Substituting Values into Expressions and Solving:

1. Rewrite the expression with the assigned values

2. Solve (or evaluate)

Students received some sample problems, which they glued into their notes.

1. Rewrite the expression with the assigned values

2. Solve (or evaluate)

Students received some sample problems, which they glued into their notes.

Simplifying Expressions Checklist:

1) Can I distribute? If the answer to the following two questions is 'yes,' then I can distribute:

1) Can I distribute? If the answer to the following two questions is 'yes,' then I can distribute:

- Is there a multiplication sign directly outside the parentheses?
- Is there an addition or subtraction sign inside the parentheses?

- Do I have addition and/or subtraction signs in my expression?
- Do I have like terms in need of combining?

Exploring the distributive Property: Students received notes to glue in

Algebra Properties: Students received a list of 10 properties (with examples) to glue into their notebooks

Algebra Vocabulary: Students received notes to glue in

Comparing/Ordering Fractions, Decimals and Percents:

- When you receive a list of numbers, convert them so that they are all in the same form. In other words, turn all the numbers into decimals OR turn all the numbers into fractions with a common denominator OR turn all the numbers into percents.
- Order the numbers from least to greatest or greatest to least
- Place numbers on a number line if asked to do so

Absolute Value: Students received Absolute Value notes to glue into their notebooks

Converting among Fractions, Decimals, and Percents Notes - glued into notebooks

Dividing Fractions Notes - students received a packet

Multiplying Fractions Notes - students received a packet

Subtracting Fractions - 10/19

1. Stack the fractions vertically with the largest number up top.

2. Find an LCD if necessary.

3. Complete the equivalent fractions.

4. Subtract fractions using regrouping if necessary; subtract whole numbers.

5. Simplify your answer.

1. Stack the fractions vertically with the largest number up top.

2. Find an LCD if necessary.

3. Complete the equivalent fractions.

4. Subtract fractions using regrouping if necessary; subtract whole numbers.

5. Simplify your answer.

Adding Fractions Notes - 10/18

1. Stack the fractions vertically.

2. Find a common denominator (the LCD).

3. Complete your equivalent fractions.

4. Add the fractions; add the whole numbers.

5. Simplify your answer.

1. Stack the fractions vertically.

2. Find a common denominator (the LCD).

3. Complete your equivalent fractions.

4. Add the fractions; add the whole numbers.

5. Simplify your answer.

1. Ignore the decimal points, and multiply like the numbers are whole numbers.

2. Count the digits to the right of the decimal points in the problem.

3. This is how many digits you need to the right of the decimal point in your answer.

**Multiplying Decimals - 10/4**1. Ignore the decimal points, and multiply like the numbers are whole numbers.

2. Count the digits to the right of the decimal points in the problem.

3. This is how many digits you need to the right of the decimal point in your answer.

**DIVISIBILITY LAWS 9/15**

2 Last digit is even

5 Last digit is a 5 or 0

10 Last digit is a 0

3 Sum of digits is divisible by 3

6 Number is divisible by 3 AND 2

9 Sum of digits is divisible by 9

4 Last 2 digits form a number divisible by 4

8 Last 3 digits form a number divisible by 8

**LONG DIVISION - 8/31**

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**D**__onkeys Multiply__

**M**__mell Subtract__

**S**__ad Bring Down__

**B**__metimes Start Over__

**SO**