July 8, 2009

This algebra 1 course begins with a unit of linear equations and applications, with the first section being an examination of linear patterns. There are no equations, graphs, or tables… just real scenarios presented in picture form that require experimentation with linear patterns.<p/> The course is meant to be investigative and for students to construct strategies that will be expanded upon and refined throughout the coursework and this section is exactly that.

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- Mathematics > Data Analysis & Probability
- Mathematics > Patterns

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Using alternative representations of rational numbers

Applying GCF, LCM, and prime and composite numbers, including justification for the reasonableness of results, when working with rational numbers

Applying proportional reasoning

Using vocabulary associated with sets, including union and intersection

Determining whether a number is rational or irrational

Demonstrating computational fluency with operations on rational numbers

Writing numbers using scientific notation

Applying the substitution principle

Applying the properties of operations on rational numbers to evaluate and simplify algebraic expressions