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You are on page 1of 3

Open a 2015 calendar to the month of April. If your friend chooses four dates that

form a square on the calendar and only tells you the sum of the dates, can you

determine which four dates she chose?

providing explanations in complete sentences. Answers to the first three questions

should be written only in terms of the variable you select, with real calendar dates

used only in questions 4 & 5.

1. Use a variable to represent one of the dates in the square, making sure that you

identify exactly what your variable represents. Write individual expressions for

each of the other three dates in the square in relation to that same variable, and

identify which position in the square of dates that each expression represents

(i.e. top left, top right, etc.). Explain the reasons why these expressions

accurately represent the dates in the square.

2. Write a single expression that represents the sum of the four dates in terms of

the variable you chose, then simplify the expression. Explain the steps you

used to write and simplify your expression.

3. Beginning with the simplified expression from question 2, outline the steps you

would use to determine the four dates. Demonstrate your solution through

mathematical calculation, then explain why those steps would work.

4. Using the sum of four dates given to you by a parent/friend, confirm that the

solution method outlined in question 3 works. Show that your solution method

can be used to find the four dates chosen.

5. Do you think this method will work for every month of the year? Why or why

not? Justify your answer with an explanation and at least one example from

another month in 2015.

Criteria

Complete

Problem

Solution

Complete

Problem

Explanation

Mathematic

al

Computatio

n/ Errors

Diagrams &

Sketches

Neatness &

Organizatio

n

5Exceptional

4

Above

Average

Uses an

efficient and

effective

strategy to

solve the

problem(s).

Uses an

effective

strategy to

solve the

problem(s).

Explanation of

strategy/

solution is

detailed and

clear.

Explanation

of strategy/

solution is

clear.

More than

90% of the

steps and

solutions are

correct with

no

mathematical

errors. All

problems are

completed.

Almost all

(more than

85%)of the

steps and

solutions are

correct with

no

mathematica

l errors. All

problems are

completed.

Diagrams

and/or

sketches are

clear and

easy to

understand.

Diagrams

and/or

sketches are

clear and

greatly add to

the reader's

understanding

of the

procedure(s).

Work is

presented in a

neat, clear,

organized

fashion that is

easy to

comprehend.

Work is

presented in

a neat and

organized

fashion that

is generally

easy to

comprehend.

3Satisfactory

Sometimes

uses an

effective

strategy to

solve

problems, but

does not do it

consistently.

Explanation is

a little difficult

to understand,

but includes

critical

components.

More than 75%

of the steps

and solutions

have no

mathematical

errors. All

problems are

completed.

Diagrams

and/or

sketches are

somewhat

difficult to

understand

and slightly

add to the

readers

understanding.

Work is

presented in a

generally

organized

fashion but

may be hard to

comprehend at

times.

2

Needs

Improvemen

t

1

Poor/

Unacceptabl

e

Rarely uses an

effective

strategy to

solve problems.

Strategies/

procedures are

not shown.

Explanation is

difficult to

understand and

is missing

several

components OR

was not

included.

More than 75%

of the steps and

solutions have

mathematical

errors. Several

of the problems

are not

completed.

No explanation

for strategy/

solution

provided.

Diagrams

and/or sketches

are difficult to

understand or

do not add to

the readers

understanding.

Diagrams

and/or

sketches are

not included.

Work appears

sloppy and

unorganized. It

is difficult to

understand

what

information

goes together.

Work is

unorganized

and illegible;

unable to

comprehend

any part of

solution.

Score

_______

All problems

contain errors.

None of the

problems are

completed.

_______

_______

_______

_______

TOTAL

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