# Middle School Math Journal ~ High-Level Open-Ended Questions to up the Rigor

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This product provides a list of more than 50 open-ended questions that will push middle school math students to think critically about the math concepts that they learn. Using these questions in your class will increase the rigor and depth of understanding that the students obtain. The questions can easily be differentiated to meet the needs of all learners in your classroom.

Questions are separated into the following categories:
-The Number System
- Ratios and Proportional Relationships
-Expressions and Equations
- Geometry
- Statistics and Probability
- Functions

In their responses, students will develop a deep understanding of concepts such as:
- base and height of polygons needing to be perpendicular
- Fractions greater than one
- Rational vs. Irrational numbers
- The relationship between the number of sides a polygon has and the sum of the interior angles
- Operating with negative numbers
- Inverse operations
- Inequalities vs equations and expressions
- Scale factors, similar figures, and congruent figures
- Square Roots and exponents
- Place-Values
- Absolute value
- Experimental and theoretical probability
- Measures of central tendency

and much more.

I have not provided an answer key because the answers could vary so much. However if you have a question about how to answer one of the questions, please send me a question, and I will answer it right away.

Thanks:)
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15 pages
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Lifelong tool
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