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# Module 1 lesson 13

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### Module 1 lesson 13

1. 1. Lesson 13.notebook 1 October 01, 2013 Module 1 Lesson 13 Tuesday, October 1 Homework: Lesson 13 Problem Set #2 and 3 and Exam Thursday and Friday DO NOW: Discuss homework with your partner.
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10. 10. Lesson 13.notebook 10 October 01, 2013 Discussion Questions: Example 1: • How did you find the missing values in the third column of the table? • Based on the table, is the backpack weight proportional to the hiker's weight? How do you know? • Would these quantities always be proportional to each other?
11. 11. Lesson 13.notebook 11 October 01, 2013 Discussion Questions: Example 1: • Below is the process for writing and using equations to solve for missing values in a table. 1.Find the constant of proportionality or unit rate. 2.Set up an equation in the form y = kx, replacing k with the constant of proportionality. 3.Substitute for known value in for the variable and solve for the unknown variable.
12. 12. Lesson 13.notebook 12 October 01, 2013 Discussion Questions Example 1: • Discuss using proportions to find missing values in a table. • Discuss how to use equivalent ratios to find missing values in a table.
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14. 14. Lesson 13.notebook 14 October 01, 2013 Discussion Questions Example 2: • What must you calculate or know to complete this table? • How many pizza's were made for order 1? Explain how you obtained and used your answer?
15. 15. Lesson 13.notebook 15 October 01, 2013 Example 2: A bar model can be utilized as well:
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17. 17. Lesson 13.notebook 17 October 01, 2013 A bar model can be utilized as well: • How many pizza's were made for order 2? Explain how you obtained and used your answer?
18. 18. Lesson 13.notebook 18 October 01, 2013 A bar model can be utilized as well: • How many pizza's were made for order 3? Explain how you obtained and used your answer?
19. 19. Lesson 13.notebook 19 October 01, 2013 Question: Is it possible to order 1 or 2 pizzas? Is so, describe the steps to determine the amount of each ingredient necessary. 1 2 1 2
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