T8

I can solve problems involving finding the whole, given a part and the percent *

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Lesson 1

Direct Instruction

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p157 Write the Percent Proportion. Plug in the part, whole, and percent. Use a ratio table and scaling up or down to solve for the unknown. Remember that equal means equal (so you can switch the order of the ratios).

Summarize

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Make notes to your future forgetful selves:

How to use The Percent Proportion:

1. Identify the part, whole and percent in the information you are given. (Reminder: one will be missing)

2. Write The Percent Proportion (generic)

3. Substitute

4. Use a Ratio Table to solve for the unknown

Check-your-understanding Questions

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Use the Percent Proportion to solve for the unknown: L. 2-8 p161: 23, 21, 19; p159: 5, 3; p162: 29, 31, 33

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer, and check the answer in the back of the book (or online at V1SA5). If you got it right, move on. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

Lesson 2

Use The Percent Proportion to answer the following questions:

A. 120 is 30% of what number?

After completing the Check-your-understanding Questions, which were important for everyone to do?

The underlying skills behind using The Percent Proportion are 'scaling up' and 'scaling down'. Let's practice doing that

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Lesson 1

Direct Instruction

^{ Notes }
Summarize

^{ Notes }
Make notes to your future forgetful selves:

How to use The Percent Proportion:

2. Write The Percent Proportion (generic)

3. Substitute

4. Use a Ratio Table to solve for the unknown

Check-your-understanding Questions

^{ Due 10/13 }
Lesson 2

Use The Percent Proportion to answer the following questions:

A. 120 is 30% of what number?

After completing the Check-your-understanding Questions, which were important for everyone to do?

1.

2.

3.