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Do students have enough pre-requisite mathematical knowledge to be successful in an Algebra I class?

Common Core Standards 2017-2018 Print Unit 1
High School - Math - Algebra I - Unit 1
Pre-Requisite Algebra I Knowledge
Students will be reviewing vital pre-requisite mathematical skills that they need to be successful in an Algebra I class.
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Students will be reviewing vital pre-requisite mathematical skills that they need to be successful in an Algebra I class.  They will review their fraction, decimal, and percent problem solving skills.  Also they will examine their ability to do basic mathematical operations with signed numbers and graph inequalities on a number line.  During this Unit they will revisit order of operations, how to solve equations, and key expression vocabulary.  The unit will finish with a review of the students ability to use the coordinate plane, and the distance, midpoint, and Pythagorean Formulas.

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8-EE-1: Understand that a linear equation in one variable might have one, infinite, or no solutions.

8-EE-2: Solve linear equations with rational number coefficients.

8-G-6: The side lengths of a right triangle are related by the Pythagorean Theorem.

8-G-8: Use the Pythagorean Theorem to determine unknown side lengths in right triangles.

A-SSE-1: Understand that different forms of an expression may reveal different properties of the quantity in question.

A-APR-8: Transform simple rational expressions using the commutative, associative, and distributive laws, and the inverse relationship between multiplication and division.

A-CED-1: Understand that equations in one variable are often created to describe properties of a specific but unknown number.

A-REI-1:  Understand how to solve equations algebraically.

A-REI-11: Solve linear equations in one variable.

A-REI-14: Solve linear inequalities in one variable and graph the solution set on a number line.

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  1. Students will be able to solve Fraction problems.
  2. Students will be able to solve Decimal problems.
  3. Students will be able to solve Percent problems.
  4. Students can use the +, -, *, / rules to solve signed number problems.
  5. Students can graph Inequalities on a Real Number Line.
  6. Students can write Inequalities in Interval Notation.
  7. Students can solve problems using the Order of Operations.
  8. Students can identify Variables, Coefficients, and Terms.
  9. Students can compare and contrast Expressions and Equations.
  10. Students can combine like terms.
  11. Students can perform the Distribution Property on problems.
  12. Students can solve one-variable equations.
  13. Students can solve one-variable inequalities.
  14. Students can interact with the coordinate plane.
  15. Students can find the distance between two points.
  16. Students can find the midpoint between two points.
  17. Students can solve Pythagorean Theorem problems.

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Fractions

Decimals

Percents

Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, & Division

Real Number Line

Interval Notation

Oder of Operations

Variable

Coefficients

Terms

Expressions

Equations

Like Terms

Distributive Property

Inequalities

Coordination Plane – Plots, Axes, Quadrants

Distance Formula

Midpoint Formula

 Pythagorean Theorem

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