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#### A Day Out

An applicable task presents a problem for pupils to solve: where to go for a class field trip. The pupils must take into consideration the first and second choices of members of the class when determining where to go. Individuals also...

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#### Building Functions

Pupils determine equations that match the graphs of transformations and the parent quadratic function. The resource requires class members to attend to precision and think abstractly.

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#### Reasoning with Equations and Inequalities

Provide class members with an opportunity to practice reasoning. A resource contains six skill-based items aligned to the Common Core. The items require pupils to reason abstractly and attend to precision.

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#### Plotting Points and Naming Quadrants - Concept

Did you know that a fly started the idea of the coordinate plane? A video introduces the Cartesian Coordinate Plane and the vocabulary associated with it. The resource provides the procedure in which to plot a point along with...

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#### Yogurt

Daily production of dairy? Determine profit and production requirements for a yogurt company with unit conversions and percentages to solve problems.

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#### T-Shirt Sale

Everyone loves a sale! As pupils investigate a sale on t-shirts, they determine the percent discount and original prices.

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#### Square

Don't be a square! Young mathematicians determine the slope and length of a line segment. They then prove whether four given coordinate points form a square.

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#### Sale!

Let's save some money! High schoolers investigate different options for price reductions. They then determine the best and worst sale from a list of options.

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#### Leaky Faucet

In the assessment task, learners investigate the rate at which a faucet leaks. They use unit conversions to determine the amount of water that leaks in a year. Maybe they should just fix the leak!

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#### Cubic Graph

Connect cubic graphs to equations. After connecting solutions of a cubic equation to zeros of its related cubic function, pupils investigate a translation of the cubic function.

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#### Sorting Functions

There's no sorting hat here. A high school assessment task prompts learners to analyze different types of functions. They investigate graphs, equations, tables, and verbal rules for four different functions.

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#### Multiple Solutions

So many different kinds of equations and inequalities! Learners solve equations and inequalities with quadratics and other higher-order polynomials. �They then classify the equations based on the number of solutions.

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#### Bird’s Eggs

Are the length and width of birds' eggs related? Young ornathologists use a scatter plot to investigate the relationship between the length and width of eggs for Mallard ducks. They then determine the egg with the greatest...

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#### Temple Geometry

Temper your excitement of temple geometry. Using algebraic and geometry concepts to determine various measurements in a circle diagram, scholars determine the shaded area of the diagram.

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#### Printing Tickets

That's the ticket! Pupils write and investigate two linear functions representing the cost of printing tickets. Individuals then determine which of two printing companies would be a better buy.

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#### Glasses

Clink, clink! Young mathematicians investigate drinking glasses composed of known solids (cones, cylinders, and hemispheres). Next, they determine the volumes of these glasses.