In this lesson, students learn how to transfer a verbal expression to an algebraic expression by identifying keywords that indicate mathematical operations such as addition, multiplication, division, and subtraction. The teacher provides an example of solving a problem using the keywords and shows how to translate them into algebraic expressions. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to write algebraic expressions for verbal expressions using their understanding of keywords and mathematical operations.
Transferring a verbal expression to an algebraic expression
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Questions answered by this video:
How do I translate an expression written with words into an algebraic expression?
How do I write 91 more than the square of a number algebraically?
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This lesson shows an example of how to translate an expression that is written with words into an expression written algebraically.