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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up number sense! CSI: Algebra is a collection of nine different algebraically inspired mathe...
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Analyze spending, use budgets, compute monthly payments and tie everything together in the Game of Life! A REAL WORLD MATH PROJECT! Basic Operati...
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If your Geometry class feels like a Zoo, then maybe you ought to join them! In this integrated geometry project, students will put their area and...
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Variables & Expressions go the Amusement Park in this engaging four assignment unit designed for Algebra or Pre-Algebra. Bring variables to l...
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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up geometry! CSI: Geometry is a collection of nine different geometrically inspired mathemat...
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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up number sense! In this project, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of s...
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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up number sense! CSI: Pre-Algebra is a collection of nine different algebraically inspired m...
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Utilize tobacco use in an investigation of number sense, linear functions, and scatterplot. Students will find out the startling truth behind the...
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After a couple years of teaching systems and linear equations, I knew I needed to add some kick. Students will make choices that will affect the ...
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This is an awesome opportunity to integrate subjects in an Geometry classroom. Hands-on STEM based learning for hands-on student. Along using bas...
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It's inevitable. One day Zombies will take over Earth. If you are not preparing your students, you are being irresponsible. If you want to turn y...
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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up geometry! CSI: Algebra 2 / Pre-Calculus is a collection of nine different geometrically i...
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Theoretical and Experimental Probability gets a 21st century facelift in this interactive game. Tired of flipping coins and spinning spinners? St...
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It’s Friday. The Friday. The Friday that signals the end of the grading period. Students dig deep in their backpacks, bake a dozen cookies to s...
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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up geometry! In this project, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of six f...
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Count the calories, make a fitness plan, watch weight, and practice linear inequalities in this 21st century math project. Students will use real...
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Buyer re: Treasure Hunters -- System of Equations & Inequalities Pirate Project
Can you please email me with the answer key? I misplaced it and am having computer difficulties!
April 22, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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If you can email me at 21stcenturymathproject@gmail.com from your teacher email account I can help.
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Lisa L.
I bought CSI Algebra Unit 7 Systems of Equations and have a couple questions. Ted's favorite number is the letter i. Should that be a number? Also for scene #6 the paragraph says he is taking out a 40,000 shilling loan but the chart says 48,000 shillings. The 48,000 works to give me the 8 months. Thanks for any help.
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Peace Lisa. That represents the imaginary number i. It's not the right answer, but I like to throw little bits in like that. It should be 48. Thanks for pointing that out. I must have made a change and missed that part 2 in version 3. Sorry!
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Pam W. re: Design a Zoo -- Integrated Geometry Area & Perimeter Project
When calculating the 1/2 circles for your cage match and exhibit catalog, I am getting a answer that is close to yours, but, not exactly the same. Would you mind giving me the equation you are using to calculate these two shapes?
Thanks!
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The half circles would just be A = 0.5pi*r^2, it may depend on whether you are using 3.14 or the pi button. I try to use the pi button, but I cannot be positive that is what I did. I'll look at it today.
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Buyer re: Correlation All-Star -- Integrated Sports Data Analysis & Statistics Project
Hi,

I purchased your project and used Microsoft Excel but the numbers for y and R squared look different than what you have here. Do you have instructions for using this with Excel as well? Or maybe I can send you an Excel sample to see how different it is?
thanks
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April 15, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Peace Julian. If you send the Excel Spreadsheet to 21stcenturymathprojects@gmail.com, I would be happy to take a look.
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Annie Davenport  (TpT Seller)
For the students who got married did they need the exact same card, or just both have a card that says they got married? I was looking at the part for the wedding cost and was tryign to figure out how that would work if they didn't get the exact same card. Thanks.
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I add the wedding costs together which they then have to pay out of their now joint savings. Welcome to the real world boys and girls!
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Annie Davenport  (TpT Seller)
I bought your Game of LIfe activity. I was wondering how you did the updates with your students. Are they randomly given the slips, do you control it, or do they get to pick? I am going to use the project with my classes of seniors that are preparing to graduate. I love the idea!
April 14, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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For me it is usually random. Unless of course you need to make a specific special student experience something for comedic effect.
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DrSigma  (TpT Seller) re: 21st Century Math Projects -- My Entire Store! + Free Downloads for LIFE!
I have not purchased any of your materials yet, but I just found your store. I love your approach to math. You and I have similar approaches and I really love the way you bring the real world into math.
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Cool stuff Dr. Sigma!
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Britney Jackson  (TpT Seller)
Hello! I am trying to use the silence the violence with my middle school students and I cant figure out how to set up the proportions for the Homicide and Firearms statistics. How do I set up the proportions?
April 9, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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The Homicide by Firearm per 100,000 people proportion would be (Total number of Homicides by firearm)/(2012 Estimated Population) = (x) / 100,000.

