## 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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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]