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Resource Name Topic (Course) Technology Type \$? Browsing: All Content in Math 7 for Scale Browse discussions Login to Subscribe / Save Results Comparing Measures with the Pr... Scale (Math 7) Java Applet Activity [0] In these activities, you’ll predict and compare various dimensions of objects on a theatre stage, using the Proportioner tool. More: lessons, discussions, ratings, reviews,... Graph Zooming Scale (Math 7) Java Applet Tool [0] Students use different buttons to zoom a graph. They then investigate what is visible and what isn't, depending on which scale the zoom displays. More: lessons, discussions, ratings, reviews,... Graph Zooming Problem Scale (Math 7) Java Applet Activity [0] By asking students about the intersection between two lines, this problem involves solving two linear equations graphically. However, the main purpose of the problem is to investigate what happens whe... More: lessons, discussions, ratings, reviews,... Graph Zooming Teacher Support Scale (Math 7) Java Applet Lesson Plan [0] Links to Standards, activities, lessons, Ask Dr. Math archives, vocabulary, other resources. More: lessons, discussions, ratings, reviews,... How much did it cost back in? Scale (Math 7) Computer Tool [0] This WolframAlpha widget calculates and displays the current value of a historical amount of money. More: lessons, discussions, ratings, reviews,... Image Tool Scale (Math 7) Java Applet Tool [0] This activity allows the user to measure angles and explore the concept of "scale" as it pertains to maps, images, and drawings. More: lessons, discussions, ratings, reviews,... Proportioner Scale (Math 7) Java Applet Tool [0] Highlight proportion and scale with this tool that allows you to compare image dimensions by using one image to "paint" another. Use the Warm Up activity to familiarize yourself with the tool. More: lessons, discussions, ratings, reviews,... Side Length, Volume, and Surfa... Scale (Math 7) Java Applet Tool [0] The user can manipulate the scale factor that links two three-dimensional rectangular prisms and learn about the relationships among edge lengths, surface areas, and volumes. More: lessons, discussions, ratings, reviews,... Page 1