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Unit 1 Lesson 3. Let’s Review BAG. Recall;. Pull out a clean sheet of paper . Write a paragraph, 5 to 6 sentences, about how to use the order of operations when solving this problem;. “I Can…”. “…apply the distributive property and multiply simple polynomial expressions.” M(F&A)10-3.

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Unit 1 lesson 3

Unit 1 Lesson 3


Unit 1 lesson 3

  • Let’s Review

  • BAG


Recall

Recall;


Pull out a clean sheet of paper

Pull out a clean sheet of paper

  • Write a paragraph, 5 to 6 sentences, about how to use the order of operations when solving this problem;


I can

“I Can…”

  • “…apply the distributive property and multiply simple polynomial expressions.”

  • M(F&A)10-3


Iced coffee a bagel and a donut

Iced Coffee, a bagel, and a donut

  • If 5 of each every week…

  • If every week of the year…


In all its glory the distributive property

In all its glory…the DISTRIBUTIVE PROPERTY


Examples

EXAMPLES


What about this

What about this???

  • NO CALCULATORS!


Critical thinking

Critical Thinking…

  • Former President Bush bought Dunkin Donuts for his security team. He paid $213 for everything. If coffee was twice as much as donuts, how much money was spent on coffee? Donuts?


Number tricks

Number Tricks

  • Think of a number between 1 and 25

  • Add 9 to your number

  • Multiply the result by 3

  • Subtract 6 from the current answer

  • Divide the answer by 3

  • Now subtract your original number

Textbook page 135-141

#’s 4-6


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