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Ch 16: SBA Math - Grade 7: Algebraic Distribution

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Remind students how to simplify equations through the algebraic process of distribution, as shown in these lessons. Help students bone up for the SBA Mathematics - Grade 7 exam by pointing out the formulas and key terms in the transcripts.

SBA Math - Grade 7: Algebraic Distribution - Chapter Summary

Allow your students to view these video lessons and let them rediscover the algebraic distribution process. If you want to improve the chances of your students doing well on the SBA Mathematics - Grade 7 exam, give them additional support by guiding them through the chapter materials so that they can learn more about the following:

  • The logic behind why distribution is the first step
  • How to distribute negative and positive signs
  • Rules for distribution with variables and numbers
  • Transforming negative exponents into fractions
  • Fractional powers
  • Distribution steps for one or more terms

Our chapter materials provide your students with an additional resource that can be used inside and outside of the classroom. As students get ready to take the SBA Mathematics - Grade 7 exam, they can brush up on their skills by looking at the video lessons. All of our videos are extremely short, so students should be able to stay focused while remaining fully engaged in the education experience. Since everything on our site is viewable on all devices with an Internet connection, your students can take our study materials practically anywhere. Quizzes and the chapter exam are also on the site, so you can assess your students' progress while they get in some extra practice for answering questions on the exam.

7 Lessons in Chapter 16: SBA Math - Grade 7: Algebraic Distribution
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Why Do We Distribute in Algebra? - Explanation & Examples

1. Why Do We Distribute in Algebra? - Explanation & Examples

What's the purpose of distribution in algebra? In this lesson, we'll find out why we distribute. We'll also look at examples and sample problems that involve basic distribution.

Distributing First vs. Adding First: Differences & Examples

2. Distributing First vs. Adding First: Differences & Examples

When we need to simplify an expression, how do we know if we should distribute first or add first? In this lesson, we'll look at when this matters and how to make the best decision.

Distributing Positive and Negative Signs

3. Distributing Positive and Negative Signs

It's not just numbers and variables that get distributed. Positive and negative signs can, too. In this lesson, we'll learn how to distribute positive and negative signs correctly.

Distributing Algebraic Expressions with Numbers and Variables

4. Distributing Algebraic Expressions with Numbers and Variables

So, you can simplify an algebraic expression when you need to distribute a number? Great! But what if you need to distribute a variable or a variable with an exponent? Learn how in this lesson.

Changing Negative Exponents to Fractions

5. Changing Negative Exponents to Fractions

A negative exponent isn't like a normal exponent. In this lesson, we'll learn about negative exponents and how they lead us to fractions. We'll practice with numbers and variables.

Working With Fractional Powers

6. Working With Fractional Powers

If you know what to do with 3 to the second power, then you understand exponents. But what if the exponent is a fraction? Find out what to do with fractional powers in this lesson.

Distribution of More Than One Term in Algebra

7. Distribution of More Than One Term in Algebra

Once we've mastered distributing a single term, it's time to raise the stakes. In this lesson, we'll learn how about distribution involving two, three and even more terms.

Chapter Practice Exam
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