Investigation 1. 1. a. 2 b. 1 c. 0 d. 1 e. 2 f. 1 g. 0 h. 1. 2. a. 0 b. 0 c. 0 d. 0 e. all values are 0; there are equal numbers of black and red chips. 3. Answers will vary. Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Pearson Prentice Hall. All rights reserved. 3dP f. Transparency A. Accentuate the Negative. Number Lines. Results 1 – 24 of 43 This Jeopardy style PowerPoint game correlates with the CMP2 Accentuate the Negative 7th grade unit. The main topics of the unit include.
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Enlarging and Reducing Shapes 30 TR: Browse Related Browse Related. Scaling Boxes 65—66 TG: Similar Polygons 72 TR: Grade 7 Textbook Pages This standard is covered within the in— class problems and the ACE exercises found in each investigation of all student units.
Calculator Tables and Graphs 66, 68—69, 75 TG: Making Sense of Measures of Center 28—54Investigation 3: Comparing and Scaling Transparencies 2. Accentuate the Negative Transparencies 2. The exercises in the text can be extended to satisfy this standard.
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Students will understand measurement systems and applications. Variables and Patterns Investigation 4: Walking Rates 19—24, 35—40Investigation 2: Walking Rates 15—40Investigation 2: Building Boxes 14 TG: Stretching and Shrinking Transparencies 3. Pearson Connected Mathematics 2 – Grade 7. Stretching and Shrinking Transparencies 2.
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Properties of Operations 66—68 TG: Making Sense of Variability 33—37, 37— 42Investigation 2: Scaling Boxes —, — TR: Making Sense of Variability 5—27Investigation 2: Similarity and Ratios 88 ; Comparing and Scaling Investigation 2: Making Sense of Measures of Center 28— 54Investigation 3: Extending the Number System 29—32, 33—35Investigation 2: Building Boxes 33 TR: Variables and Patterns Investigation 3: Expected Value 60—64, 74—76Investigation 4: Stretching and Shrinking Investigation 3: Accentuate the Negative Investigation 2: Filling and Wrapping Transparencies 2.
Expected Value 65—68, 73— 76Investigation 4: Solving Equations 63 TG: Moving Straight Ahead Investigation 4: Properties of Operations 60, 71, 74 TG: Students will understand numerical concepts and mathematical operations.
Select accentuatd use appropriate statistical methods to analyze data. Exploring Slope —— TR: Comparing and Scaling Rates 71—72 TR: This standard is addressed throughout the Data Distributions unit.
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Prisms and Cylinders 57—64, 69—72, 74—75Investigation 4: Up for sale is a pre-owned paperback book. Variables, Tables, and Coordinate Graphs 15—43Investigation 2: Use mathematical models to represent and understand quantitative relationships. Understand and apply basic concepts of probability. Scaling BoxesComparing and Scaling Investigation 3: