By Glenda Lappan, James T Fey, William N Fitzgerald, Susan N Friel, Elizabeth Phillips
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Draw a picture to prove that your calculations make sense. C. Takoda answers Question A part (1) by doing the following: 1 1 1 Q2 3 1 R + Q 3 1 R 2 6 6 1. Do you think Takoda’s strategy works? Explain. 2. Try Takoda’s strategy on parts (2) and (5) in Question A. Does his strategy work? Why or why not? 1 D. For parts (1)–(3), find a value for N so that the product of 1 2 3 N is: 1 1 1 1. between 0 and 1 2. 1 3. between 1 and 2 2 2 2 4. Describe when a product will be less than each of the two factors.
B. Write a word problem where it makes sense to use the number-line model to solve the problem. B. Solve the following problems. Write a number sentence for each. 1 1 1. Seth runs 4 of a 2-mile relay race. How far does he run? 4 1 2. Mali owns 5 of an acre of land. She uses 3 of it for her dog kennel. How much of an acre is used for the kennel? 3. Blaine drives the machine that paints stripes along the highway. He 9 2 plans to paint a stripe that is 10 of a mile long. He is 3 of the way done when he runs out of paint.
The 1 only measuring cups you have are 2 cup, 1 cup, and 1 pint. Which measuring cup would you use? How would you make sure you had exactly one gallon?