**Topic 4 - Represent and Solve Equations and Inequalities**

Standard: MAFS.6.EE.B - Reason about and solve one-variable equations and inequalities

Standard: MAFS.6.EE.C - Represent and analyze quantitative relationships between dependent and independent variables

Standard: MAFS.6.EE.C - Represent and analyze quantitative relationships between dependent and independent variables

## 4-1: Understand Equations and Solutions

Objectives:

- I can identify equations and variables.
- I can use substitution to find solutions to equations.

- How can you determine whether a given number makes an equation true?

- equation
- solution of an equation

## 4-2: Apply Properties of Equality

Objectives:

- I can use the properties of equality to keep both sides of an equation equal.
- I can identify which properties of equality are used to write equivalent expressions.

- How can you use the properties of equality to write equivalent equations?

- Addition Property of Equality
- Subtraction Property of Equality
- Multiplication Property of Equality
- Division Property of Equality

Anchor chart: Copy the "Key Concept" on page 186 in your Pearson book.

## 4-3: Write and Solve Addition and Subtraction Equations

Objective:

- I can write one-variable addition and subtraction equations.
- I can use inverse relationships and properties of equality to solve one-step addition and subtraction equations.

- How can you write and solve an addition or subtraction equation?

- inverse relationship

## 4-4: Write and Solve Multiplication and Division Equations

Objective:

- I can write one-variable multiplication and division equations.
- I can use inverse relationships and properties of equality to solve one-step multiplication and division equations.

- How can you write and solve a multiplication or division equation?

- None

## 4-5: Write and Solve Equations with Rational Numbers

Objective:

- I can write and solve equations that involve fraction, decimals, and mixed numbers.

- How can you write and solve equations involving rational numbers?

- none

## MID TOPIC ASSESSMENT TIME

## 4-6: Understand and Write Inequalities

Objectives:

- I can understand the symbols required to write an inequality.
- I can write inequalities to describe mathematical or real-world situations.

- How can you write an inequality to describe a situation?

- inequality

Anchor Charts: TBD

## 4-7: Solve Inequalities

Objectives:

- I can describe solutions to an inequality.
- I can represent solutions to an inequality on a numberline.

- How can you represent the solutions of an inequality?

- None

Anchor Charts: TBD

## 4-8: Understand Dependent and Independent Variables

Objective:

- I can identify dependent variables.
- I can identify independent variables.

- What does it mean for one variables to be dependent on another variable?

- dependent variables
- independent variable

Anchor Charts: TBD

## 4-9: Use Patterns to Write and Solve Equations

Objectives:

- I can analyze the relationships between variables by using tables.
- I can write equations to represent the relationships between variables.

- How can you use a pattern to write and solve an equation?

- none

Anchor chart: TBD

## 4-10: Relate Tables, Graphs, and Equations

Objective:

- I can analyze the relationship between dependent and independent variables using tables, graphs, and equations.

- How can you analyze the relationship between dependent and independent variables using tables, graphs, and equations?

- None

Anchor Charts: TBD