The Average Firearms Per 100 people proportion would be
(Approximate Total of All Civilian Firearms)/(2012 Estimated Population) = (x) / 100

Hope this helps!
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Jamey P.
I LOVE your CSI products-- my students beg for them…I teach a high 4th grade class (they do 5th grade math). I would love to purchase more-- but a lot of them are a little high…I would love a geometry one that wasn't quite so high…any plans to expand your CSI stuff?
April 7, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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I do plan to write more this summer. Stay Tuned!
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Tim F  (TpT Seller) re: CSI: Pre-Algebra -- STEM Project -- Complete eBook
Does this come as one 127 page file? Or are their 9 separate files seperating the 9 units?

Thanks,
Tim
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It is one PDF, but the Table of Content and page number option should make it easy.
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Patricia Morgan  (TpT Seller)
I ordered the "Equation Boot Camp" and a bunch of your projects and they are all awesome. For some reason, my downloaded copy of the bootcamp is all blacked out. How can I get a clean copy?
April 5, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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If you open in Adobe Reader it should be fine. If not email me at 21stcenturymathprojects@gmail.com
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Amanda E. re: CSI: Algebra 1 -- STEM Project -- Complete eBook
The unit 7 solving equations CSI is causing a bit of confusion. the question says that the sum will become 234 but in the answer guide you have the sum written as 37. So when they are solving for p + 2/3p +p/2 we are getting different answers and of course that leads to reasonable doubt for the criminal. Am I reading the scene incorrectly?
April 4, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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That is a typo in the answer key. I can't remember if I changed the question from 37 to 234 at some point in time. I'm correcting it and uploading the file. Sorry!
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Carla H. re: CSI: Pre-Algebra -- STEM Project -- Unit 2 -- Factors, Primes & Multiples
I was also confused about Scene #2 the Date Palm Forest, until I read the question at the top of the page pertaining to the same issue. I think if we are questioning it our students will also, especially since it does not mention "unique" in the instructions. Instead, since at the beginning it mentioned 400 bushels of dates, I instructed my students before they started to build a factor tree for 400 instead of 624, then the factors actually do add up to 18. Hope this helps anyone else who is having the same problem.

Other than that, my students and I have loved the CSI projects. This is the 2nd unit I have purchased, and look forward to more. Thank you.
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Okay, I will look into ways of making this more clear. Thanks for your feedback!
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Holly E.
I'm interested in purchasing the 21st Century Math Projects. Does that include the ebooks?
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Yes. The entire store includes everything.
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Buyer re: CSI: Algebra 2 / Pre-Calc -- STEM Project -- Unit 4 -- Polynomial Functions
Does the answer key also show work? Or is it just the final product.
Thanks
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Just the final product.
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fantastic!! can't wait to see how to get the littles will succeed with these =)
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thats great news!!
will they be by grade groups, i.e. K-2, 3-5, or by individual grades?
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It will likely be targeting standards in individual grades.
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hello,
your projects are awesome! what would it take to bring them down to the elementary grades?!!
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I'm working on it :-)
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Buyer re: STEM-ersion -- (FREEBIE!) Systems of Equations with Substitution -- Accountant
I just downloaded your activity and noticed that one of the company names doesn't match up with your key - Southwest Fusion and Peruvian Fusion. Easy enough to figure it out but just thought I'd let you know. Think this activity is a great way to solving systems to a career model! Thanks for sharing!
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Whoops. I'll update it. Thanks!
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Buyer re: Dream House -- Integrated Area, Perimeter & Scale STEM Project
Hi I have just downloaded your product and I love it. I was wondering whether you could do a metric version as well - I live in Australia and didn't look at the units!! Thanks heaps Belinda
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That wouldn't be soon, but maybe over the summer. If you email me at 21stcenturymathprojects@gmail.com I could send you a Word Document.
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I don't believe I got my question across clearly. The students know how to find an inverse. I guess what I'm asking is what to tell them as far as finding an invertible matrix. Do they just use random numbers? Is it a guess and check situation? I want to steer them in the right direction without actually giving them the answers.
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As long as the determinant is not 0, any numbers could work. Larger determinants could lead to more complicated fractions though. In the event you let students use decimals, I would require 3 or 4 significant digits.
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Regarding my previous email, will I have access to the corrections you made to the Cryptography Code Breaker?

