Ch 26: AEPA Middle Grades Math: Writing Algebraic Expressions

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With our engaging video lessons you can review all the important strategies for writing algebraic expressions in preparation for the AEPA Middle Grades Math exam. The quick quizzes that come with every lesson can gauge your accomplishments.

AEPA Middle Grades Math: Writing Algebraic Expressions - Chapter Summary

Future takers of the AEPA Middle Grades Math exam can review the basic methods for writing algebraic expressions in this set of fun video lessons. By the time you've completed the chapter, you should be able to do the following:

  • Translate an addition statement into an algebraic expression
  • Turn subtraction sentences into algebraic format
  • Translate multiplication statements into algebraic expressions
  • Change a division sentence into an algebra expression

Our video lessons are created by experienced instructors who are subject-matter experts in their fields. If you complete the brief, self-assessment quiz that accompanies each lesson, you can gauge your readiness for the licensure exam. Use the videos as many times as you need, or read the print transcripts with bolded terms and headings, if you prefer.

AEPA Middle Grades Math: Writing Algebraic Expressions - Chapter Objectives

Approximately 33% of the exam relates to algebra and functions topics. The test objectives require you to attach appropriate algebraic notation to sentences and phrases, in addition to manipulating algebraic expressions. Four hours and 15 minutes are allowed for completion of the test's 150 multiple-choice items. Our short quizzes with multiple-choice questions offer valuable practice for test day.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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