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*The ZIP file contains both an editable Microsoft Word doc and an easy to print PDF file
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*This product download contains 36 STAAR formatted questions (12 student pages plus answer key). Great STAAR test prep or review activity!
*Questions focus on TEKS 6.4B and require students to use data and their knowledge of proportional rates and ratios to make predictions.
*Multiple problems follow the same format for lots of modeling and practice, but a variety of real-world situations are addressed.
*Product preview includes ENTIRE product so you can try before you buy, however there are 4 questions tiled on each page. Actual product download contains 12 student pages and an answer key.
*This product download is an easy to print PDF!
*NOTE--These are not simple probability problems. Students are required to interpret data, draw conclusions, and compare ratios/proportions in numerical data to make predictions.
*Can be used for daily problem solving
*Great for small group instruction and re-teach for RTI students
*Great practice to add onto a unit test to prepare kiddos for the rigor of STAAR
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6.4B--Proportionality. The student applies mathematical process standards to develop an understanding of proportional relationships in problem situations. The student is expected to:
(B) Apply qualitative and quantitative reasoning to solve prediction and comparison of real-world problems involving ratios and rates