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Module 3 lesson 2

  1. 1. Module 3 Lesson 2.notebook January 06, 2014 HW: • Lesson 2 Problem Set #1, 3abc, 4abc, 5 abc, 6 Module 3, Lesson 2 AIM: Generating Equivalent Expressions Do Now: Exit Ticket For Lesson 1 1
  2. 2. Module 3 Lesson 2.notebook January 06, 2014 2
  3. 3. Module 3 Lesson 2.notebook January 06, 2014 Exit Ticket Solutions 3
  4. 4. Module 3 Lesson 2.notebook January 06, 2014 Homework Answers 4
  5. 5. Module 3 Lesson 2.notebook January 06, 2014 Homework Answers 5
  6. 6. Module 3 Lesson 2.notebook January 06, 2014 Homework Answers 6
  7. 7. Module 3 Lesson 2.notebook January 06, 2014 Opening Exercise: 7
  8. 8. Module 3 Lesson 2.notebook January 06, 2014 Example 1 Subtracting Expressions: 8
  9. 9. Module 3 Lesson 2.notebook January 06, 2014 Example 2 Combining Expressions Vertically 9
  10. 10. Module 3 Lesson 2.notebook January 06, 2014 Example 3 Using Expressions to Solve Problems 10
  11. 11. Module 3 Lesson 2.notebook January 06, 2014 Example 4 Expressions from Word Problems It costs Margo a processing fee of $3 to rent a storage unit, plus $17 per month to keep her belongings in the unit. Her friend Carissa wants to store a box of her belongings in Margo's storage unit and tells her that she will pay her $1 toward the processing fee and $3 for every month that she keeps the box in storage. Write an expression in standard form that represents how much Margo will have to pay for the storage unit if Carissa contributes. Then, determine how much Margo will pay if she uses the storage unit for 6 months. 11
  12. 12. Module 3 Lesson 2.notebook January 06, 2014 Example 5 Extending Use of the Inverse to Division 12
  13. 13. Module 3 Lesson 2.notebook January 06, 2014 Sprints 13
  14. 14. Module 3 Lesson 2.notebook January 06, 2014 Relevant Vocabulary 14
  15. 15. Module 3 Lesson 2.notebook January 06, 2014 Closing: 1.) Why can't we use any order, any grouping directly with subtraction and division? 2.) How can we use any order, any grouping in expressions where subtraction or division are involved? 15
  16. 16. Module 3 Lesson 2.notebook January 06, 2014 16

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