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Fourth - Number, money and measure

Standard 4.NS.1.11 - Practice solving two step linear equations.

Included Skills:

Expressions and equations
Having explored the distributive law in practical contexts, I can simplify, multiply and evaluate simple algebraic terms involving a bracket.
I can find the factors of algebraic terms, use my understanding to identify common factors and apply this to factorise expressions.
Having discussed the benefits of using mathematics to model real-life situations, I can construct and solve inequalities and an extended range of equations.
Expands brackets using the distributive law and simplifies.
Solves an extended range of linear equations involving the distributive law, for example, ax ± b = cx ± d, where a, b, c and d are integers.
Solves linear inequalities, including on simple closed intervals.
Solves problems by expressing the given information appropriately as an equation, in-equation or formula.
Evaluates algebraic expressions involving a bracket.
Factorises expressions with a numeric common factor.

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