Reflection: Writing Across the Disciplines Cup Stacking - Section 2: Box of Cups Challenge

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Cup Stacking

Unit 5: The Fabulous World of Functions
Lesson 15 of 19

Objective: SWBAT gather data and create a function to represent a relationship among the data.

Big Idea: In this task, students are given a stack of 6 cups and are challenged to find the height of 50 cups by using a table, graph or equation.

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