7.EE.B.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.

 
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Inequalities

7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations
7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations
Heather Stephan
Elon, NC
Environment: Suburban
 
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Why do we graph the solution to an inequality? This lesson investigates inequalities and their graphs.

 
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Linear Expressions and Word Problems

7th Grade Math » Unit: Expressions and Equations
7th Grade Math » Unit: Expressions and Equations
Grant Harris
New Orleans, LA
Environment: Urban
 
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Students analyze and match algebraic expressions to word problems. Students then write some algebraic expressions to represent word problems.

 
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Write It Wednesday-Equations

7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations and Inequalities
7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations and Inequalities
Jada Jackson
Columbus, OH
Environment: Urban
 
Big Idea:

Can students represent a problem using an equation and solve it?

 
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WIW Graphing Inequalities

7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations and Inequalities
7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations and Inequalities
Jada Jackson
Columbus, OH
Environment: Urban
 
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Can students discuss the difference between graphing on a number line and graphing using a coordinate grid?

 
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Two Step Equations

7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations
7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations
Heather Stephan
Elon, NC
Environment: Suburban
 
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It's time to undo the order of operations! This lesson introduces students to two-step equations.

 
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Applications of One Step Equations

7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations
7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations
Heather Stephan
Elon, NC
Environment: Suburban
 
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If you cannot apply what you learn - what is the point? This lesson allows students the chance to apply one step equations to real world scenarios.

 
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Inequality Applications

7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations
7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations
Heather Stephan
Elon, NC
Environment: Suburban
 
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At most and at least - the most common mistakes in inequality verbiage - this lesson addresses their meaning, and thus their inequality.

 
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Equations with Distributive Property

7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations
7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations
Heather Stephan
Elon, NC
Environment: Suburban
 
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Make sure you distribute to everybody! This lesson introduces distributive property into the process of solving an equation.

 
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Inequalities - Negative Rule

7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations
7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations
Heather Stephan
Elon, NC
Environment: Suburban
 
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Flip the sign? Seriously? That's what you'll hear during this lesson!

 
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Equations and Inequalities - 5 Days of Centers

7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations
7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations
Heather Stephan
Elon, NC
Environment: Suburban
 
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Differentiation! This five day set of centers allows you to work with lower students while proficient students apply what they have learned.

 
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Equation and Inequalities Pre Assessment

7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations and Inequalities
7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations and Inequalities
Jada Jackson
Columbus, OH
Environment: Urban
 
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Students will show how much they know about using equations and inequalities to solve problems.

 
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Additional Discounts ( Lesson 4 in lesson progression)

7th Grade Math » Unit: Proportional Reasoning with Percents
7th Grade Math » Unit: Proportional Reasoning with Percents
Malissa Thomas-St.Clair
Columbus, OH
Environment: Urban
 
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Students will enjoy becoming mathematical translators to help solve real world problems involving additional discounts.

 
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Inequalities Trivia Review

7th Grade Math » Unit: Multi-step Equations, Inequalities, and Factoring
7th Grade Math » Unit: Multi-step Equations, Inequalities, and Factoring
Yazmin Chavira MTP
Environment: Urban
 
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Students work independently at the beginning of class solving and interpreting inequalities and spend the rest of class reviewing answers and miscellaneous class trivia through a game.

 
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End of Grade Review: Equations and Inequalities

7th Grade Math » Unit: Culminating Unit: End of Grade Review
7th Grade Math » Unit: Culminating Unit: End of Grade Review
Heather Stephan
Elon, NC
Environment: Suburban
 
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You can’t leave 7th grade without….another round of equations and inequalities!

 
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Inequalities Test

7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations
7th Grade Math » Unit: Equations
Heather Stephan
Elon, NC
Environment: Suburban
 
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Test for understanding! In this lesson students have the opportunity to showcase their knowledge of inequalities.

 
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Solve word problems leading to equations of the form px + q = r and p(x + q) = r, where p, q, and r are specific rational numbers. Solve equations of these forms fluently. Compare an algebraic solution to an arithmetic solution, identifying the sequence of the operations used in each approach. For example, the perimeter of a rectangle is 54 cm. Its length is 6 cm. What is its width?

Solve word problems leading to inequalities of the form px + q > r or px + q < r, where p, q, and r are specific rational numbers. Graph the solution set of the inequality and interpret it in the context of the problem. For example: As a salesperson, you are paid $50 per week plus $3 per sale. This week you want your pay to be at least $100. Write an inequality for the number of sales you need to make, and describe the solutions. (Combine with 424)

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