## Reflection: Complex Tasks Sums, Differences and Products - Section 2: Investigation and New Learning

Sums, Differences and Products

# Sums, Differences and Products

Unit 4: Introduction to Quadratic Functions through Applications
Lesson 5 of 9

## Big Idea: If you know that a pair of numbers has a certain sum or difference, which such pair of numbers has the greatest or the least possible product? How can you prove this?

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Math, quadratic functions, Algebra, modeling, Quadratic Equations, function, writing functions
70 minutes

### Hilary Yamtich

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