6th Grade Regular Math: Course Scope & Sequence.
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6th Grade Regular Math: Course Scope & Sequence.
This lesson unit is intended to help students judge the accuracy of two different approximations to a particular linear relationship. Students will compare two linear functions as approximations to the relationship between Celsius and Fahrenheit temperature and consider under what circumstances each of the approximations may be reasonable.
7th Grade Regular Math: Course Scope & Sequence.
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