Radnor Middle School Mathematics Department
Friday, November 1, 2002


Send a Note | November 1 Agenda

We selected some Problems of the Week from our Problems Library as examples of problem solving prompts for each of the given topics. You can browse these resources for additional ideas:

Problems Library
Current Problems of the Week
Math Fundamentals || Pre-Algebra || Algebra || Geometry
Teacher Support for the 2002-2003 PoWs
averaging
Batter Up!  ||  Print Version
Mean Jellybeans  ||  Print Version
Mr. Pearson's Statistics Lesson  ||  Print Version

circumference
Approximating the Circumference and Area of a Circle  ||  Print Version
Circles Around  ||  Print Version

decimals
Back-to-School Shopping  ||  Print Version
Dishwasher Discounts  ||  Print Version

equations
Grandpa Jones' Age ||  Print Version
The Great One ||  Print Version
Mirror Musing  ||  Print Version
Ostrich Llama Count  ||  Print Version

fractions
Almond Cookie Bake  ||  Print Version
Milk Madness  ||  Print Version

functions
The EV Function ||  Print Version
The Function Challenge ||  Print Version

graphs
Distance Driving  ||  Print Version
Graphing for Area  ||  Print Version

integers
An Interesting Integer  ||  Print Version
Temperature Change  ||  Print Version

measurement
Congruent Rectangles  ||  Print Version
How Large Is The Patio
More Pie, Anyone?  ||  Print Version

percents
Downhill All the Way ||  Print Version
Home Run Percentages ||  Print Version

probability
Chamique the Archer ||  Print Version
Golfing Luck? ||  Print Version
Olympic Target Shooting ||  Print Version

symmetry
Rotating a Triangle  ||  Print Version
Tiling Triangles ||  Print Version

transformations
Transforming a Triangle ||  Print Version
Triangle Transformation ||  Print Version

Annie Fetter & Suzanne Alejandre
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