Also, my students are having trouble writing their own encrypted matrices. More specifically the encoding matrix. Any pointers or suggestions?
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Yes you can "redownload" the file if you click on "My Purchases" to get that correction. With an Encoding matrix it needs to be a 2x2 matrix that is invertible. You could provide them with a few options from a text book or you could grab some of the invertible ones that I used through the unit. There are some examples on this assignment: http://www.mathworksheets4kids.com/matrices/inverse/10.pdf
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Jennifer D. re: Oscars - The Big Money Prize -- 21CMP Recommended
Hi - looks great - about how long will this project take to complete?
March 27, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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It consists of two one hour lessons. They could be extended if you want to take your time.
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I purchase the Cryptography Code Breaker and have a couple of questions. For the "Where in the World is..." clue # 6, I believe you are missing an "e" in Stonehedge. I check and doubled checked your calculations and your answer key. Was this done on purpose?
Also for the scanning portion of it, one of the scanning goes to a music video. It's also confusing as to what the solution is, because you are scanning numbers. Do the numbers translate into the previous code (alphabet)? Or is the solution the music video.

Your help is greatly appreciated.
March 26, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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The solution is the music video. In the intro, I write: “I am about to the find the answer the most important mystery in the universe. #cantcatchthis” The most important mystery should be everyone's favorite "What does the fox say?" I can't believe I made that mistake on Stonehenge, my British citizenship is going to be revoked. I have updated the file. Sorry!
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Daria R. re: CSI: Pre-Algebra -- STEM Project -- Unit 2 -- Factors, Primes & Multiples
Hi,

Great projects! Thanks for providing them. I had a question regarding the date palm forest problem in this - the prime factorization of 624. You have it as adding up to 18 - I have the prime digits adding up to 24. Is this a mistake that hasn't been addressed? Or am I missing something?
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Peace Daria, I included the word "unique" prime factors to practice that vocab. When it shakes out you should get 2x2x2x2x3x13. The only unique factors are 2, 3 and 13. Totally 18. I left 24 off as an option to avoid that confusion. Hope that helps!
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Buyer re: CSI: Algebra 2 / Pre-Calc -- STEM Project -- Unit 4 -- Polynomial Functions
Hello,
I purchased this last week, but am having trouble with the scene 6 question. There seems to be something missing, or something went amiss during download. Is there a way I can send you a screen shot of what I am seeing?
Thank you!
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If you email me the screenshot at 21stcenturymathprojects@gmail.com I can help. If you are not using Adobe Reader that could be a problem.
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Cynthia Blanchard  (TpT Seller) re: Quadratic Catapult -- Integrated Physics & Advanced Algebra STEM Project
I'm working through the Weapon's Test portion and in the answer key you have the spear clearing the wall and the sling not clearing the wall. I got the opposite in my calculations and wondered if I miscalculated or if you just swapped the yes and no in the third column. My numbers for distance and height agree with yours.
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That seems to be the case. I may have realized they weren't in alphabetical order and made an incorrect switch. I'll have an updated version up today. Sorry!
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Buyer
Hello,
I recently purchased (among others) the CSI Alg II (Pre-calc) Polynomial Functions unit. I am embarrassed to say that I have no idea what the image in scene 6 is and how to show/use it with my students. Any chance you can give me a clue so I can give myself a quick tutorial? Thank you very much!

