# Month: July 2015

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## New Buzzmath Activity – Unit Rates with Ratios of Fractions

A part of a rate? Is that possible? The activity Unit Rates with Ratios of Fractions provides many real world opportunities for students to find unit rates when one or […]

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## New Buzzmath Activity – Using Elimination to Solve A System of Equations

Opp-o-sites attract! Right? Thanks to Paula Abdul, we know this is true. Did you also know that opposites eliminate? This concept will prove to be very helpful when students practice […]

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## New Buzzmath Activity – Equations and Inequalities – Solve and Graph Two-Step Inequalities

This one is a role reversal! Up to this point, students have been exposed to expressing basic real world problems with inequalities using only positive coefficients. The activity Solve and […]

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## New Buzzmath Activity – Using Substitution to Solve A System of Equations

There may be no substitute for hard work, but there can be a substitute for x or y. Students will practice solving systems of equations using the substitution method in […]

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## New Buzzmath Activity – Multi-Step Problem Solving with Rational Numbers

There’s a familiar expression (or some variation of the expression) that says “there’s more than one way to scare a cat,” which simply means that there’s more than one way […]

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## New BuzzMath Activity – Solving Word Problems with Inequalities

In the real world, things are often, more or less…..unequal. No pun intended! Students need to be able to translate verbal descriptions to math symbols containing inequalities when solving many […]

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## New BuzzMath Activity – Solve and Graph Two-Step Inequalities

This one is a role reversal! Up to this point, students have been exposed to expressing basic real world problems with inequalities using only positive coefficients. The activity Solve and […]

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## New Buzzmath activity – Comparing Two Numerical Data Distributions

Can we compare apples and oranges? We certainly can…when we use statistics! In the activity Comparing Two Numerical Distributions, students compare two populations by looking at the similarities and/or differences […]

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## New BuzzMath Activity – Word Problems Using Systems of Linear Equations

When am I ever going to use this? How many times do you hear these words in a math classroom? Students have been learning how to solve systems of linear […]