PSABM4X8 - Practice---Acc7.3 Lesson 4 Reasoning about Equations and Tape Diagrams (Part 1) (6.EE.B.5, 7.EE.B.3, 7.EE.B.4.a)
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Part A)

Here are three stories:

A. A family buys 6 tickets to a show. They also pay a $3 parking fee. They spend $27 to see the show.

B. Diego has 27 ounces of juice. He pours equal amounts for each of his 3 friends and has 6 ounces left for himself.

C. Jada works for 6 hours preparing for the art fair. She spends 3 hours on a sculpture and then paints 27 picture frames.

 

Here are three equations:

1.

2. 

3. 

 

Decide which equation represents each story.


Which equation represents story A? 

 

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Part B)

What does x represent?

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Part C)

Find the solution.

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Part D)

Explain or show your reasoning using the "WIRIS editor" button .

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Part E)

What does the solution tell you about the situation?

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Part F)

Which equation represents story B?

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Part G)

What does x represent?

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Part H)

Find the solution.

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Part I)

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Part J)

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Part K)

Which equation represents story C? 

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Part L)

What does x represent?

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Part M)

Find the solution.

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Part N)

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Part O)

What does the solution tell you about the situation?

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Part A)

Here is a diagram and its corresponding equation. Find the solution to the equation.

 

6x + 11 = 21

 

What is the solution?

 

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Part B)

Explain your reasoning.

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For each object, choose an appropriate scale for a drawing that fits on a regular sheet of paper. Not all of the scales on the list will be used. 

 

For your answer, write it out like this: paper: 1 in : 1ft.

 

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Part A)

The diagram shows two intersecting lines. Find the missing angle measures.

 

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Part B)

The diagram shows two intersecting lines. Find the missing angle measures.

 

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b

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Part C)

The diagram shows two intersecting lines. Find the missing angle measures.

 

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c

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