# Ch 5: FSA - Grade 6 Math: Algebraic Equations

Allow us to teach your child everything they need to know about statistics and probability. This chapter will thoroughly explain the concepts related to this area of mathematics that they'll need to know when taking the FSA Grade 6 Math exam.

## FSA Grade 6 Math: Algebraic Equations - Chapter Summary

This chapter includes lessons covering everything your student will need to know about algebraic equations for the FSA Grade 6 Math exam, including inverse operations, writing and solving equations, and linear inequalities. This chapter will show your student how to:

• Write and solve addition, subtraction, multiplication and division equations
• Write and solve one-variable equations
• Solve one-step linear inequalities
• Plotting points to graph functions

Instructors will thoroughly explain each topic and walk your child through the process of solving algebraic equations on their own. Video lessons and self-assessment quizzes make material fun and easy to understand, which will help them retain what they've learned.

### FSA Grade 6 Math: Algebraic Equations Chapter Objectives

The FSA Grade 6 Math exam measures student knowledge of mathematics and ensures they're meeting state education standards. FSA exams are used to measure academic progress and standards compliance in various areas of academics. The Algebraic Equations chapter of this study guide covers topics found on the expressions and equations portion of the FSA exam, one of four sections. The majority of questions in this section are multiple choice.

7 Lessons in Chapter 5: FSA - Grade 6 Math: Algebraic Equations
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