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Students will find the surface area of 11 solids using their nets by calculating the area of each face and adding the areas. First 4 solids include their nets, the remaining 7 don't so students have to draw them. Instructions are editable.
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Students must calculate the unit rate and create a graph that represents the proportional relationship of 3 different problems (verbal, tabular and numeric description). Excellent for state assessment prep!
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Students will use data from a table and verbal description to calculate the slope (m) and y-intercept (b), write an equation (y = mx + b) and create a graph that represents each situation.
Hits the Common Core Standards 7.RP.A.2
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Students will calculate the cost of purchasing/financing 7 different cars, and compare to choose the best deal! Students have to calculate the down payment (10%), the monthly payment (using amortization monthly payment formula), and the total amount

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Students will calculate the constant of proportionality k (unit rate or slope) from 8 different tables of values representing different situations. Once k has been found, students must write the equations that represents the situation in the form y

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Students will analyze graphs and solve problems according to data. part-to-part and part-to-whole comparison, percentages, circle graphs, bar graph and dot plot.
Hits the Common Core Standards 6.RP.A.3 & 7.RP.A.1
and TEKS 7.6G
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This worksheet of 5 problems consist of showing how the slope m (rate of change) is the same between any two distinct points on a non-vertical line in the coordinate plane by using the similar triangles as guides. In two of the problems the similar

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Students will use their place value skills to fill in griddables while practicing basic math operations. There is no answer key since because questions are personal (ex. what's your age? multiply it by 23...), so answers may vary.
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Students will determine the domain and range of 14 different linear functions from graphs, continuous or discrete, and represent them using inequalities.
Hits TEKS A.2A
Answer key included!
Excellent for state assessment preparation!
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This worksheet consists of 4 word problems represented by a table or graph, where students must find the slope (rate of change) and the y-intercept (starting point).
Hits Common Core Standards 8.F.A.2, 8.F.B.4, 8SP.3 & HSS-ID.C.7
and TEKS 8.4B

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Students will calculate the MAD from 10 different sets of data, choose the corresponding secret word based on their answers and complete the secret message.
There is a table for each problem, that guides the students through the process of

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This activity consists of 10 Solving Equation problems with variables on both sides of the equal sign, perfect for Middle School and Algebra I students. It contains 8 stations with equations ready to solve, and 2 word problem stations where students

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This worksheet of 5 real world word problems consist of 3 problems where students will compare the unit rate (slope) of two different proportional relationships represented in different ways: table of values, graph, or algebraic expression; and 2

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This worksheet of 10 problems consist of calculating the volume of objects that we use on our daily life. The first 3 problems help students analyze the relationship between the volumes of the figures, and the last problem is an irregular object

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In this worksheet, students have to make a prediction of which of the 4 containers shown can fit the most popcorn, give reasons for their prediction, and then find the

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Students will find the surface area of 8 solids using their nets by calculating the area of each face and adding the areas. First 4 solids include their nets, the remaining 4 are objects that we use on our daily life and don't come with a net so

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In this worksheet, students will write representative linear equations for each table of values (2), graph (2), and verbal description (2) in slope-intercept form (y=mx+b), point-slope form, and standard form.
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Middle school and High school math teacher for 5 years Math Instructional Specialist for 2 years

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