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Suppose A and B are the populations of two different cities. What would this expression Represent? 2. Write an INEQUALITY 6 less than 2 more than the sum of twice a number and 3. Monday, August 19 th Please complete the warm up . Week at a Glance.

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Suppose A and B are the populations of two different cities. What would this expression Represent?

2. Write an INEQUALITY

6 less than 2 more than the sum of twice a number and 3

Monday, August 19th

Please complete the warm up 

Week at a Glance

Monday: Review Graphs, Customary Conversions

Tuesday: Metric Conversions

Wednesday: Area and perimeter with conversions

Thursday: Unit Rate

Friday: Refresh Friday-conversions

*Expect a Homework Quiz sometime this week!

Quiz

I. Review Inequlities

Silvia is saving to buy a laptop that costs \$1,100. So far she has saved \$400. She makes \$12 an hour babysitting. What’s the least number of hours she needs to work in order to reach her goal?

1,100≤400 + 12x

Joe can spend at most \$50 on a pair of pants. He also has a \$10 coupon. Write an inequality that represents how much Joe can spend.

50 ≥ j – 10

Price is Right

How well do we know measurement?

For each picture two contestants will pick the best way to measure (weight, capacity, or length) in the

customary system

Average

840 lbs

Average

13 feet

Average

2 ounces

Average

3 fl. Oz.

Average

4 tons

Our Goal

Learnhow to convert customary measurements

Disclaimer

Yes, the customary conversions are weird, and, yes, we are the only country who really uses it…..

WHY?????

WHO KNOWS?!?!?!

Customary Conversion Factors

1 foot = 12 inches

1 yard = 3 feet

1 yard = 36 inches

1 mile = 5,280 feet

1 mile = 1,760 yards

1 pound (lb) = 16 ounces (oz)

1 Ton (T) = 2,000 pounds

1 gallon = 4 quarts

1 quart= 2 pints

1 pint = 2 cups

1 cup = 8 fluid ounces (floz)

Hint #1

1 mile = 5,280 feet

“5 tomatoes”

Important!

Same measurements in the numerator

And

Same measurements in the denominator

not

Setting It up
• First numerator is ALWAYS 1 and your LARGEST measurement
• First Ratio is your SCALE

Example: How many inches are in 7 feet

Stop, Drop, and Watch

How many feet are in 3 miles?

It takes two, let’s try together!

A book weighs 60 ounces. How many pounds is this?

You try!
• 5 ½ gallons = quarts
• 4 yards = inches
• 13,200 feet = miles

4.7 pints = cups

Use Gallon Man

Use Gallon Man to answer the following questions:

1 gal=________________quarts

1 quart=______________pints

1 pint=_______________cups

1 gal=________________cups

1 gal=________________pints

Calling all teachers!

Who can come up to the board and teach how you would

SET UP

The following problem:

How many inches

are in 6 miles?

Practice

Problems

Practicing is how I won the superbowl!

Think, Pair, Share3-2-1 Summary

3 things that I learned today are: