Common Core Standards: Math
Expressions and Equations 7.EE.B.4
4. Use variables to represent quantities in a real-world or mathematical problem, and construct simple equations and inequalities to solve problems by reasoning about the quantities.
In this standard, you'll be building on what your students learned in sixth grade about turning unknown quantities into variables, with an eye toward getting them prepped for eighth grade and (gasp!) high school math. The heady days of only dealing with numbers are, sadly, long past. It's about to get all alphabetical up in here.
This time around, the emphasis is on translating real-world situations into simple equations and inequalities. It's powerful stuff, turning words into math. With a bit of practice, your students will be feeling like tiny mathematical demigods in no time.
- Absolute Value Linear Inequality - Math Shack
- Representing Word Problems with Mathematical Expressions - Math Shack
- Writing Equations and Inequalities - Math Shack
- Solving Equations Given One Variable - Math Shack
- Solving Two Step Linear Equations - Math Shack
- Reasoning with Equations in Two Variables - Math Shack
- Solving More Complicated Equations - Math Shack
- Word Problems with Equations and Inequalities - Math Shack
- Solving Two Step Linear Inequalities - Math Shack
- Solving Inequalities Using Multiplication and Division - Math Shack