# Ch 14: Elementary Math: Algebraic Concepts

Review elementary algebra concepts with this useful study guide chapter. These simple lessons and practice quizzes offer you a quick way to refresh your math knowledge for the classroom or an upcoming teacher certification test.

## Elementary Math: Algebraic Concepts - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, you'll review elementary math lessons that discuss foundational algebraic concepts. As you work through these simple lessons, you'll review the steps that are involved in expressing relationships as algebraic expressions, evaluating math formulas, writing numerical expressions and solving a different types of algebra problems. When you're finished with the chapter, you'll know how to teach elementary students about:

• Solving algebraic expressions and equations
• Combining like terms in algebraic expressions
• Finding/classifying arithmetic sequences
• Defining and writing linear equations
• Using linear equations to solve math problems
• Explaining the concept of an inequality
• Graphing one-variable inequalities

To practice solving a variety of algebra problems, try the chapter's lesson quizzes and comprehensive multiple-choice exam. Each video lesson comes with a printable transcript that's useful for taking notes or following along with the lesson narrator. Our experts are happy to answer any questions you may have about the material, so don't hesitate to reach out! The chapter is also available online around-the-clock and accessible on any device that has an Internet connection.

12 Lessons in Chapter 14: Elementary Math: Algebraic Concepts
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