Megan A

added/edited: I'm wondering if maybe the actual image isn't showing up now. I see something similar in the free download for Real Numbers, where it is bars of gray and black (light to dark or vice versa).

Megan A

2nd edit: Thank you for your response! I think that answered the question. It must be arabic that is coming up as just black and gray lines/blotches. Good to know I wasn't missing anything!

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The eagle is just Clipart and doesn't have any impact on the problem if that's the question. Arabic is not a pre-req :-) You just have to use the Cost and Revenue functions to figure out the two problems. Hope this helps!
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Sarah McCann  (TpT Seller)
Good morning,

I purchased your entire store - your stuff is great by the way.

One concern - I was under the impression that I would have access to everything and anything new that is added. I found a Person Puzzle on Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions (The Tiger Jumper) and cannot find it in the entire store that I downloaded and cannot download it from the site without buying it.

Am I missing something? Can you help?
Thank you.

Sarah McCann -- all the way from MA :D
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Email me at 21stcenturymathprojects@gmail.com and I can take care of you. You may find it in Person Puzzle eBook #2. Hope this helps!
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Tracey Hollingsworth  (TpT Seller)
Do you by any chance have a rubric for "Making the Band"?
March 24, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Currently I do not, but it is on my Spring Break to do list.
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Jennifer B.
I recently discovered and purchased several of your Person Puzzles to use in my Algebra 2, Honors Algebra 2, and Honors Geometry courses. I love the way they tie in other subjects and real life people, and look forward to purchasing and trying out many more of your other creative activities. The CSI Projects look great, and the Zombie Apocalypse sounds very entertaining!

However, I'm curious about a possible typo in the Graphing Linear Inequalities puzzle about Benazir Bhutto. Problem #7 (x - y < 2) when solved would flip the inequality sign due to having divided by a negative coefficient (-1) to isolate y (resulting in y > x - 2). Since the line would be a dashed line and shading would be above the line, that means neither point A nor B would be in the solution. Am I missing something?

It could be remedied either by changing the original problem to (x - y > 2) -on both pages- or just switching the number of years on the answer choices so that "A only" is "three years" and "Not A or B" is "nine years".

Thanks,
Jennifer
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Peace Jennifer! Thanks for letting me know. I have updated the file and you can redownload it. Sorry!
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Tina Hamlet  (TpT Seller)
If I purchase the "Entire Store - Free Downloads for Life" for multiple teachers, how do they go about getting future downloads?
Thanks!
Tina
March 20, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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I can set them up on my Dropbox shared folder and they will have easy and convenient access. Any other questions, just ask!
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Tara H.
I recently purchased your Person Puzzles for Surface Area and Volume of Solids and I really like them however I have a couple of problems that I was wondering if you would be willing to investigate.

On the J.K. Rowling (surface area of solids), #5 appears to be missing some information that is needed to calculate the surface area. Using the formula SA = hp + 2B (Virginia Geometry Formula Sheet), there is not enough information to find the perimeter of the triangle and there aren't any notations of right angles, bisectors, congruent segments, etc. I finally solved backwards (using your answer key) and gave my students the correct perimeter to use. Even if you want to find the area of each surface and total them all up, there still isn't enough information to have the dimensions of the faces. On #8 on this same sheet, the correct answer is not given as one of the choices. You have "B" for the correct answer, but that answer does not include the area of the base.

On the Rania Al Abdullah (volume of solids), #7 also does not show the correct answer of 17,280, however "A" is very close. The instructions say round to the nearest tenths, not hundreds.

I appreciate you looking into this for me and look forward to hearing from you soon.

