Topic 3  Numeric and Algebraic Expressions
Standard: MAFS.6.EE.A  Apply and extend previous understandings of arithmetic and numerical expressions to greatest common factors, least common multiplies, and algebraic expressions.
31: Understand and Represent Exponents
Objectives:
 I can write expressions using wholenumber exponents to represent realword and mathematical problems.
 I can evaluate expressions with wholenumber exponents.
 How can you write and evaluate numbers with exponents?
 base
 evaluate
 exponent
 power
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32: Find Greatest Common Factor and Least Common Multiple
Objectives:
 I can find the prime factorization of a whole number.
 I can find the greatest common factor (GCF) and the least common multiple (LCM) of two whole numbers.
 I can use the GCF and the Distributive Property to add.
 I can use the GCF and the LCM to solve problems.
 How can you write the prime factorization and find the greatest common factor and the least common multiple of two numbers?
 composite numbers
 factor tree
 greatest common factor (GCF)
 least common multiple (LCM)
 prime factorization
 prime number
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33: Write and Evaluate Numerical Expressions
Objectives:
 I can evaluate expressions using the order of operations.
 I can insert grouping symbols in a numerical expression to affect the value of the expression.
 How do you write and evaluate numerical expressions?
 numerical expression



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34: Write Algebraic Expressions
Objectives:
 I can write an algebraic expression to model a pattern.
 I can write an algebraic expression from a word phrase.
 I can use precise mathematical language when identifying parts of an expression.
 What is a variable?
 What is a coefficient?
 How can you write an algebraic expression?
 algebraic expression
 coefficient
 term
 variable


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35: Evaluate Algebraic Expressions
Objectives:
 I can evaluate algebraic expressions, including those with whole numbers, decimals, and fractions.
 How can I evaluate an algebraic expression?
 substitution


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36 Generate Equivalent Expressions
Objectives:
 I can write equivalent algebraic expressions.
 I can identify equivalent algebraic expressions.
 I can justify whether two expressions are equivalent.
 What are equivalent expressions?
 How can I find out if two expressions are equivalent?
 equivalent expressions
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37: Simplify Algebraic Expressions
Objectives:
 I can use properties of operations to simplify algebraic expressions by combining like terms.
 How can you simplify algebraic expressions?
 like terms
 simplify


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