AIM: How can we use rate tables to find missing quantities?
HW: Unit 3: Comparing and Scaling; ACE#27-28, p.58
Do Now: Copy the table and fill in the missing information based on the diagram.
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Classwork: Continuing with the pizza problem, student looked at the rate table. They used the relationship between cost per pizza and number of pizzas to write a relationship for each pizza place. Royal's pizza had a unit price of $12 per pizza, hence the equation P=12n, where P is the price and n is the number of pizzas. The equation for Howdy's pizza was P=13n. We took our information from the table and graphed it on a coordinate plane to better make observations and analyses.