## Algebra Periods 2, 5 Wednesday

Students continued practice with solving equations by working more puzzles. All work on both yellow puzzles must be shown on graph paper. Due next class: Both yellow puzzles.

MSA mathxl unit 3 due Thursday, 4/13.

Students continued practice with solving equations by working more puzzles. All work on both yellow puzzles must be shown on graph paper. Due next class: Both yellow puzzles.

MSA mathxl unit 3 due Thursday, 4/13.

I can write equations for linear, inverse, exponential, and quadratic problem situations.

I can justify that expressions are equivalent.

I can solve multi-step equations by using the properties of equality and can check my answer by plugging the value into the original equation.

I can use substitution to solve equations with multiple variables.

I can solve a system of equations by setting the equations equal to eachother (substitution).

I can explain what a solution means in the context of a problem situation.

I can solve for volume of cylinders, spheres, and cones and mathematically justify the relationship between the three figures.

I can solve one-step, two-step and multi-step equations with real numbers.

I can justify my answer by showing each step, “doing to one side what I do to the other”.

I can correctly check my answer by plugging the value back into the equation and showing that both sides are balanced.