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This section on elementary algebra will be expanded over time. There are lessons and worksheets that will help you when you are tutoring your children and helping them to develop their algebraic thinking and
Topics covered include:
These are summarized in more detail below.
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The Generating and Analyzing Number Patterns lesson includes worked examples that use function tables to show number patterns and relationships between input and output values.
There is an explanation
of what equations are and how letters are used in them as placeholders.
Illustrated examples of solving equations by "doing the same
to both sides" using addition and subtraction operations.
Solving simple equations
with multiplication and division is covered here.
There is also a page that shows
how to solve equations using a two-step process.
e.g. 2n + 4 = 10.
The concept of Powers are introduced here with
an explanation and examples covering how
bases and exponents are used and evaluated. There are also explanations and examples covering exponent rules.
There is a sub-section that introduces
and explains the concepts of squares and square roots.
Generating Patterns & Identifying Relationships looks at the number sequences and their relationships. Includes pre-test and post-test worksheets.
Leading on from the lesson above, Graphing Ordered Pairs examines how ordered pairs can be plotted on a coordinate grid and their relationship shown by joining the points with a line.
You'll find over 25 related
worksheets here that will help with both practicing
solving simple equations and with identifying and evaluating powers
using bases and exponents.
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