Student statisticians calculate ratios to determine how many shades of green were mixed by Ms. Baca's art class. They graph the number of blue parts against the number of yellow parts for each combination and discover that some produce the exact same shade of green.
- Real-world application of ratios shows how practical they can be, even in art
- Designed to address Common Core State Standards in seventh grade math
- Incorporates problem solving and graphical representation
- Teacher commentary notes included