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Ch 14: SBA Math - Grade 7: Basic Algebraic Expressions

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There are several steps for translating algebraic expressions, and these lessons can reacquaint your students with that process. Help your students relearn key terms listed on the transcripts as they prepare for the SBA Mathematics - Grade 7 exam.

SBA Math - Grade 7: Basic Algebraic Expressions - Chapter Summary

Turning mathematical operation problems into algebraic expressions is a fundamental step for understanding algebra. Through assigning our video lessons to your students, you can refresh their memories about the steps for this basic algebraic procedure. Questions on the SBA Mathematics - Grade 7 exam will determine whether your students can create algebraic expressions out of the following types of mathematical statements:

  • Addition
  • Multiplication
  • Subtraction
  • Division

Show the videos to your entire class, or have students work on their own or in groups to go through the lessons and respond to the available quizzes. If you want to construct a keyword list, the lesson transcripts have the major terms in bold lettering, and some of those terms are hyperlinked to other lessons that could provide you with additional information. Each of our lessons are brief in duration, and each lesson is centered on one key topic, which makes it easier to go through our lesson menu titles and find exactly what you need.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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