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Story Problems and the living dead Active Learning. Who doesn’t like a good story problem now and then?.

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### Story Problems and the living dead Active Learning

Who doesn’t like a good story problem now and then?

17. A clear, octagonal tank measures 29.9 cm across, has sides of length 12.4 cm and is 36.5 cm tall. It is being filled with water at the rate of 16 ounces every 8.5 seconds. Assume that this rate does not vary over the course of the filling process. How long will it take to fill the tank?

29.9 cm

36.5 cm

Dan Meyers

http://mrmeyer.com/threeacts/watertank/

Who doesn’t like a good math word problem now and then?

Dan Meyer says:

1. Use multimedia;

2. Encourage student intuition;

3. Ask the shortest question you can;

4. Let students build the problem;

(Design a sequel.)

17. A clear, octagonal tank measures 12 inches across, has sides of length 5 inches and is 14 inches tall. It is being filled with water at the rate of 12 oz per 5 seconds. Assume that this rate does not vary over the course of the filling process. How long will it take to fill the tank?

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