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Grade 6 - Patterns and Relations

Standard 6.PR.3 - Practice evaluating variable expressions with decimals and fractions.

Included Skills:

Extend understanding of patterns and relationships by using expressions and equations involving variables.

• Analyze patterns arising from the determination of perimeter of rectangles and generalize an equation describing a formula for the perimeter of all rectangles.

• Analyze patterns arising from the determination of area of rectangles and generalize an equation describing a formula for the area of all rectangles.

• Describe and represent geometric patterns and relationships relevant to First Nations and Métis peoples and explain how those patterns or relationships could be represented mathematically.

• Develop and justify equations using letter variables that illustrate the commutative property of addition and multiplication (e.g., a + b = b + a or a × b = b × a).

• Generalize an expression that describes the relationship between the two columns in a table of values.

• Write an equation to represent a table of values.

• Generalize an expression or equation that describes the rule for a pattern (e.g., the expression 4d or the equation 2n + 1 = 8).

• Provide examples to explain the difference between an expression and an equation, both in terms of what each looks like and what each means.

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