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Lesson Objective

Do Now

By the end of the lesson, we will be able to ____________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________

(EE.1) Apply properties of operations as strategies to add, subtract, factor, and expand linear expressions with rational coefficients.

Quiz Review

These are similar to the two most difficult quiz questions. Simplify them below.

1. Solve for the perimeter 2. Find the measure of one side given the perimeter

Content Review – Factoring

Think about the biggest whole number that can be divided out of each term.

1. 16a + 40 2. 26x + 39y + 52z

2(-3x – 4)

27x + 60

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Integer Operations

Always ask yourself: ARE THE SIGNS THE SAME OR DIFFERENT?

Thought Process

1. 7 – 2

Are the signs the same or different? _______________

The signs are ____________, so I need to _____________ the values

2. -3 – 9

Are the signs the same or different? _______________

The signs are ____________, so I need to _____________ the values

3. -4 + 8

Are the signs the same or different? _______________

The signs are ____________, so I need to _____________ the values

4. -7 + 1

Are the signs the same or different? _______________

The signs are ____________, so I need to _____________ the values

Two Integer Procedures (TIPs)

1. When the signs are the _________________ we always _________________ the values and

keep their sign.

Ex. 5 + 4 = 9 Ex. -3 – 7 = -10

2. When the signs are the _________________ we always __________________ the values and

keep the sign from the bigger number.

Ex. 8 – 6 = 2 Ex. -9 + 4 = -5

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Alternatives to Distribution

We can think of using the Distributive Property both before and after.

Applications of Distribution

1. 4(7x – 3)

Rewrite as a product of both inside terms

Simplify the expression

2. -3(-5a + 9)

Rewrite as a product of both inside terms

Simplify the expression

3. 2(-6m + 2)

Rewrite as a product of both inside terms

Simplify the expression

Distribution

3. Our awareness of distribution can go one step further. Look at Step 2.

4.

Example 1

Step 1. 5(3x + 8) Step 2. 5(3x) + 5(8) Step 3. 15x + 40

5.

6. Example 2

Step 1. -2(4x – 6) Step 2. -2(4x) + -2(-6) Step 3. -8x + 12

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Essential Vocabulary

Teacher Model

Look at the two examples. When converting to an algebraic expression, read it aloud. Think

about the algebraic representation of each word in the math sentence.

1. Example 1

2. Example 2

Vocabulary Term Visual Representation Teacher-Provided Definition

Math

Sentence

Algebraic

Expression

Convert

Converting to Algebraic Expressions

4x = 16

n – 6 = 13

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+ +

●

÷

÷

- -

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Guided Practice

Word Association

Addition Subtraction

Multiplication Division

Steps: Converting to Algebraic Expressions

1. Determine what the question is asking

2. Think about the words that associate with a basic operation

a. *Brainstorm below

3. Double-check your solution

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Converting Math Sentences into Algebraic Expressions

When converting to an algebraic expression, read it aloud. Think about the algebraic

representation of each word in the math sentence. Write TWO conversions.

1. 4 + n = 12 (sum; plus)

2. x – 9 = 11 (difference; subtract)

3. 5a = 20 (product; multiply)

4. d ÷ 2 = 6 (quotient; divide)

5. 2x + 5 = 11

The English language has

given us endless possibilities

to say what we want. When

converting (and reading

about conversions) just be

aware of these choices.

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Converting Algebraic Expressions into Math Sentences

Look at the algebraic expression carefully and decide how you want to express it in words.

Ex. 4 + n = 17

The sum of four and a number is seventeen

1. 15 – n = 9

2. 6x = 54

3. 18 ÷ x = 6

4. 2x + 4 = 12

5. 16 – 3x = 7

Think About It!

There are many ways to convert algebraic

expressions into math sentences. The list

below are all ways to relate to addition:

Sum, plus, add, more than

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Partner Practice

When converting to an algebraic expression, read it aloud. Think about the algebraic

representation of each word in the math sentence. Write TWO sentences for each.

1. 4 + a = 56

2. 2b = 14

3. 4 – x = 34

4. 6n + 10 = 70

5. -8x – 5 = 12

6. 2x ÷ 4 = 20

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Check for Understanding

Demonstrate what you have learned by solving the problems below. You may refer back to

your notes.

Convert the problems below into an algebraic expression. Write just one answer.

1. 3x + 6 = 12

2. 4n – 2 = 10

Standardized Test Practice

Read the question below and circle the best answer: A, B, C, or D.

1. Which of the following equations represents the expression below?

x ÷ 8 = 16

A. The quotient of sixteen and eight is a number

B. The quotient of eight and a number is sixteen

C. The quotient of eight and sixteen is a number

D. The quotient of a number and eight is sixteen

Error Analysis

The conversion from algebra to words has been mistranslated. First, identify this

improper wording. Then, rewrite the math sentence correctly.

6x – 3 = 14 The sum of six times a number and three is fourteen

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Independent Practice

When converting to an algebraic expression, read it aloud. Think about the algebraic

representation of each word in the math sentence.

1. 2 + x = 29 2. 5p = 25

3. 21 ÷ b = 7 4. 4x – 2 = 18

5. 3 + n = 33 6. 6y = 24

7. 28 ÷ a = 4 8. 5x – 3 = 17

9. 2 + 4z = 26 10. 8m – 8 = 40

Applications of Taxes and Discounts

Taxes, Tips, And Discounts

October 22 Do Now

October 15 Do Now

Recognizing Proportional Relationships

Percent Increase and Decrease

Calculating Percent Error

October 8 Do Now

Dividing Fractions

Unit Rates With Fractions

Unit Rates

October 1 Do Now

Solving Proportions

Writing Ratios and Proportions

September 24 Do Now

Graphing and Solving Inequalities

Solving and Graphing One-Step Inequalities

Writing Algebraic Equations Practice

September 17 Do Now

September 11 Do Now

Practice With Writing Equations

Writing Algebraic Equations

Obs 1 Solving Multi-Step Equations Guided Notes

Week 3 Quiz

Solving One-Step Equations

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