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Consecutive Integers Spiral Lesson

Unit 14: Algebra Spirals
Lesson 5 of 5

Objective: Students will be able to model a consecutive sum problem with algebra

Big Idea: We can use algebra to solve for unknown consecutive values if we know the sum or difference of those values.

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Math, Algebra, balancing equations, combining like terms, consecutive numbers
  60 minutes
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