In this algebra instructional activity, students divide the area within each outline into smaller regions to show ones, tens, and hundreds. Then they write the mathematical statement length x width = area for each picture using expanded notation.
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Writing and Interpreting Inequality Statements Involving Rational Numbers
Statements often have multiple interpretations — but not these inequality statements. Scholars compare rational numbers and write inequality statements symbolically. The lesson includes problems that require comparing three numbers.
6th Math CCSS: Designed
Interpreting A Line Graph - Practice Problems 15.3
In this interpreting a line graph worksheet, students read a graph and answer a question. Students are taken through the problem solving process by being asked to understand, plan, solve and look back at the end of the worksheet and...
5th - 7th Math
Solve Word Problems by Creating and Interpreting Line Plots
A line plot can be used to solve word problems and to track and interpret scientific data. The class is presented with a data set that tracks the growth of a plant. They will see how the information is plotted on a line plot and then...
4 mins 4th - 5th Math CCSS: Designed
Interpret Division as an Unknown Factor Problem Using a Bar Model
Bar models are great for describing so many different mathematical concepts. Here, a bar model is used to define a division problems as an unknown factor problem and to show the relationship between multiplication and division. Learners...
4 mins 3rd - 4th Math CCSS: Designed