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Fourth - Number, money and measure
Standard 4.NS.1.11 - Evaluate variable inequalities.
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.