Use of Bar Models to Represent px = q

Unit 3: Expressions and Equations - The Basics
Lesson 15 of 23

Objective: SWBAT show what they know about algebraic vocabulary and solving two step equations on Quiz #8. SWBAT draw bar models to represent word problems in the form px = y, where p is a fraction.

Big Idea: Students have limited time to complete a weekly skills quiz, receive a mini lesson on bar models and complete three problems as practice.

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