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#### Multiples of 3, 6, and 7

What are the common multiples of three, six, and seven? Assess young mathematicians ability to find the common multiples of three numbers in a straightforward math task.

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#### Extending Patterns with Exponents

Don't think negatively about exponents. Young mathematicians dissect a fictional conversation between pupils trying to evaluate an expression with a negative exponent. This allows them to understand the meaning of negative exponents.

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#### Inequality Expressions: Inequality Graph

Don't let inequalities be a drag. As young mathematicians drag the endpoint of the graph of an inequality in an interactive, the algebraic form of the inequality changes. This helps them see how the graph connects to the inequality.

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#### Equations with Variables on Both Sides: Rubber Ducky Math

Rubber ducky, you're the one ... to help solve equations. Young mathematicians use an interactive to set up a situation involving rubber ducks. This helps users visualize and solve an equation with variables on both sides.

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#### Two-Step Equations with Subtraction and Multiplication: Cupcake Equation

Solving equations is a piece of cake. Young mathematicians use an interactive to create a bar model to representing a situation involving cupcakes. They use the model to solve for the cost of a cupcake.

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#### Complementary Angles: Corner Kick

Soccer is all about angles. Young mathematicians use an interactive to correctly position the path of a soccer ball so that it reaches the goal. They consider complementary angles when answering a set of challenge questions.

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#### Linear Pairs: Angles and Lines in a Perspective Drawing

Gain some perspective on linear pairs. Aspiring mathematicians adjust the vanishing point on a perspective drawing. They see the effect on linear pairs of angles and answer five challenge questions based on their observations.

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#### Supplementary and Complementary Angle Pairs

Complement and supplement your knowledge of angles. Young mathematicians study supplementary and complementary angle pairs using an interactive. A set of challenge questions solidifies this understanding.

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#### Polygon Classification

Polly want a polygon? Young mathematicians sort shapes using an interactive. They classify the shapes as convex polygons, concave polygons, or not polygons.

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#### Converse, Inverse, and Contrapositive

Logically speaking, here is a great resource. Young mathematicians apply an interactive to consider the converse, inverse and contrapositive statements. Eight challenge questions assess understanding of the material.

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#### Intersecting and Parallel Lines

Sometimes line segments just refuse to meet. Young mathematicians connect houses on an interactive map using line segments. They must then determine whether these line segment pairs are intersecting or parallel.

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#### Properties of Congruence: Polygon Party

Don't let congruent figures drag you down. Young mathematicians use an interactive to drag figures onto one another to determine if the figures are congruent.

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#### Introduction to SOHCAHTOA

You might not be able to pronounce it, but everyone remembers SOHCAHTOA. Young mathematicians learn a way to remember the three major trigonometric ratios. They see how the first letters of certain words lead to the mnemonic.

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#### Finding the Equation of a Line Through 2 Points: Part 2

Reinforce your young mathematicians' linear equation-writing skills. A video lesson does a nice job explaining the steps of writing the equation of a line when given two points. It begins by giving scholars a problem to try on their own...

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#### Absolute Value: Picket Fence Painting

Painting a fence can be useful for more than just making your yard look good. A slider interactive has young mathematicians adjust the number of white fence panels. This activity helps in understanding how absolute value equations...

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#### Single Variable Expressions: Neighborhood Block

The number of bicycle wheel turns is as good as any way to describe the distance from school to home. An interactive lets young mathematicians determine the number of city blocks a person bicycles. They use this information along with an...

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