Young scholars estimate how much change they would receive if they paid for a $31.27 radio with a $50 bill. They explain their thinking. They practice determining correct change when making purchases.
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Fill It Up, Please - Part I (Option B)
Childhood's fond memories of beachy days building sandcastles get the algebraic treatment in this rate-of-change investigation and problem set. Learners model filling rectangular prisms with sand, then discuss the meaning and effect of...
9th - 10th Math CCSS: Designed
Graphs of Linear Functions and Rate of Change
Discover an important property of linear functions. Learners use the slope formula to calculate the rates of change of linear functions. They find that linear functions have constant rates of change and use this property to determine if...
8th Math CCSS: Designed