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Warm UP. Convert 23 miles to feet. (5280 ft = 1 mi) Convert 120 lbs to kilograms. (0.454 kg = 1 lbs ) Convert 6 feet to miles . (5280 ft = 1 mi ) Convert 4 quarts to liters. (1 liter = 1.05 quarts) Convert 0.045 barrels to gallons. (73 gallons = 2 barrels). 121,440 feet.

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warm up
Warm UP
  • Convert 23 miles to feet. (5280 ft = 1 mi)
  • Convert 120 lbs to kilograms. (0.454 kg = 1 lbs)
  • Convert 6 feet to miles. (5280 ft = 1 mi)
  • Convert 4 quarts to liters. (1 liter = 1.05 quarts)
  • Convert 0.045 barrels to gallons. (73 gallons = 2 barrels)

121,440 feet

54.48 kg

0.00114 miles

3.8095 Liters

1.6425 gallons

more warm up
MORE Warm UP

6. Convert 75 minutes to days.

7. Convert 46 inches to miles. (1 mi = 5280 ft)

0.05208 days

0.00072601 miles

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EQ

CCCA Unit 1

  • Why is it important to understand the “language” of mathematics?
definitions

Definitions

Identifying Parts

Guided NOTES

algebraic expression
Algebraic Expression
  • Can have variables, numbers, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, parenthesis, square roots, exponents…
  • Examples:
variable
Variable
  • Symbols or letters used to represent an unknown
  • Examples:

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Term
  • How many items are being added, subtracted, divided
  • Examples:

3

4

like terms
Like Terms
  • Same variable raised to the same power
  • Examples:
coefficient
Coefficient
  • The number in front of a variable
  • Examples:

123

9

1

exponent
Exponent
  • The number up in the air next to a base
  • The number of times you multiply something times itself
  • Examples:

3

1

4

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Base
  • What the exponent sits on
  • The part that has been raised to a power
  • Examples:

2

x

y

constant
Constant
  • A number that has no variable
  • It can be positive or negative
  • Examples:

-42

5

-8

factors
Factors
  • Items that are being multiplied together
  • Can be numbers, variables, parenthesis
  • Examples:

1 and 6…. Or 2 and 3

9 and x and y

(x + 2) and (y – 3)

3 and (z – 9)

order of operations
Order of Operations
  • Simplify inside parenthesis
  • Take care of exponents
  • In order from left to right, multiplication or division
  • In order from left to right, addition or subtraction
  • Examples:

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addition
ADDITION
  • Sum
  • Plus
  • Add
  • More Than
  • Increased
  • Together
subtraction
SUBTRACTION
  • Difference
  • Minus
  • Decreased
  • Less Than (swaps the order)
  • Take away
division
DIVISION
  • Quotient
  • Half
  • Divide by
multiplication
MULTIPLICATION
  • Product
  • Twice
  • Double
  • Triple
  • Times
exponents
EXPONENTS
  • Square
  • Cubed
  • To the power of
  • Raised to a power
translate
Translate

The sum of a number and 10

x + 10

translate1
Translate

The product of 9 and x squared

9x2

translate2
Translate

9 less than g to the fourth power

g4 – 9

translate3
Translate

8 + 3x

Eight increased by three times a number

cw hw
CW/HW

WORKSHEET

Identifying Parts and Translating Expressions Practice

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