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Math 7  Module 1A  Lesson 3  Prove Proportional or Not
Uploaded by Wing Leung.

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Math7 day2  Lesson 6
Lesson 6 Combining Like Terms that include fractions
Uploaded Mar 25, 2020
This is a big lesson
If you can finish in 1 day  great
But, you need more time, another day  take it... 
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Algebra 1  Slope Intercept Form
Objective
Uploaded Apr 22, 2020
1) Identify Slope and YIntercept from an Equation in Slope Intercept Form
a) be able to (re)write and equation into Slope Intercept Form, if given a Linear Equation not in Slope Intercept Form
2) Write the Equation of a Line in Slope Intercept Form given
a) the slope and yintercept
b) the graph of a line
c) two points (that exist) on the line
3) Graph a Line given the Equation of a Line (in Slope Intercept Form) 
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PreAlgebra 1.4  Ordered Pairs and Relations
Be able to graph a set of ordered pairs (x, y)
Uploaded Sep 02, 2020
Be able to place a set of ordered pairs into a TChart
Find Domain and Range 
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Math 7  Simplifying a Complex Ratio
Simplifying a Complex Ratio aka a Complex Fraction.
Uploaded Dec 11, 2020
A Complex Ratio is a Ratio to a Ratio
To Simplify a Complex Ratio, convert the complex ratio into a division expression
The division expression will be dividing two fractions
Dividing two fractions is to
convert the division into multiplication
and multiply by the Reciprocal aka the Multiplicative Inverse 
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Math 7 Module 1A  Lesson 4  Proportional or NonProportional using a TChart
Fill in TChart Values (using y = kx, when proportional)
Uploaded Sep 02, 2020
Prove data is proportional or nonproportional by finding/using k = y/x