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A _______________ involves a progression from step to step; this type of pattern can be used to introduce the concept of a function
growing pattern
When students__________ the data they gather become more meaningful.
formulate questions
How students organize the data and techniques for analyzing them have a ___________.
purpose
How students ___________ the data and techniques for analyzing data have a purpose.
organize
How students organize __________ and techniques for analyzing data have a purpose.
data
What is the purpose in using student-generated questions for gathering data?
when students formulate questions, the data they gather becomes more meaningful
__________ involve data that is often analyzed to search for or demonstrate relationships between two sets of data or phenomena.
scatter plots
Where probability on a continuum is concerned you should do what?
change early misconceptions
Where probability on a continuum is concerned you should begin with the __________ of the continuum: impossible and certain.
extremes
Where probability on a continuum is concerned you should begin with the extremes of the continuum: _________ and __________.
impossible and certain
____________________ is based on a logical analysis of the experiment.
theoretical probability
Equal to the number of “favorable” outcomes/ number of possible outcomes (size of the sample space) relates to what?
theoretical probability
Write a join addition problem.
Sandy had 6 dogs. Aaron gave her 3 more. How many dogs does Sandra have altogether?
Write a compare subtraction problem.
Aaron has 12 candy bars and Sandy has 8 candy bars. How many more candy bars does Aaron have than Sandy?
Write a measurement problem.
Sandy has 20 zucchini seeds to plant. She wants to plant them in rows of 5. How many rows will he need to plant?
Bully has 3 yards of material. If each pattern requires 1 1/6 yards of material, how many patterns will he be able to make?
Draw the 3 yards. Divide the last one into 6ths. He can make 2 whole patterns.
There was 7/8 of a pizza sitting on a table. Bully came by and ate 2/3 of that pizza. How much of a whole pizza did Bully eat?
Draw the box containing 8 boxes across. Shade in 7 rows.

Draw the lines across, creating 3 rows. Circle 2 of those 3.
12/15 bones divided by 3/15 servings.
Draw the 12 bones. Divide those bones into 3. You have 4 groups.
_____________ relationship connects the two variables (top and bottom).
functional
The ___________ relationship is a growing pattern.
recursive
Give an example of the verbal description.
The number of pieces is a function of the number of cuts of the string.
Give an example of the context.
Cutting string
Give an example of a recursive relationship.
starting at 1, add 2
Give an example of a functional relationship
P = 2c + 1
What was the functional formula for cutting string?
P = 2c + 1
What was the functional formula for # of sides (diagonals)?
D = S(s-3) / 2
What was the functional formula for triangles?
t = p squared
What was the functional formula for folding paper?
R = 2 to the f power