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Grade 7 - Patterns and Relations

Standard 7.PR.3 - Solve proportions to find the missing number.

Included Skills:

Demonstrate an understanding of one-and two-step linear equations of the form ax/b + c = d (where a, b, c, and d are whole numbers, c less than or equal to d and b does not equal 0) by modeling the solution of the equations concretely, pictorially, physically, and symbolically and explaining the solution in terms of the preservation of equality.

• Model the preservation of equality for each of the four operations using concrete materials or using pictorial representations, explain the process orally and record it symbolically.

• Generalize strategies for carrying out operations that involve the use of the preservation of equality.

• Solve an equation by applying the preservation of equality.

• Identify and provide an example of a constant term, a numerical coefficient, and a variable in an expression and an equation.

• Represent a problem with a linear equation and solve the equation using concrete models, (e.g., counters, integer tiles) and record the process symbolically.

• Draw a representation of the steps used to solve a linear equation.

• Verify the solution to a linear equation using concrete materials or diagrams.

• Explain what the solution for a linear equation means.

• Represent a problem situation using a linear equation.

• Solve a problem using a linear equation.

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