Thanks,
Tara
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Thanks for this. I have corrected these issues and uploaded new files. Please email me at cclark0416@gmail.com for something free! Sorry!
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If I buy one of your eBooks, would I only be able to access it from this one computer? I would like to be able to print it at our central office instead of my classroom. Thanks!
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No. You would download a PDF file. Hope that helps!
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Carla H. re: CSI: Algebra -- STEM Project -- Unit 1 -- Variables & Expressions
Do you recommend doing the CSI Projects in unit order? Is there lead up to solving a "big" clue with the last unit? Thank you!
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It makes no difference. You can arrange them however it works best for you. Hope this helps!
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I bought your store (which I love!).... and I was wondering how you handle the updates to your store?? I noticed you have added items to your store that have not been added to the bundle download (entire store.).

I was just wondering when the Store download gets updated ...
b/c I am interested in looking at some of the new materials.... I can use some of them very soon..

thanks
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If you email me at 21stcenturymathprojects@gmail.com I can help you. The size of the store is beginning to bump up against the limit for TPT. I have a couple options for you. Thanks!
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Jamey P. re: CSI: Pre-Algebra -- STEM Project -- Unit 4 -- Decimals
You use the word "and" when talking about numbers before the decimal-- i.e. one hundred and eight and nine tenths. The first and isn't correct-- as and in math means decimal…my students were confused as all students should learn not to do this…
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Peace Jamey. So sorry. I made the correction last summer, but after looking at the files I appears I did not update the individual Unit 4 when I updated the eBook. If you email me at 21stcenturymathprojects@gmail.com with a product you'd like I'd be happy to send you something for free.
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I recently bought the cell phone triangulation. My question is in the Forensics lab, how do you know it is in the third quadrant and not the 2nd?
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It is possible that it is in the 2nd. I should make a note of that in the key. Thanks for the heads up!
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L T.
My kids are loving this math. I actually have my grade 5's doing the CSI Decimal activity with Tenths Dontsaypoint. They have found an error in the key. Tasmanian Devil Translation Challenge the answer in the key should be 351.171 not 350.171.

As well in Scene #3 under Fiji the decimal is missing in front of 78 - to match with the answer and the question it should be .78

I don't know if this will change the rest of the answers or not.

If so, would you be able to do an "update download" option? Thanks so much for this great activity.
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Yes. I caught these a while ago. You should be able to redownload a correct file! Thanks so much!
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Sheri S  (TpT Seller)
I will be teaching 6th & 7th grade High Ability next year. We will be using 7th grade and Pre-Algebra textbooks. This will be my first year teaching HA, and am looking at your resources as an alternative assignment for whole class instruction or as an alternate for those students who pre-test out of a chapter. I have permission to purchase the $80 CSI bundle, but it several things that appear beyond Middle School. Would it be possible to switch out the Pre-Cal with one of your Person Puzzle eBooks? Thanks so much for considering.
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No problem. Email me at 21stcenturymathprojects@gmail.com after your order goes through and I can take care of you.
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Is Parking Structure Math -- 21CMP Recommended included if you purchased your store?
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It will soon be included in the file and dropped in the Dropbox. If you'd like access to the Dropbox contact me at 21stcenturymathprojects@gmail.com
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Lisa W  (TpT Seller) re: Zombie Apocalypse -- Exponential Function STEM Project / Safety Plan
Could you explain how you came up with the equation on page for for the Zeta and Eta strand? I'm not sure why they are both using 150.
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I'm not sure how that slipped under the radar these years, but those are off. I've updated the answer key to reflect it. Sorry!
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Ian Robins  (TpT Seller) re: 21st Century Math Projects -- My Entire Store! + Free Downloads for LIFE!
Hi, I have bought a couple items from you previously, is there anyway to get those discounted? Thanks for the great resources!
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Peace Ian,

