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Problem Solving – Short Response 1. Fuller Computer Lab. This activity addresses the following Illinois State Goal. 6.B.1 6.B.3a Solve practical computation problems involving whole numbers, integers and rational numbers. Rubric. Rubric. Rubric. Mugs Guess and Check.

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Problem solving short response 1

Problem Solving – Short Response 1

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This activity addresses the following illinois state goal

This activity addresses the following Illinois State Goal.

  • 6.B.1 6.B.3a Solve practical computation problems involving whole numbers, integers and rational numbers.

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Rubric

Rubric

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Rubric1

Rubric

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Rubric2

Rubric

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Mugs guess and check

Mugs Guess and Check

  • Mary McDonald makes mugs in Miami. She makes two sizes of mugs: a small mug that she sells for $2.50 and a large mug that she sells for $5.75. Yesterday Mary made $56. Before she opened her shop in the morning, she had 200 mugs in her inventory. At the end of the day she has 188. How many mugs of each price did she sell?

  • We can use a guess and check strategy to find this answer. (or algebra)

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Problem solving short response 1

  • Mary McDonald makes mugs in Miami. She makes two sizes of mugs: a small mug that she sells for $2.50 and a large mug that she sells for $5.75. Yesterday Mary made $56. Before she opened her shop in the morning, she had 200 mugs in her inventory. At the end of the day she has 188. How many mugs of each price did she sell?

  • What do we know?

    • Two sizes, small costs $2.50, large $5.75.

    • Yesterday, Mary made $56.

    • She had 200 mugs to start, and ended with 188.

  • What do we need to find?

    • How many mugs of each price did Mary sell?

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Guess and check

Guess and Check

Mary McDonald makes mugs in Miami. She makes two sizes of mugs: a small mug that she sells for $2.50 and a large mug that she sells for $5.75. Yesterday Mary made $56. Before she opened her shop in the morning, she had 200 mugs in her inventory. At the end of the day she has 188. How many mugs of each price did she sell?

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This is a 12 point problem

This is a 12 point problem

  • Tell what you know.

  • Tell what you need to find out.

  • Explain what you are going to do to find the answer and why that will give the answer

  • Show all your work.

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