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Properties and Vocabulary In addition to ALL previously learned properties, you should know the following multiplication properties: the commutative property, the associative property, the DPMA/S, the identity property, the zero product property, and the inverse property for integers. Be able to identify the property being used in equations. Be able to create examples of specified properties. Use the properties when simplifying, solving, and/or evaluating. II.

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Fractions Be able to simplify, solve, and/or evaluate equations with fractions. Be able to convert mixed numbers to improper fractions. Decimals Be able to simplify, solve, and/or evaluate equations with decimal numbers. IV.

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Integers Be able to follow rules for positive and negative numbers, variables, and fractions. Rate Factor Be able to solve simple problems using rate factors. Be able to cancel units as well as numbers. VI.

Scale Be able to apply a scale factor or magnitude change to both shapes (graphing as needed) and amounts. VII.

Variables Be able to multiply variables. Be able to simplify a power of a power. Be able to simplify variables with coefficients. VIII.

Distributive Property Be able to simplify expressions and evaluate equations which include DPMA and DPMS. IX.

Word Problems Be able to translate, and solve word problems using multiplication.