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Reflect on what you learned in Math for each Unit!Think about your answers to these questions. Discuss your ideas with other students. Think about what you learned so far and add a summary with the discussion bubble.Tag it so it saves to your digital backpack.

Unit 5: Think About It!

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The Brookville Badgers are competing in a grueling 12 mile relay race. Coach Thompson met the the 4 member team and gave the following instructions:
1. Martin will run 1/4 of the distance.
2. The next 1/3 will be run by Ben.
3. Corey will cover 1/2 of the remaining distance.
4. Jason will run the rest of the way.

Some members of the team complained to Coach Thompson that the racing assignments were not fair. Do you agree or disagree? Support your answer mathematically and remember to show your work.

Divisibility Information: These rules of divisibility will help you with mental math as well as game strategies. Check out the rules in this power point

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Math ReflectionsReflect on what you learned in Math for each Unit!Think about your answers to these questions. Discuss your ideas with other students. Think about what you learned so far and add a summary with the discussion bubble.Tag it so it saves to your digital backpack.

## Unit 5: Think About It!

The Brookville Badgers are competing in a grueling 12 mile relay race. Coach Thompson met the the 4 member team and gave the following instructions:

1. Martin will run 1/4 of the distance.

2. The next 1/3 will be run by Ben.

3. Corey will cover 1/2 of the remaining distance.

4. Jason will run the rest of the way.

Some members of the team complained to Coach Thompson that the racing assignments were not fair. Do you agree or disagree? Support your answer mathematically and remember to show your work.

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Divisibility Information: These rules of divisibility will help you with mental math as well as game strategies. Check out the rules in this power pointhttp://www.qacps.k12.md.us/comtek/k-5_lessons/Book_5/Divisibility/divisibility_student_resources.htm

Now try a game.

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