Section 1.2 Translating Verbal Phrases into Mathematical Operations
A1.1.6 Simplify numerical expressions, including those involving radicals and absolute value;
A1.1.4 Solve simple equations in one variable using inverse relationships between operations such as addition and subtraction (taking the opposite), multiplication and division (multiplying by the reciprocal), raising to a power and taking a root;
A1.3.6 Represent linear relationships graphically, algebraically (including the slopeintercept form) and verbally and relate a change in the slope or the yintercept to its effect on the various representations;
A1.3.11 Apply and use linear equations and/or inequalities as mathematical representations of proportional relationships to solve problem; including rate problems, work problems, and percent mixture problems;
A1.1.4 Solve simple equations in one variable using inverse relationships between operations such as addition and subtraction (taking the opposite), multiplication and division (multiplying by the reciprocal), raising to a power and taking a root;
A1.3.6 Represent linear relationships graphically, algebraically (including the slopeintercept form) and verbally and relate a change in the slope or the yintercept to its effect on the various representations;
A1.3.11 Apply and use linear equations and/or inequalities as mathematical representations of proportional relationships to solve problem; including rate problems, work problems, and percent mixture problems;
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