2

1

Keywords:

equality

equivalence

number sentences

Students draw in the correct number of blocks needed to balance some scales and write equations for scales that show balance.

2

1

Keywords:

equality

equivalence

number sentences

2

4

Keywords:

addition

equality

Students explore the concept of equality by deciding whether addition sentences are true, false or not proper number sentences.

2

2

Keywords:

equal to

equality

greater than

less than

Students select the correct symbol or the correct number to make number sentences true.

4

3

Keywords:

algebraic expressions

linear equations

Students solve mathematical problems involving distance, and identify parts of an algebraic expression.

4

11

Keywords:

algebraic expressions

Students select an appropriate simple algebraic expression for a number of different situations.

5

5

Keywords:

algebraic expressions

formulation

Students select the correct algebraic expression describing practical situations.

2

0

Keywords:

equal to

equations

greater than

less than

nemp

Students complete inequations by identifying the number or symbol needed to make the expression correct.

4

3

Keywords:

algebraic expressions

pronumerals

Students select the correct expression to describe word problems.

3

1

Keywords:

addition

commutativity

equality

Students use the commutative property to find missing numbers in equations and explain the property.

4

1

Keywords:

linear equations

money

multiplication

problem solving

Students calculate the number of different coins in a given amount of money.

4

2

Keywords:

linear equations

pronumerals

rules

Students describe a variable in a linear equation, solve the equation, and complete a second equation relating to weights.

2

1

Keywords:

equal to

greater than

less than

Students select from 'less than', 'equal to', and 'greater than' to complete word equations about food amounts.

5

1

Keywords:

breakeven points

graph interpretation

linear equations

table interpretation

work samples

Students use tables, graphs, and equations to find the break-even point for two companies who charge for postage according to different rules.

5

0

Keywords:

algebraic expressions

linear equations

number sentences

Students write and solve linear equations for story problems related to a school dance.

5

0

Keywords:

linear equations

pronumerals

Students explain the variables in a linear equation involving speed and distance. They then solve the equation by substitution.

4

1

Keywords:

algebraic expressions

linear equations

story problems

Students solve mathematical problems and identify the linear equation that represents the situation.

5

1

Keywords:

breakeven points

graph interpretation

linear equations

Students interpret a graph of taxi company charges to show which company is cheaper and complete a rule for each company's charges. They also identify the distance at which each company charges the same amount.

3

4

5

Keywords:

division

equations

multiplication

Students work out the correct answers to arithmetic problems given an incorrect solution.

5

2

Keywords:

breakeven points

linear equations

money

Students compare the costs of printing a school magazine at two different companies.

5

0

Keywords:

linear equations

substitution

Students write and solve linear equations to describe cooking times.

4

1

Keywords:

linear equations

number sentences

Students solve and write simple linear equations about the number of balls in a cylinder.

5

1

Keywords:

gradients

intercepts

linear equations

Students identify the different parts of algebraic expressions for the cost of repairing televisions.

5

1

Keywords:

formulation

linear equations

Students write and solve equations for story problems describing practical situations.

2

1

Keywords:

equal to

greater than

less than

Students select the correct symbol (greater than, equal to, less than) to complete statements about the number of lollies in a bag.

5

0

Keywords:

linear equations

substitution

Students use substitution to calculate the cost and length of time taken to repair washing machines, and formulate and solve a related linear equation.