Reflection: Rigor More Real World Equations - Fluency Practice - Section 2: Explore

The problems in today's activity made the students think a bit, which was good.  Students have already worked with percent, and are pretty proficient at writing equations - but were quite perturbed with me that I made them write an equation using commission or tax.  However, I stood my ground and insisted that they look through their notes, or better yet - THINK about how they might represent finding a percent using an equation.

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More Real World Equations - Fluency Practice

Unit 6: Equations
Lesson 13 of 22

Big Idea: What good is knowing how to solve an equation if you can't set one up to model a real world scenario?

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Math, Algebra, distributive property, equation, word problems
60 minutes

Heather Stephan

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