7th Grade Math Essential Questions GOOGLE SLIDES DIGITAL DISTANCE LEARNING

Math in Demand
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This resource includes 47 pages of 7th grade math essential questions. There are 2 ways that you can use my resource: (1) GOOGLE SLIDES and (2) POWERPOINT. You can choose whichever one works best for your classroom.

Students will be typing in the definition of various 7th grade math vocabulary terms. In addition, they will be researching the answer to the essential question. They will solve problems and create their own problem. This is set up very student friendly!

Watch my video or check out the preview! It goes over it in detail!

The essential questions are given below!

7.NS - Number Sense

1.) How do we know when the sum of two integers is positive, negative, or zero?

2.) What is the difference from taking the opposite of a number or taking the absolute value?

3.) How do we know when the product or quotient of two integers is positive or negative?

4.) When is it useful to find the least common multiple?

5.) When is it useful to find the greatest common factor?

6.) How do I add and subtract fractions with "like denominators"?

7.) How do I add and subtract fractions with "unlike denominators"?

8.) How does multiplying fractions relate to real world problems?

9.) How does dividing fractions relate to real world problems?

7.RP - Ratios & Proportional Relationships

1.) What is the difference between a rate and ratio?

2.) How do I find the unit rate?

3.) How do I find the constant of proportionality given an equation?

4.) How do I find the constant of proportionality given a graph?

5.) How do I find the constant of proportionality given a table?

6.) What is the relationship between decimals, fractions, and percents?

7.) What is the difference between a markup and markdown?

8.) How do you calculate sales tax in your state?

9.) How do we calculate a tip?

10.) How do we calculate commission?

11.) How do we calculate percent of change?

12.) How do we calculate simple interest?

7.EE - Expressions & Equations

1.) How do I know when a term is "common"?

2.) What is the importance of the distributive property?

3.) How do I solve addition or subtraction one-step equations?

4.) How do I solve multiplication one-step equations?

5.) How do I solve one-step equations with fractions?

6.) How do I solve two-step equations (excluding fractions)?

7.) How do I solve two-step equations with fractions?

8.) How do I graph one-step inequalities on a number line?

9.) How do I graph two-step inequalities on a number line?

7.G - Geometry

1.) How do I know if 3 angle measures form a triangle?

2.) How do I know if 3 side measure form a triangle?

3.) How do I use complementary, supplementary, vertical, and adjacent angles to solve for an unknown (x)?

4.) How do I determine the area of a rectangle?

5.) How do I determine the area of a triangle?

6.) How do I determine the area of a circle?

7.) How do I determine the circumference of a circle?

8.) How can I tell when two figures are similar?

9.) How can I use scale drawings to compute actual lengths and areas?

10.) What is the volume of a rectangular prism?

11.) What is the volume of a cone, cylinder, and sphere?

12.) How can I use nets to calculate the surface area of 3-dimensional objects?

7.SP - Statistics & Probability

1.) How do I find the mean, median, mode, and range of a given set of data?

2.) How do I calculate the mean absolute deviation?

3.) How do I organize line plots and histograms given a set of data?

4.) How do I organize a box and whisker plot?

5.) How do I determine the likelihood of an occurrence of an event?

The answer key is not included since student input will vary on definitions and creation of problems.

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