
In this rational numbers worksheet, students solve and complete 15 different problems that include comparing and ordering various rational numbers. First, they fill in each blank with the correct symbol to make the sentence true. Then, students write the fractions in order from least to greatest and the decimal notation beneath each fraction.
In this rational numbers worksheet, students solve and complete 33 different problems that include adding and subtracting various types of rational numbers. First, they determine the sum or difference of each problems. Then, students evaluate the expression at the bottom of the sheet by substituting the information provided.
In this rational numbers worksheet, students solve five word problems with expressions that use rational numbers.
In this fractions learning exercise, students complete 5 word problems where they use rational numbers to solve each problem correctly.
In this rational numbers worksheet, students read phrases and algebraic expression and write T or F, then write algebraic expressions for phrases. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.
In this rational number worksheet, students review the keywords that help change word expressions into numerical expressions. Students then write an expression for each phrase and tell what the variables represent.
Use this compare and order worksheet to have your learners focus on rational numbers. They solve for 18 problems using greater than, less than, or equal to.
Middle schoolers review the properties of rational numbers which include the commutative, identity, inverse, and distributive properties. They complete eight equations and identify which property they used.
For this rational numbers and their properties worksheet, learners sharpen their problem solving skills as they solve 6 story problems.
Here is an expressions with rational numbers worksheet. Learners practice algebra skills as they evaluate eight expressions for the given values.
In this expressions and rational numbers activity, 7th graders review the definitions for the following terms: algebraic expression, evaluate, given, value, and variable. Students first underline the algebraic expressions in the first set and circle the variable in each algebraic expression in the second set. Students finish by labeling the three steps of the solved expression substitution, commutative, or distributive property.
In this rational numbers worksheet, students complete a graphic organizer in order to solve a word problem. Students write about: understanding, planning, solving, and looking back. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.
In this rational numbers worksheet, students evaluate expressions for given values, then solve 2 test prep questions. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.
Use this rational numbers and their properties worksheet to have learners complete 10 equations and identify the properties they used. They also answer two test prep questions.
Practice with the associative and commutative properties together during this video supporting mental math. The narrator goes step by step through two problems showing how your learners can switch around the terms to solve easier. Problems incorporate fractions with multiplication and division. Use the prior videos for more practice with each property if needed.
Subtracting negative numbers can be confusing and hard to comprehend. Show your learners the steps to solving these problems and patterns to help them remember. The video uses a pattern to show how subtracting a negative computes the same as adding. There is a large focus that subtracting a number is adding the opposite. This is the last video in a four-part series. Use the prior videos for real-life examples with subtracting negative numbers.
For this rational numbers worksheet, students solve 13 different word problems related to rational numbers. First, they identify the elevation of various spots on a map and what happens to that elevation in different situations. Then, students create an addition number sentence to represent the hike from each area and back to the originating spot using rational numbers.