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Whose S ope is it Anyway?. Created by Brian Domroes. Which Animal is Faster?. Give reasons to support your answer. Rate: Definition and Examples. A rate is a ratio comparing two different units Examples: Dollars/week Miles/hour Beats/second. Cat and Mouse Simulation.

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Whose S ope is it Anyway?

Created by Brian Domroes

which animal is faster
Which Animal is Faster?

Give reasons to support your answer.

rate definition and examples
Rate: Definition and Examples
  • A rate is a ratio comparing two different units
  • Examples:
    • Dollars/week
    • Miles/hour
    • Beats/second
cat and mouse simulation
Cat and Mouse Simulation

What do graph lines really mean?

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Go to www.explorelearning.com

Type in “Cat and Mouse”

Cat and Mouse

exploration activity reviewed
Exploration Activity Reviewed
  • The line moves up the y axis 3 spaces.
  • Make the cat go as fast as possible.
  • Yes, if it has enough of a head start.
  • Parallel lines = same slope = same speed.
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Exploration Activity Reviewed

6. The intersecting lines shows where the cat catches the mouse.

  • 20 feet

8. The more vertical the line, the faster the animal.

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Exploration Activity Reviewed

9.

What are your observations?

130 feet in

y

x

130 feet in

2 seconds

360 feet in

y

x

360 feet in

8 seconds

180 feet in

y

x

180 feet in

2 seconds

420 feet in

y

x

420 feet in

4 seconds

200 feet in

y

x

200 feet in

4 seconds

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Answers Reviewed
  • The change in y compared to change in x.
  • The Impala is 2nd fastest.
  • The Sable and the Warthog.
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