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### Module 1 lesson 12

1. 1. Module 1 Lesson 12.notebook 1 September 30, 2013 Module 1 Lesson 12 Monday 9/30 Homework: Lesson 12 Problem Set, CRS + J 3 due tomorrow, Exam Thursday and Friday DO NOW: Discuss Homework with Partner
2. 2. Module 1 Lesson 12.notebook 2 September 30, 2013
3. 3. Module 1 Lesson 12.notebook 3 September 30, 2013 A Quick Review: 1 foot = ____ inches Area of a rectangle =
4. 4. Module 1 Lesson 12.notebook 4 September 30, 2013 Make a plan: Complete the chart to identify the necessary steps in the plan and find a solution. Example 1: You have decided to remodel your bathroom and put tile on the floor. The bathroom is in the shape of a rectangle and the floor measures 14 feet 8 inches long, 5 feet 6 inches wide. The tile you want to use costs \$5 each, and each tile covers 4 2/3 square feet. If you have \$100 to spend, do you have enough money to complete the project? Dimensions of the floor Square foot of one tile Cost of one tile Have \$100
5. 5. Module 1 Lesson 12.notebook 5 September 30, 2013
6. 6. Module 1 Lesson 12.notebook 6 September 30, 2013 • Why do we use area and not volume? • Why would 5.6 inches and 14.8 inches be incorrect representations for 5 feet 6 inches and 14 feet 8 inches • How is the unit rate useful? • Can I buy 17 2/7 tiles? Discussion Questions: • How would rounding to 17 tiles compared to 18 tiles affect the job?
7. 7. Module 1 Lesson 12.notebook 7 September 30, 2013 1. Which car can travel further on 1 gallon of gas? Exercise 1 Blue car: Travels 18 2/5 miles using .8 gallons of gas Red Car: Travels 17 2/5 miles using .75 gallons of gas
8. 8. Module 1 Lesson 12.notebook 8 September 30, 2013 Closing: How can unit rates with fractions be applied in the real world?
9. 9. Module 1 Lesson 12.notebook 9 September 30, 2013 Exit Ticket If 3/4 lb. of candy cost \$20.50, how much would 1 lb. of candy cost?
10. 10. Module 1 Lesson 12.notebook 10 September 30, 2013