Q: How will you take algebra critical thinking skills to the real world and become a more proficient problem solver?

A: Algebra can be a powerful set of tools for representing situations, analyzing mathematical relationships, making generalizations and solving problems. [ It can extend well beyond the limited types of problems once filling traditional algebra texts to serving as a set of approaches in a student's mathematical toolkit. Today, algebra can be used to deal with data and make predictions. It can be

used to model sophisticated situations from science, social studies or economics, to name a few. If we do our job well to develop algebraic thinking across the grades, American students will never be heard to say that they had no use for algebra. Rather, they will incorporate algebraic techniques into their broader mathematical thinking to deal with everyday life as well as advanced applications in mathematics and science.
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