Hawaii
March 12, 2022, 1:30:00 AM
Friday
Level 5

Ms. Mari

Target 1​

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New

Measurment

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Techniques and Formulas

Calculate circle measurements.

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Identify Pi (π) as a constant of all circles.

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Determine that Pi (π) is a ratio of circumference to diameter.

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Recognize that Pi (π) is generally represented by 3.14.

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7th

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CIRCUMFERENCE, DIAMETER, PI

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- Measured the circumference and diameter of six different sized circular objects and calculated the ratio of circumference to diameter; organized results in a table.

- Determined the average of all the ratios and recognized that all ratios were a little greater than 3, approximately 3.14. Defined this ratio as "pi".

 

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Jacob

Target 2

Lesson Type:
Review
Algebra
Variable
Identify the proportional relationship that occurs in equations with two variables.

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Use the graphic representation of a variable relationship to determine the proportions present.

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Understand that the type of relationship present between two variables can easily be seen when graphed.

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Use graphs, equations, and ordered pairs to examine the relationship between variables.

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Grade:

7th

Vocabulary:

PROPORTIONAL LINEAR RELATIONSHIP, CONSTANT OF PROPORTIONALITY

Activities:

- Graphed the relationship between circumference and diameter on a coordinate plane.

- Defined the relationship as "proportional" and recognized pi as the "constant of proportionality".

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