Modeling Linear Relationships Using Perimeter of Folded Paper

Modeling Linear Relationships Using Perimeter of Folded Paper
Modeling Linear Relationships Using Perimeter of Folded Paper
Modeling Linear Relationships Using Perimeter of Folded Paper
Modeling Linear Relationships Using Perimeter of Folded Paper
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This hands on activity allows students to explore linear relationship. During the activity, students will measure the perimeter of a piece of paper. The paper will be folded in one inch increments to form new rectangles. These new rectangles will have the perimeter measured and explored! Students will create a table, create diagrams, do discussion questions, graph the table, explore domain and range, find the slope, y-intercept, and create an equation to model the linear relationship.

Tip: it's best to fold the paper accordion style for each fold!

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90 Minutes

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Modeling Linear Relationships Using Perimeter of Folded Paper
Modeling Linear Relationships Using Perimeter of Folded Paper
Modeling Linear Relationships Using Perimeter of Folded Paper
Modeling Linear Relationships Using Perimeter of Folded Paper