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What's At the Root? Day 4

Unit 7: What's at the Root?
Lesson 4 of 5

Objective: SWBAT use area models to find relationships between numbers and square roots and use square root symbols to represent solutions.

Big Idea: Students are going to learn square root notation while tackling this mathematical task where the take on the role of a sign maker.

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Math, square root, square, perfect square numbers
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