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Organization…. Discussion: how do you stay organized??. 3.6 Problem Solving Charts. Objective : To organize the facts of a problem in a chart. Basically, charts help to organize facts !. Example 1.

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Organization…
• Discussion: how do you stay organized??
3.6 Problem Solving Charts
• Objective: To organize the facts of a problem in a chart.

Basically, charts help to organize facts!

Example 1
• Organize the following information using a chart: a roll of carpet 9 ft wide is 20 ft longer than a roll of carpet 12 ft wide.
Example 1
• Organize the following information using a chart: a roll of carpet 9 ft wide is 20 ft longer than a roll of carpet 12 ft wide.
Example 1
• Organize the following information using a chart: a roll of carpet 9 ft wide is 20 ft longer than a roll of carpet 12 ft wide.
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Example 2
• Find the number of calories in an apple and in a pear. A pear contains 30 cal. more than an apple. Ten apples have as many calories as 7 pears.
• Organize the following information using a chart and answer the question:

Equation: Cal ∙ # = Total

Example 2
• Find the number of calories in an apple and in a pear. A pear contains 30 cal. more than an apple. Ten apples have as many calories as 7 pears.
• Organize the following information using a chart and answer the question:

Equation: Cal ∙ # = Total

Example 2
• Find the number of calories in an apple and in a pear. A pear contains 30 cal. more than an apple. Ten apples have as many calories as 7 pears.
• Organize the following information using a chart and answer the question:

Equation: Cal ∙ # = Total

Example 2
• Find the number of calories in an apple and in a pear. A pear contains 30 cal. more than an apple. Ten apples have as many calories as 7 pears.
• Organize the following information using a chart and answer the question:

Equation: Cal ∙ # = Total

Example 2

Represent Data with Chart

How many calories in apple? How many in a pear?

10A = 7(30 + A)

10A = 210 + 7A

3A = 210  Apples = 70

 Pears = 70 + 30 = 100

Section 3.6 Homework

• Page 122. Problems: 1 – 4 & 6 – 14 even
• Be sure to state your conclusion and show a check!