# Basic Algebra

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Good Morning Readers, Here we are posting some Important Algebraic Formulas keeping SSC CGL Tier II in mind. Have a look..!! Part II of the same will be posted

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This past week in class we started my FAVORITE type of math to teach! ALGEBRA!! I'm not sure what I love so much about it, but I just think that the possibilities are ENDLESS with the fun things that you can do with it! I remember when I was in school and was in Algebra-it was book/paper activities ALL. THE. TIME. However, I plan to do some out of the box things this 9 weeks with my Expressions and Equations 6th Grade CCSS. :) So, here is a peek at what I did this past week in class to…

Formulas, patterns, and procedures used for simplifying expressions and solving equations are basic to algebra. Use the equations, shortcuts, and formulas you find for quick reference. This Cheat Sheet offers basic information and short explanations (and some words of advice on traps to avoid).

By Arindam Nag. Elementary Algebra is generalized form of arithmetic. It provides a language to represent problems and functions. Algebraic thinking is also one of the first forms of abstract thin

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At some point a math student needs to move from learning algebra to doing algebra. Many techniques that students learn are designed to facilitate a person’s understanding and remembrance of …

At some point a math student needs to move from learning algebra to doing algebra. Many techniques that students learn are designed to facilitate a person’s understanding and remembrance of …

This is a one page poster to add to your math word wall during your algebra unit. It labels an equation with the following terms: numerical coefficient, variable, constant, expression, and equation. Teacher-Author: Krystal Mills...

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Use this beautiful wall chart poster to introduce the important parts of an equation to your students. Download today and enjoy! Also follow us to get instant notification on special product announcements from MathEdge! and Literacy and Math Ideas! Also available: Parts of a Math Expression!

I’ve seen elementary school teachers use paint samples in interactive notebooks, and I knew I could think of a place to use them for older kids. I’ve seen something like this before, but I couldn’t find where to link it :) I used a four color paint sample to illustrate solving two-step equations. Here is the completed page: I used the first color to write the equation. The next color shows the add/subtract step. The third color shows the multiply/divide step. The last color shows…

A fun Middle and High School Math Project teaching equation solving built around a criminal investigation where traditional (and non-traditional) math problems become crime scenes!