## Reflection: Organizational Systems Percentage Equations - Section 4: Independent Practice

In my quest to give students practice with writing about math in a way that the Smarter Balanced Assessment will expect them to, I've started to experiment with Google Forms.

I use Google Forms to present students with constructed response questions.  Students then type in their answers, and submit their responses.  I then can look them over on my computer - less paper to organize!

Here's a sample form - it's not live for my students, so feel free to play around with it.

# Percentage Equations

Unit 6: Unit Rate Applications and Percents
Lesson 7 of 8

## Big Idea: To find the percent of a number, you can set up an equation to find an equivalent ratio to the part out of one hundred.

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Math, Percentages, Number Sense and Operations, Operations , percent, ratios, percent, percentages
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### Carla Seeger

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