Look at Part 1. What shapes make up the figure?
Possible response: a rectangle and a triangle.
How can you find the area of the figure?
Split the figure into a rectangle and a triangle and find the sum of their areas.
What formula can you use to find the area of the triangle?
Look at Part 2. What is the ratio of blueberries to strawberries for each serving?
Is the number of blueberries proportional to the number of strawberries for each serving? How do you know?
Yes. Possible explanation: the ratios are equivalent because they all reduce to 5.
What equation describes the number of blueberries, b, in terms of the number of strawberries, s, in each serving?
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