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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Journal

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Review

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Quiz

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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?

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

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

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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?

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

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