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How Much in One Batch? - Illustrative Mathematics

2020-7-14  How many cups of flour in one batch? Here are a diagram and a division equation that represent this situation: For each question, draw a diagram and write a division equation. 6 cups of flour make 4 batches of cupcakes.

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How Much in One Batch? - Illustrative Mathematics

2020-7-14  Here are a diagram and a division equation that represent this situation: 10\div5 = ? For each question, draw a diagram and write a division equation. 6 cups of flour make 4 batches of cupcakes. How many cups of flour in one batch? 2 cups of flour make \frac23 of a batch of bread. How many cups of flour in one batch?Â.

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Illustrative Mathematics

2020-7-14  How Many Batches/What Fraction of a Batch? View Details. How Much in One Batch? View Details. Typeset May 4, 2016 at 18:58:52. Licensed by Illustrative Mathematics under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. ...

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Illustrative Mathematics Grade 6, Unit 4.8 - Teachers IM ...

8.2: How Much in One Batch? (15 minutes) CCSS Standards. Addressing. ... IM 6–8 Math was originally developed by Open Up Resources and authored by Illustrative Mathematics®, and is copyright 2017-2019 by Open Up Resources. It is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0).

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2020-7-14  A batch of cupcakes requires $1 \frac12$ cups of flour. How many cups are needed for 3 batches? A batch of bread requires 3 cups of flour. How many cups are needed for $\frac12$ of a batch? A batch of rolls requires $2\frac12$ cups of flour. How many cups are needed for $1\frac12$ batches? A batch of cookies requires 2 cups of flour.

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Illustrative Mathematics Unit 6.4, Lesson 8: How Much in ...

Illustrative Math Grade 6. Lesson 8: What Fraction of a Group? Let’s look at division problems that help us find the size of one group. Illustrative Math Unit 6.4, Lesson 8 (printable worksheets) Lesson 8 Summary. The following example shows how to use diagrams and multiplication and division equations to find the size of one group.

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2020-7-14  Alice brought $2$ cups of flour and $\frac14$ cup of butter, Raul brought $1$ cup of flour and $\frac12$ cup of butter, and Maria brought $1 \frac14$ cups of flour and $\frac34$ cup of butter. If the students have plenty of the other ingredients they need (sugar, salt, baking soda, etc.), how many whole batches of a dozen cookies can they make?

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2020-7-14  One batch of purple paint contains 1/3 cup of blue paint and 1/2 cup of red paint. This will make a total of 1/2 + 1/3 = 5/6 of a cup of purple paint. In order to make 20 cups of purple paint, we need 20 $\div$ 5/6 = 24 batches. Each batch has 1/3 of a cup of blue paint so 24 batches will contain 24 $\times$ 1/3 = 8 cups of blue paint.

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Illustrative Mathematics - Students IM Demo

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2020-7-14  A batch of bread requires 3 cups of flour. How many cups are needed for of a batch?Â. A batch of rolls requires cups of flour. How many cups are needed for batches? A batch of cookies requires 2 cups of flour. How many batches can you make with 8 cups of flour? Here are a diagram and a division equation that represent this situation ...

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Illustrative Mathematics - Students IM Demo

11.2: A Huge Amount of Sparkling Orange Juice. Noah’s recipe for one batch of sparkling orange juice uses 4 liters of orange juice and 5 liters of soda water. Use the double number line to show how many liters of each ingredient to use for different-sized batches of sparkling orange juice. If someone mixes 36 liters of orange juice and 45 ...

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Illustrative Mathematics - Students Kendall Hunt

A recipe for one batch of cookies calls for 5 cups of flour and 2 teaspoons of vanilla. Draw a diagram that shows the amount of flour and vanilla needed for two batches of cookies. How many batches can you make with 15 cups of flour and 6 teaspoons of vanilla? Show the additional batches by adding more ingredients to your diagram.

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Illustrative Mathematics - Students IM Demo

15.2: Cubes of Paint. A recipe for maroon paint says, “Mix 5 ml of red paint with 3 ml of blue paint.”. Use snap cubes to represent the amounts of red and blue paint in the recipe. Then, draw a sketch of your snap-cube representation of the maroon paint.

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Illustrative Mathematics - Students Kendall Hunt

11.2: A Huge Amount of Sparkling Orange Juice. Noah’s recipe for one batch of sparkling orange juice uses 4 liters of orange juice and 5 liters of soda water. Use the double number line to show how many liters of each ingredient to use for different-sized batches of sparkling orange juice. If someone mixes 36 liters of orange juice and 45 ...

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Illustrative Mathematics Unit 6.2 ... - Online Math Learning

A recipe for chicken marinade says, “Mix 3 parts oil with 2 parts soy sauce and 1 part orange juice.”. If you need 42 cups of marinade in all, how much of each ingredient should you use? Elena makes fruit punch by mixing 4 parts cranberry juice to 3 parts apple juice to 2 parts grape juice. If one batch of fruit punch includes 30 cups of ...