If you email me at 21stcenturymathprojects@gmail.com with your TPT user name I can check the records and I can subtract the amount you have spent from the list price temporarily.
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Thank you - although I can accept your explanation of past issues, I would offer that the answer key is already provided in your course, but the explanations are the core of what needs to be understood. What is the harm of a parent sharing not only the answer but the explanation of the answer? It's all teaching. I am sure I don't fully understand the dilemma. I will email you at my next earliest convenience with our specific scene questions. It's Ms. Turkeycat, btw.
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Hi We purchased the ebook Algebra 2/ PreCalculus Stem Project ebook and although we have enjoyed that the subject matter has been interestingly presented and the puzzles challenging, we find ourselves a little lost on a few of the assignments. Where can we find more explanation of how the answers were reached? We don't have the textbook you referenced in the description. Is that required? Our Saxon Algebra 2 book and Kahn Academy do not cover some of these concepts to the extent that is needed to understand the solution. Can you direct us to some resources that could help us not only solve, but understand how we got there? Thank you.
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21st Century Math Projects
Peace Mr./Ms. Turkeycat,

While I would love to include more elaborate solutions, there have been past issues with parents purchasing my items to give their kids the answers :-) I'll gladly guide you through some problems if you want to email me at 21stcenturymathprojects@gmail.com with the Unit and Scene number(s).
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Dena Edelstein  (TpT Seller) re: 21st Century Math Projects -- My Entire Store! + Free Downloads for LIFE!
I'm so interested in buying this, but wondering if you would be willing to discount further because I have purchased things in the past-- thanks!
February 27, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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If you email me your TPT user name at 21stcenturymathprojects@gmail.com and you are online tonight I can drop the price for you temporarily.
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Lisa W  (TpT Seller)
Is there a typo in the answer key of the 80% threshold for Oceania? I get a different answer, but get your answer when I do 90%.
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MrsGrantMath  (TpT Seller) re: Health v. Wealth -- International Data Analysis, Modeling & Correlation Project
My students began this project today in class, and were very engaged! While working on Data Mining with Correlations, we discovered that the 42 Countries for Data Analysis page does not have data for Internet Users and Average Years of School for girls. Am I missing this information? I'm not sure if it is located somewhere else, and I am just not finding it. Thanks!
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21st Century Math Projects
If you open it on Adobe Reader there shouldn't be a problem. If there is email me at 21stcenturymathprojects@gmail.com and I can try to get you a Google Doc version. Thanks!
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The Enlightened Elephant  (TpT Seller) re: Person Puzzle -- Completing the Square - Diana Nyad Worksheet
Wondering if it would be possible to have a version that doesn't approximate the answers with decimals??? And perhaps a version with a=1 only? Wishful thinking... :)
February 26, 2014 Report inappropriate comment
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Hmmm. I can send you the Word Doc if you'd like. Email me at 21stcenturymathprojects@gmail.com if you want it.
February 26, 2014 Report inappropriate comment

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Betty Clark  (TpT Seller)
WOW! Thanks so much! I WILL be purchasing tomorrow! I am always looking for performance task project for end of unit assessment and I think these will be GREAT! I can't wait! Since we have already cancelled school for tomorrow (COLD and SNOW) I will spend the day making an exciting activity for my classes Friday!

YIPEEEEE!!!!!
Betty
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am a seventh year teacher in Columbus, Ohio. My experience is primarily working in high-need schools where student engagement and literacy are a great need. To compensate, I have worked to create math projects and activities that are both mathematically rigorous and engaging the students. In my experience I often felt the concepts were lost when I taught other activities that were meant to engage. At the forefront of my work is math rigor that prepares students for standardized tests.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Student engagement by any means necessary. I have taught at an innovative STEM school (where I also served as 9th Grade Curriculum Coordinator) and an International High School (where I serve as Seminar Coordinator), both of which promote cross-curricular collaboration, project-based, inquiry learning.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2011 Award for Professional Leadership (awarded by teaching staff). Nominated for State of Ohio's International Educator of the Year (2013)

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a Bachelor's degree in mathematics from Wright State University and a Master's from Ohio State in Educational Policy and Leadership and I just started the Ph.D

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Most importantly I am a husband of 5 years and a father of 2 little ones, Logan (3) and Leah (1). Yes, this pays for the diapers... and the wipes if it's a good month. Check out my blog at www.21stcenturymathprojects.com