## Reflection: Data Analysis One Step Equations Review - Relay Race! - Section 2: Explore

After looking through the Student Work, I am pleased with the progress my students have made throughout this entire week.  Let's face it, the week started off rough - my students looked at me like I had 65 heads when I was telling them to flip fractions and so forth. Now, looking through the work - I can see that they've got it.  One thing that I did not encourage, yet I see in their work that shows me that they do understand, is that some students will write / 2/3 (divide by two-thirds), but when they go to the other side, they will write * 3/2.  That shows me that they understand that they are dividing by 2/3, but that is really the same as multiplying by the reciprocal.  YES! Steps in the right direction :)

Data Analysis: Relay Race

# One Step Equations Review - Relay Race!

Unit 6: Equations
Lesson 4 of 22

## Big Idea: Keep practicing those inverse operations! Soon we will be adding another step :)

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Math, Algebra, one step equations, inverse operations
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### Heather Stephan

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