Learn how to use the Distributive Property to simplify expressions.
Use the distributive property to write equivalent numerical and algebraic expressions
Explains the distributive property and provides examples on how to use the distributive property.
Simplifying a (b + c)" and "(b + c) a" Expressions"
Simplifying a (b - c)" and "(b - c) a" Expressions"
Simplifying -a (b + c)" and "(b + c) Ã (-a)" expressions"
Simplifying -a (b - c)" and "(b - c) Ã (-a)" expressions"
Translating Verbal Phrases Into Algebraic Expressions
Practice Expressions and the Distributive Property questions
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Expressions and the Distributive Property.
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Predict and connect new information with prior knowledge of a concept. The KWL Chart can be used to brainstorm prior knowledge, generate questions about a given topic, and organize knowledge as well recall what has been read.
Students will apply their understanding of the distributive property by proving it with an example of selling candy bars.
Discover how the distributive property can help you determine how much you will spend on food for an event.
This study guide defines variable, variable expression, and variable equation. It also reviews properties of real numbers (commutative, associative, additive identity, multiplicative identity, distributive) and the order of operations.
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Expressions and the Distributive Property.