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Extreme Couponing: Pizza Edition

Unit 10: Geometric Measurement and Dimension
Lesson 7 of 14

Objective: Students will be able to use proportionality to solve an area problem.

Big Idea: In Extreme Couponing, students use a variety of tools to convince each other of which coupon offers the customer a better deal.

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Subject(s):
Math, Geometry, Measurement, modeling, sector area, Circle Area, circle measurement, nonroutine problems, space, shapes
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