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TWMM Problem 2.5 Amusement Park or Movies

Students use their knowledge about linear models, equations, and inequalities to reason about related sets of linear data. Content ACE Materials Resources Problem 2.5 (1 day) 26-34, 44-55 Centimeter Grid Paper Graphing calculators Chart paper and markers Teaching Aid 2.5:… Continue Reading →

TWMM Problem 2.4 Boat Rental Business

Students use tables and graphs to estimate solutions to linear equations and inequalities and use symbolic reasoning to find exact solutions. Content ACE Materials Resources Problem 2.4 (1 day) 20-25, 43, 64-68 Labsheet 2.4: Rentals Labsheet 2ACE: Exercise 20 Coordinate… Continue Reading →

TWMM Problem 2.2 Up and Down the Staircase

This Problem introduces the termĀ slopeĀ and gives students opportunities to practice developing linear equations from information given by graphs and tables of values. Content ACE Materials Resources Problem 2.2 (1 day) 6-8, 57 Labsheet 2.2A: Graphs Labsheet 2.2B: Tables Labsheet 2ACE:… Continue Reading →

TWMM Problem 2.3 Tree Top Fun

The setting for this Problem is the business of operating a Tree Top Fun attraction. Students extend their understanding of and skill in writing linear equations for conditions expressed in words, tables, and graphs. Content ACE Materials Resources Problem 2.3… Continue Reading →

TWMM Problem 2.1 Modeling Linear Data Patterns

Students use their knowledge about linear models, equations, and inequalities to reason about related sets of linear data. Content ACE Materials Resources Problem 2.1 (1 day) 1-3, 35-36 Labsheet 2.1A: Models Labsheet 2.1B: Models Labsheet 2ACE: Exercise 3 Centimeter Grid… Continue Reading →

TwMM Investigation 2 Models and Equations

The five Problems in this Investigation review and extend student understanding and skill in formulating and applying appropriate linear functions when given problem conditions and/or experimental data. The first Problem develops ideas for modeling linear data patterns, including use of… Continue Reading →

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