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Monday, April 16, 2018

4/16

Answer the following questions on a piece of loose leaf paper or inside of your math spiral.  Make sure to show all of your thinking.  Due Tomorrow!
Statistics and Probability (6.SP.B.5C)
James Harden (pictured below) is the leading candidate for the NBA's MVP Award this year.
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Below you will see how many points he scored in three different five game stretches. 
Games 1-5:  25, 15, 10, 25, 35
Games 6-10: 45, 25, 5, 25, 25
Games 11-15: 35, 35, 0, 15, 25  

Use the statistics above to answer the following questions:

1)  Which five game stretch did James Harden have the highest mean score?  How many points per game did he average (unit rate) during that stretch?  Show all of your work.

2)  Which five game stretch did James Harden have the highest median score?  Show all of your work.




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  • Monday, April 2, 2018

    4/2

    Answer the following questions on a piece of loose leaf paper or inside of your math spiral.  Make sure to show all of your thinking.  Due Tomorrow!


    Statistics and Probability (6.SP.A1)
    Watch the following 9.5 ,minute video on statistics and variability.  Use what you learn from the video to answer the questions below.



    Now that you have watched the video, read each of the following questions and decide which questions are statistical.



    Monday, March 26, 2018

    3/26


    Answer the following questions on a piece of loose leaf paper or inside of your math spiral.  Make sure to show all of your thinking.  Due Tomorrow!

     
    Ratios & Proportional Relationships (6.RP.A1)
    1)  The ratio of wings to beaks in a bird house at Mollie's veterinary clinic is 2:1.  What does the ratio 2:1 represent in this scenario?  How would this ratio change if there were a total of 7 birds? 

    Ratios & Proportional Relationships (6.RP.A2)
    2)  We paid $75 for 15 hamburgers.  Use this information to figure out how much 18 hamburgers would cost. 
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    Monday, March 19, 2018

    3/19


    Answer the following questions on a piece of loose leaf paper or inside of your math spiral.  Make sure to show all of your thinking.  Due Tomorrow!

     
    Expressions and Equations (Standard #8)

     
    Read the following scenario:  "Lexi has at most $245 inside her piggy bank."
    1. Write an inequality for this situation.
    2. Graph the inequality that you created on a number line.
    3. How many solutions/answers are there for this situation? Explain.
    4. Are there any answers that are not reasonable/realistic?  Explain. 
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    Monday, March 5, 2018

    3/5

    Answer the following two questions on a piece of loose leaf paper or inside of your math spiral.  Make sure to show all of your thinking.  DUE Wednesday!
     
    The Number System #2-4:  
     
    1.)  Write the following sentences as its own expression.
    • Subtract 5 from y.                   
    • The sum of 9 and a number.                       
    • The product of five and a number minus 6
    2)  Use the following formula/equation V= s³ to calculate the volume of a cube that has side lengths of 5 centimeters.  V=volume; s=side length


    3)  Use the distributive property to create an equivalent expression for 3(2+x).
    4)  Come up with an expression that is equivalent to y+y+y. 



    Monday, February 26, 2018

    2/26





    Answer the following two questions on a piece of loose leaf paper or inside of your math spiral.  Make sure to show all of your thinking.  DUE Tomorrow!

    The Number System #1:  
    1. Would you agree that 5x2 is equivalent to 2x5?  Would you agree that you could use 10 ÷ 5 or 10 ÷  2 to check and see if your answer is correct?  Please answer these two questions and defend your statement with complete sentences. 
    2. Use the strategy "Copy Dot Flip" to divide the following two fractions.  2/3 ÷ 3/4.  Use the inverse operation, multiplication, to check and see if you answer is correct.
    3. Create an illustration (picture/model) to show how you could solve the following story problem.  Keira, Katherine, and  Grace purchase a half of a pound of chocolate.  If they share the chocolate equally, how much would each girl get?