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This project was adapted from the NCTM Illuminations lesson Printing Books : http://illuminations.nctm.org/LessonDetail.aspx?I D=L271.

**Printing Books Project Rubric
**

Expectations 1 (5 points)

Did not address that part of the task or shows very little understanding

**Levels of Proficiency 2 (10 points)
**

Some elements of task are correct or shows some understanding.

3 (15 points)

Mostly correct. Shows understanding with minor flaws.

4 (20 points)

Complete, correct, and thorough understanding.

Spreadsheet – All data is inputted correctly. Student shows understanding of how to use spreadsheets to formulate graphs/charts. Graph of 3 Lines – Includes title & labels axes. All points are correct in accordance with spreadsheet data. Equations for Each Line – Identifies slope and yintercept on each line. Writes an equation in slopeintercept form (y=mx + b). Follow Up Questions Timeliness of finished product Due Date: ________ Teacher Comments: Turned in after class period due (Within 3 weeks) Turned in after class period due (Within 2 weeks) Turned in after class period due (Within 1 week) Turned in on time (by class on the due date)

Self Evaluation: __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________

Peer Evaluation: __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________

Name: __________________________

Printing Books Project Follow Up Questions

ID: B

1. a. Which of the three options shown in the Printing Books dilemma displays a proportional relationship between Number of Books and Cost? Explain how you determined your answer.

b, What is the unit rate in this option? Explain in the context of the situation.

c. Write an equation to represent each of the options. (Remember to identify slope & y-intercept.) Printing Company ________________________ Copy Center ________________________ School District ________________________ 2. a. At what point do the Copy Center and School District lines intersect? Describe the cost of each at this point.

b. At what point do the Printing Company and Copy Center lines intersect? Describe the cost of each at this point.

Name: __________________________ 3. Suppose that these additional conditions apply: Western High School will need 400 textbooks next year. Eastern High School will need 550 textbooks next year. Northern High School will need 1400 textbooks next year.

Choose one of the high schools listed above. Write a paragraph of at least 5 sentences to the school board explaining which copying option you would choose. Use your spreadsheet and the graph to determine which copying option would cost the school the least amount of money.

Name: __________________________

Printing Books Project Follow Up Questions

ID: A

1. a. Which of the three options shown in the Printing Books dilemma displays a proportional relationship between Number of Books and Cost? Explain how you determined your answer.

b. What is the unit rate in this option? Explain the unit rate in the context of the situation.

2. a. Identify the slope and y-intercept of each of the lines in the scatter plot. Write the equation for each in slope-intercept form (y=mx + b).

SLOPE

Y-INTERCEPT

Where does the line hit the y-axis?

EQUATION OF LINE

PRINTING COMPANY

COPY CENTER

SCHOOL DISTRICT

b. Which line has the greatest rate of change?

Name: __________________________ 3. Suppose that these additional conditions apply: Western High School will need 400 textbooks next year. Eastern High School will need 550 testbooks next year. Northern High School will need 1400 textbooks next year.

Choose one of the high schools listed above. Write a paragraph of at least 5 sentences to the school board explaining which copying option you would choose. Use your spreadsheet and the graph to determine which copying option would cost the school the least amount of money.

Name: __________________________

Printing Books Project Follow Up Questions

ID: C

1. a. Which of the three options shown in the Printing Books dilemma displays a proportional relationship between Number of Books and Cost? Explain how you determined your answer.

b, What is the unit rate in this option? Explain in the context of the situation.

c. Write an equation to represent each of the options. (Remember to identify slope & y-intercept.) Printing Company ________________________ Copy Center ________________________ School District ________________________ 2. Compare the lines created by the Copy Center and School District copying data. a. At what point do these lines intersect? Describe the cost of each at this point.

b. What changes at this intersection point? Describe the cost of using the Copy Center before the point of intersection versus the cost of using the Copy Center after the point of intersection.

3. Suppose that these additional conditions apply:

Name: __________________________ Western High School will need 400 textbooks next year. Eastern High School will need 550 testbooks next year. Northern High School will need 1400 textbooks next year.

Choose one of the high schools listed above. Write a paragraph of at least 5 sentences to the school board explaining which copying option you would choose. Use your spreadsheet and the graph to determine which copying option would cost the school the least amount of money.

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