Describe a square.
Possible response: It has 4 sides that are equal in length and 4 right angles.
Look at Part 1. How many squares make up the rectangle?
What is a triangle?
Possible response: A closed shape with 3 straight sides and 3 angles.
How many small triangles make up the big yellow shape?
To make the big yellow shape into a square, how many more triangles would you need to add?
Look at the Input-Output Table in Part 2. What are some ways to get from 2 to 8?
Add 6; multiply by 4.
What are some ways to get from 4 to 16?
Add 12; multiply by 4.
How do you get from the IN value to the OUT value in this table?
Multiply by 4.
When you put in 5, what do you get out?
What number do you need to put in to get out 12? Explain your reasoning.
3; Possible explanation: ___ times 4 is 12, so the missing number is 3, or 12 divided by 4 is 3, so 3 times 4 is 12.
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