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Often students are confused about where to start when solving a multi-step equation. In this lesson the equation is labeled as a party. The 'host' is labeled (x) with remaining operations being labeled according to their relationship to the host (friends, family, acquaintances, etc...). Technology assignments are used as one method to assess student understanding.

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Mathematics
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Alabama Learning Exchange
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Elizabeth Thompson
02/26/2019
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8.EE.7 Solving Equations Quiz. Version A is standard with complex equations. Version B is a modified version with simplified use of integers and smaller multi-step equations. Both versions contain fractional problems. Each quiz provides directions including the tip Don't Call Me After Midnight to remind students of the steps for solving equations.

NCM1.A-REI.3 Solving linear equations and inequalities in one variable to include fractions.

Subject:
Algebra
Mathematics
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07/04/2020
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8.EE.7 Solving Equations Quiz. Two versions. M is the standard version M1 is the modified version with simplified negatives and smaller multi-step equations. Both versions contain fractional problems too.

Subject:
Algebra
Mathematics
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10/22/2019
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8.EE.7 Solving Equations Quiz. Two versions. M is the standard version M1 is the modified version with simplified negatives and smaller multi-step equations. Both versions contain fractional problems too.

NCM1.A-REI.3 Solving linear equations and inequalities in one variable to include fractions.

Subject:
Algebra
Mathematics
Material Type:
Assessment