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Analyzing Linear Sequences

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Analyzing Linear Sequences

Use the structure of a visual pattern to find the value of the 6th term of a linear sequence.

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Approximate the Zero

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Approximate the Zero

Chunk a graph to use the relationships between distances on a graph to estimate the value of a zero of the graph.

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Area of Rectangles

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Area of Rectangles

Students will use the structure of a visual pattern that is growing in two dimensions to calculate the area of a subsequent figure. Attention should be paid to the connection between area and quadratic functions.

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Area of the Base

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Area of the Base

Use the structure of a diagram to find the area of the base in one of two main methods, both of which involve using similarity.

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Are They Perpendicular?

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Are They Perpendicular?

Chunk a diagram and connect to what students know about congruent triangles to prove that two lines are perpendicular.

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Blue Square Red Star

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Blue Square Red Star

Students will use the relationships between equations to solve for two variables.

Bottles of Soda

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Bottles of Soda

Students will use the structure of a system of three visual equations to find the value of a variable.

Coin Problem

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Coin Problem

Make connections between the values of coins, friendly numbers, and number operations.

Comparing Angles #1

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Comparing Angles #1

Use the structure of the grid to help learn how to compare angle size.

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Comparing Angles #2

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Comparing Angles #2

Use the structure of the grid to help learn how to compare angle size.

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Comparing Angles #3

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Comparing Angles #3

Use the structure of the grid and construction markers to learn how to compare angle size.

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Complementary Probability

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Complementary Probability

Use the structure of a tree diagram to quickly calculate the probability an event does not occur by chunking the tree diagram into the events that match and the events that do not.

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