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Illustrative Mathematics Unit 6.2 ... - Online Math Learning

Instructions. Combine the pasta, tuna, soup, and half of the cheese. Transfer into a 9 inch by 18 inch baking dish. Put the remaining cheese on top. Bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees. During the last 5 minutes, add the French fried onions. Let sit for 10 minutes

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Math Curriculum Illustrative Mathematics K–12 Math

Illustrative Mathematics, authored, reviewed and approved all of the content contained in Open Up Resources 6-8 Math 2.0. OUR 6–8 Math 2.0 is a high-quality curriculum, and Illustrative Mathematics is proud of its collaboration with Open Up Resources, which brought one of the first full-course OER middle school math curriculum to students and ...

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6-8 Math Illustrative Mathematics Preview Curriculum

A middle school math teacher since 2007, Michelle holds an M.Ed. in Curriculum Supervision from Pennsylvania State University. In 2013 she received the Huntsman Award for Excellence in Education. She was the lead author for grade 7 of the Illustrative Mathematics 6–8 Math

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Illustrative Mathematics Grade 6, Unit 2.10 Practice ...

Problem 7. In a triple batch of a spice mix, there are 6 teaspoons of garlic powder and 15 teaspoons of salt. Answer the following questions about the mix. If you get stuck, create a double number line. How much garlic powder is used with 5 teaspoons of salt?

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Illustrative Mathematics Grade 6, Unit 2.11 - Teachers ...

Launch. Arrange students in groups of 2. Display the image for all to see and tell students that the collection of images of green and blue tiles is growing. Ask how many total tiles will be in the 4th, 5th and 10th image if it keeps growing in the same way. Tell students

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Illustrative Mathematics Unit 6.4, Lesson 9: How Much in ...

Illustrative Math Grade 6. Lesson 9: How Much in Each Group? (Part 2) Let’s practice dividing fractions in different situations. Illustrative Math Unit 6.4, Lesson 9 (printable worksheets) Lesson 9 Summary. The following example shows how to use diagrams and multiplication and division equations to find the amount in one group.

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Illustrative Mathematics K-12 Math Resources for ...

Highly-rated: According to EdReports, an independent nonprofit that reviews K–12 instructional materials, IM 6–8 Math™ and IM 9–12 Math™ certified by Illustrative Mathematics® meet all expectations across all three gateways for focus, coherence, rigor, mathematical practices, and usability.K–5 reports coming soon. Grounded in best practices for effective mathematics education: Our ...

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Illustrative Mathematics Grade 6, Unit 2.4 - Teachers ...

mix a single batch with a double batch. double the amount of blue and triple the amount of yellow. For one of the mixtures that produces the same shade, write down the number of ml of blue and yellow used in the mixture. For the same mixture that produces the same shade, draw a diagram of the mixture.

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Illustrative Mathematics Unit 6.2 ... - Online Math Learning

Instructions. Combine the pasta, tuna, soup, and half of the cheese. Transfer into a 9 inch by 18 inch baking dish. Put the remaining cheese on top. Bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees. During the last 5 minutes, add the French fried onions. Let sit for 10 minutes

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Math Curriculum Illustrative Mathematics K–12 Math

Illustrative Mathematics, authored, reviewed and approved all of the content contained in Open Up Resources 6-8 Math 2.0. OUR 6–8 Math 2.0 is a high-quality curriculum, and Illustrative Mathematics is proud of its collaboration with Open Up Resources, which brought one of the first full-course OER middle school math curriculum to students and ...

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Illustrative Mathematics - Students Kendall Hunt

Instructions. Combine the pasta, tuna, soup, and half of the cheese. Transfer into a 9 inch by 18 inch baking dish. Put the remaining cheese on top.

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Illustrative Mathematics LearnZillion

LearnZillion Illustrative Mathematics is a WINNER for the BEST MATH SOLUTION category for the 2021 EdTech Awards. "LearnZillion’s versatility provides opportunity and access to Illustrative Mathematics. The awesome digital applets enhance the student

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Illustrative Mathematics Unit 6.2, Lesson 7: Creating ...

Follow the instructions to draw a double number line diagram representing the recipe for art paste. a. Use a ruler to draw two parallel lines. b. Label the first line “pints of water.”. Label the second line “cups of flour.”. c. Draw at least 6 equally spaced tick marks that

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+) 5.NF Do These Add Up? Illustrative Mathematics

2018-11-20  i. In this problem, both fractions are parts of the same whole, namely one mile, so it is appropriate to add them to find he ran a total of of a mile. 5.NF Do These Add Up? is licensed by Illustrative Mathematics under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License 7 10 7 10 2 5 3 10 5 15 7 10 7 10

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IM Certified Partners Illustrative Mathematics K–12 Math

CenterPoint Education Solutions’ interim assessments are aligned to IM 6-12 Math certified by Illustrative Mathematics and have been thoroughly reviewed and certified by the IM authors. CenterPoint’s IM Certified Interim Assessments are the only ones that give teachers information specifically about students’ progress on the Illustrative Mathematics curriculum and its underlying standards.

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