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 Common Core State Standards for Mathematics
 Lesson 01: Expressions, Equations, and Functions
 Lesson 02: Properties of Real Numbers
 Lesson 03: Solving Linear Equations
 Lesson 04: Graphing Linear Equations and Functions
 Lesson 05: Writing Linear Equations
 Lesson 06: Solving and Graphing Linear Inequalities
 Lesson 07: Systems of Equations and Inequalities
 Lesson 08: Exponents and Exponential Functions
 Lesson 09: Polynomials and Factoring
 Lesson 10: Quadratic Equations and Functions
 Lesson 11: Radicals and Geometry Connections
 Lesson 12: Rational Equations and Functions
 Lesson 13: Basic Probability and Data Analysis
 Lesson 14: Matrices
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Category Archives: Lesson 01: Expressions, Equations, and Functions
4. Representing Functions as Verbal Rules, Equations, Tables, and Graphs
You can use a verbal description, an equation, a table, or a graph to represent a function. Are you tired of the planetarium example yet? ME NEITHER!!! We can use this tired example to see the various ways to represent … Continue reading
3. The Order of Operations
A very important facet that you will continuously use in mathematics is the order of operations. You should become so proficient in the order of operations that it will be as second nature as breathing. NO REALLY… 🙂 The mnemonic … Continue reading
2. Using Expressions to Write Equations and Inequalities
While we were talking about expressions you may have noticed that we did not include any symbols to indicate equality (or an equals sign). This is the distinction between an expression and an equation. Going back to the planetarium example on the … Continue reading
1. Writing and Evaluating Algebraic Expressions
An algebraic expression is an expression that includes at least one variable. These expressions are used to represent a situation with a changing variable (ie. “The cost for admission for one student to the planetarium is $6”) and can be … Continue reading