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# Garden Design

Unit 3: Equivalent Expressions
Lesson 12 of 23

## Big Idea: Students will understand the form behind the distributive property and transition from the physical model to the mathematical model.

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Math, Expressions (Algebra), distributive property, area model
54 minutes

### Erica Burnison

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