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Paired Numbers in Tables (Input/Output Tables)

Paired Numbers in Tables (Input/Output Tables)
Paired Numbers in Tables (Input/Output Tables)
Paired Numbers in Tables (Input/Output Tables)
Paired Numbers in Tables (Input/Output Tables)
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I created these 2 problems for students to practice creating and extending tables to show the relationship between two sets of numbers. Students should practice identifying the rule in the table and should apply the rule to solve these real-world sample problems. Both problems were created so that students would need to think about reasonableness when solving. For example, if (item) comes in packages of 6, and you need 22 of the item, should you only buy 3 packages, which is less than what you need or should you buy 4 packages, which is more than what you need?

(Yes, those are my cute kitties on the first slide!)

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I hope you find this resource helpful as your students practice using tables with paired numbers. Thanks for stopping by!

-Kristen Zadina
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2 pages
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Does not apply
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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