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Module 1 lesson 10
Module 1 lesson 10
Module 1 lesson 10
Module 1 lesson 10
Module 1 lesson 10
Module 1 lesson 10
Module 1 lesson 10
Module 1 lesson 10
Module 1 lesson 10
Module 1 lesson 10
Module 1 lesson 10
Module 1 lesson 10
Module 1 lesson 10
Module 1 lesson 10
Module 1 lesson 10
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  • 1. Lesson 10.notebook 1 September 26, 2013 Lesson 10 Wednesday, September 25 Homework:  Lesson 10 Problem Set Do Now:  Discuss Homework with Partner
  • 2. Lesson 10.notebook 2 September 26, 2013
  • 3. Lesson 10.notebook 3 September 26, 2013
  • 4. Lesson 10.notebook 4 September 26, 2013
  • 5. Lesson 10.notebook 5 September 26, 2013 Example 1 Grandma's Special Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe, which yields  4 dozen cookies, calls for 3 cups of flour.  Using this  informaon, complete the chart: Table‐Create a chart  comparing the  amount of flour  used to the amount  of cookies. Table‐ Is the  number of cookies  proporonal to the  amount of flour  used?  Explain. Unit Rate‐What is  the unit rate and  what is the  meaning in the  context of  the  problem?
  • 6. Lesson 10.notebook 6 September 26, 2013
  • 7. Lesson 10.notebook 7 September 26, 2013 Does the graph show the two  quanes being proporonal  to each other?  Explain Equaon‐ Write an equaon  that can be used to represent  the relaonship.
  • 8. Lesson 10.notebook 8 September 26, 2013 Question: Where is the unit rate located on the graph?
  • 9. Lesson 10.notebook 9 September 26, 2013 a.  Record the coordinates of flour of the points from the graph in a  table.  What do these ordered pairs (values) represent?
  • 10. Lesson 10.notebook 10 September 26, 2013 b.  Grandma has 1 remaining cup of sugar.  How many dozen  cookies will she be able to make?  Plot the point of the graph above.
  • 11. Lesson 10.notebook 11 September 26, 2013 c.  How many dozen cookies can grandma make if she has no  sugar?  Can you graph this on the grid provided above?  What do  we call this point?
  • 12. Lesson 10.notebook 12 September 26, 2013
  • 13. Lesson 10.notebook 13 September 26, 2013
  • 14. Lesson 10.notebook 14 September 26, 2013
  • 15. Lesson 10.notebook 15 September 26, 2013
  • 16. Lesson 10.notebook 16 September 26, 2013
  • 17. Lesson 10.notebook 17 September 26, 2013 Closing: 1.)  What points are always on the graph of two quanes that are  proporonal to each other? 2.)  How can you use the unit rate to create a table, equaon, or  graph of a relaonship of two quanes that are proporonal to  each other? 3.)  How can you idenfy the unit rate from a table, equaon, or  graph?
  • 18. Lesson 10.notebook 18 September 26, 2013

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