Use ratios and reasoning to solve real-world mathematical problems (e.g., by reasoning about tables of equivalent ratios, tape diagrams, double number line diagrams, or equations).
- Given a scenario students can use manipulatives to represent the ratio relationship. (e.g., Each person wants 2 eggs and there are 4 people, how many eggs do you need for the whole group?)
- Use manipulatives to represent data on a line graph (i.e., show the amount of dollars someone has earned over the course of a week).
- Use data presented in tables or graphs and manipulatives to answer questions about ratios.
- Given a scenario students can create a ratio relationship. (e.g., Each person wants 2 eggs and there are 4 people, how many eggs do you need for the whole group? Answer: 8 eggs: 4 people).
- Use a line graph to demonstrate real-life data (i.e., average temperatures across months of the year).
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