# 7.RP.3a Day 1 first day Objective: I can solve proportions.

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7.RP.3a Day 1 first day Objective: I can solve proportions.

Journal List as many fractions that you can that are equal to ½. Example: 2/4 Try to list fractions that no one else at your table will think of.

Journal Compare fractions with your table. Who has the most unique fractions? Who in the class has the largest number?

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Instead of using a “?” we replace it with a letter, called a variable.

Notes Instead of using a “?” we replace it with a letter, called a variable. A variable is any letter that stands for an unknown number.

Notes Instead of using a “?” we replace it with a letter, called a variable. A variable is any letter that stands for an unknown number. Common letters are

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7.RP.3a Day 1 second day Objective: I can solve story problems involving proportions.

Journal

Review

Quiz

Notes Day 1 second day Katie and some friends went to buy fruit smoothies. They go to a health food store that advertises a sale of 2 fruit smoothies for \$5. How much would 6 smoothies cost? Write a proportion and solve it.

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Olivia bought 6 containers of yogurt for \$7.68. How much would Olivia pay for 10 yogurts?

Notes Eugene bought six packages of blueberries for \$18. How many packages can he buy for \$6.00?

Notes If you can buy 12 seedless watermelons for \$24, how many can you buy for \$8?

Notes A painting is 3 inches tall and 4 inches wide. If it is enlarged to a height of 12 inches, then how wide would it be?

Notes Maria bought 15 Granny Smith apples for \$9. How many can she buy with \$108?

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