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# Math E-Activities 6-9

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Students will use a Reflect/View to place the reflected image of a hat onto the head of Rabbit Ray. Students will discover that the line along which the mirror is placed to reflect the hat onto the head is a line of symmetry. more
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Students will determine the length of their paces and use them to calculate how many steps they would need to take to walk the Oregon Trail. Source: Through the Eyes of the Explorers more
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Students will conduct a survey, create a circle graph that displays the results of the survey and use a percentage necklace to construct a circle graph. Source: Statistics and Probability more
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Students will generate a graph by using the diameters and circumferences of round objects, study the scatter plot to discover the proportional relationship, use numeric data from the graph to approximate the value of pi, and determine a formula f... more
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Students view a rectangle and see how much of their field of vision is blocked. From their observations, students will develop a concept of proportionality as well as see the relationship of linear and area growth. Source: Through the Eyes of t... more
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Students will recognize the relationship between the outcome of a procedure to its input, and become skilled at working backwards numerically through a multiple-step procedure using inverse operations. more
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Students will use a balance to discover which of eight identical-looking canisters has less mass than the others, and discover a way to consistently do this in only two trials. Source: Problem Solving: Just for the Fun of It! more
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Students will drop balls from measured heights and measure the height of the bounce, make a scatterplot of the data to identify the correlation, and make an equation to model the relationship of bounce height to drop height. Source: Statistics ... more
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Students will find the fraction of free throws made by each of the five starters for a basketball team after the first 14 games of the season, understand how that fraction can be used to predict how each player will perform at the free throw line... more
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Students will collect and graph discrete data, identify independent and dependent variables, slopes and proportional relationships, write linear function rules for each stack of books, and use linear equations to determine when the stacks will be... more
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Students will collect and graph discrete data, discover the relationships of linear functions to a real-world situation and write a linear function rule for the data. Source: Looking at Lines more
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Students will learn to describe the dimensions of a rectangle with two binomials, learn that the product of two binomials is a trinomial that describes the area of a rectangle, and recognize that products of polynomials have four partial products... more
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Students will determine the length of bungee cord needed to give a fashion doll a safe drop from various heights, graph the data to establish a linear pattern, develop an equation to model the simulation, use an equation to predict the appropriate... more
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