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Proficiency Level
Description of Standard
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4.0
Justify through algebraic proof the process for solving multi-step linear equations.
You are able to explain verbally or through written work how to solve a linear equation with algebraic steps.
3.0
Understand the process for solving multi-step equations and inequalities (using algebraic properties).
You can solve multi-step equations using algebraic properties (commutative, distributive, associative). You are able to solve word problems of the form px+q>r or p(x+q)<r where p, q, and r are specific rational numbers.
2.0
Knows the terms: solution, no solution, identity, algebraic properties, identity for addition/multiplication, properties of equality, multiplicative property of zero, property of reciprocals, and additive inverse.
You are able to define and give examples of the terms: solution, no solution and identity. Identify algebraic properties: identify for addition/multiplication, properties of equality, multiplication property of zero, property of reciprocals, and additive inverse.
1.0
With help...has the 2.0 content.
You can tell me the definitions with my help.

Note Sheet:

Level 2
This link gives you a basic overview of many algebraic properties (commutative, distributive, associative).
Review of Algebraic Properties

Think link will give you an example of solutions and problems that have no solutions.
Understanding Solutions

This link will help you understand the identity property in math.
Understanding the Identity Property

This link will help you understand properties of equality.
Understanding Properties of Equality

Zero is an interesting number. Here is an explanation of the multiplicative property of zero.
Understanding Zero

This link will give you examples and explain the reciprocal property.
Understanding the Reciprocal Property

This link will help you understand how the additive inverse property works.
Understanding the Additive Inverse Property

Level 3
Level three uses everything we learned from level two and applies it to solving multi step equations.
Solving Multi Step Equations