2008-2009 Algebra I PowerPoint4 Unit 1.4

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Algebra I Unit 1: Solving Equations  in One Variable Learning Goal:  1.4 Michelle A. O’Malley 8 th  Grade Math League Academy of Communication Arts Greenville, South Carolina
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Unit 1:  Learning Goal 1.4 Students will solve one-, two- and multi-step   equations using the properties of real  numbers and the properties of equality to  justify the steps including real-world  situations; represent solution process using  concrete models.
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Unit 1:  Learning Goal 1.4 – Essential  Knowledge and Skills for Students The students will use problem solving, reasoning,  communication, connections and representation to: Using the properties of real numbers and the properties of equality,  and solve equations. Use concrete and pictorial models to represent and solve equations Justify the steps to the solutions using the properties of real  numbers and the properties of equality. Demonstrate an understanding that equivalent equations have the  same solution. Demonstrate and understanding that adding the same quantity to  each side of an equation produces an equivalent equation. Write equations that represent real-world applications and solve 
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