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Students will translate words into algebraic expressions with fractions and evaluate them using common denominators. 1) Troy skateboarded miles less than Kade . If Kade boards k miles, what algebraic expression represents the number of miles Troy skateboards?.

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    1. Students will translate words into algebraic expressions with fractions and evaluate them using common denominators.

    2. 1) Troy skateboarded miles less than Kade. If Kadeboards k miles, what algebraic expression represents the number of miles Troy skateboards?

    3. 2) Merland texts 17 words per minute faster than Aliza. If Aliza types t words per minute, what algebraic expression represents the number of words per minutes that Merland types?

    4. 3)Evaluate

    5. 4) Evaluate

    6. 5) Evaluate

    7. Time for fast math!!!!!

    8. Exit ticket • 1) Sirena fed carrots to her horse on Monday and y carrots to her horse on Tuesday. Write an expression that represents the number of carrots that Sirena fed her horse on Monday and Tuesday. __________________________ • 2) Evaluatefor the given value of g. • , for g =