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Interpreting negative number statements | Practice matching addition and subtraction equations to real-world scenarios. |

Order of operations with negative numbers | Practice evaluating expressions using the order of operations. Numbers used in these problems may be negative. |

Writing proportions | Practice writing proportions to describe real-world situations. |

Absolute value to find distance | Practice taking the absolute value of the difference of two numbers to find the distance between those numbers. Apply this principle to solve word problems. |

Proportional relationships: graphs | Practice telling whether or not the relationship between two quantities is proportional by looking at a graph of the relationship. |

Area and circumference of circles challenge | Practice interesting area and circumference problems. |

Combining like terms with negative coefficients & distribution | Practice combining like terms using the distributive property. These problems involve adding and subtracting negative numbers. |

Area and circumference of parts of circles | Practice finding the area or circumference of part of a circle. |

Markup and commission word problems | Practice solving word problems involving price markups and commission fees. |

Number equations & number lines | Practice writing addition and subtraction equations to match number line diagrams. |

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Negative signs in fractions | Practice rewriting fractions with positive and negative denominators. |

Quadrilateral angles | Find missing angle measures in quadrilaterals. |

Two-step equations with decimals and fractions | Practice solving equations that take two steps to solve. These problems involve arithmetic with fractions and decimals. |

Interpret numeric expressions | Practice working through addition and subtraction problems using the number line. |

Vertical angles | Use your knowledge about vertical angles to find missing angle measures. |

Absolute value to find distance challenge | Solve conceptually challenging absolute value problems. In order to succeed at these problems, you'll need to remember that the absolute value of the difference of two numbers is the distance between those numbers. |

Dividing mixed numbers | Practice dividing mixed numbers. Numbers in these problems may be positive or negative. |

The distributive property with variables | Factor expressions like 3x-9 by applying the distributive property. (All expressions in this exercise are linear binomials.) |

Substitution with negative numbers | Practice plugging in values to evaluate negative number addition and subtraction expressions. |