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7 A&F 1.1 OBJECTIVE Use variables & operations to write an expression We LOVE Mathematical Language!!!

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7 A&F 1.1 Mathematical Language of Addition Add Combine Increase, increase by More, more than Plus Sum Together Total

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7 A&F 1.1 Mathematical Language of Subtraction Decrease, decrease by Difference, difference of, difference between Fewer, fewer than Take away, take away from From Less, less than Minus Subtract

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7 A&F 1.1 Mathematical Language of Multiplication Multiply, multiply by Of Product Times

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7 A&F 1.1 Mathematical Language of Division Divide, divide by Out of Ratio Share equally Per Quotient Percent

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7 A&F 1.1 Mathematical Language for “Equals” in Equations Are Gives Equals Is / Was / Were Will be Yields Is the same as

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7 A&F 1.1 Mathematical Language Found in Inequalities less than is smaller than less than or equal to is at most must not exceed up to greater than or equal to is at least at most greater than is more than must exceed

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7 A&F 1.1 Identify “Addition” Language 1. An unknown number plus one. 2. Increase a number by two. 3. Three more than a number is four. 4. The sum of two numbers equals ten. 5. Sum a number with five and then add four. 6. Combine an unknown number and six. 7. The total of seven and an unknown number is six. 8. Put a number together with eight to get sixteen.

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7 A&F 1.1 Identify “Subtraction” Language 1. A number decreased by one. 2. Find the difference between one and two. 3. What is three fewer than four? 4. Two less than three gives one. 5. Four minus five is an unknown number. 6. What is six from seven? 7. Subtract six from seven. 8. 6 less than a number

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7 A&F 1.1 Identify “Multiplication” Language 1. A number multiplied by one. 2. Find ten of the result from problem one. 3. Find the product of three and the answer to problem two. 4. One times two times three times four is 24.

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7 A&F 1.1 Identify “Division” Language 1. The ratio of ten to twenty. 2. Two out of five did well. 3. The quotient of three and an unknown number. 4. Some number divided by four. 5. What percent is five students out of 25 students?

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7 A&F 1.1 Identify Equation Language 1. The quotient of two numbers gives ten. 2. Two plus three is five. 3. The quotient of six and three will be two. 4. Some number divided by four yields five. 5. Twenty percent of what number equals four. 6. The sums of one with two and two with one are both three.

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7 A&F 1.1 Identify Inequality Language 1. The sum of two numbers must not exceed ten. 2. An unknown number is smaller than two. 3. The quotient of six and a number is at least ten. 4. Some number divided by four is at most five. 5. A number is more than four. 6. My income must exceed $15,000 for me to survive!

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7 A&F 1.1 We LOVE Mathematical Language!!!

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