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Illustrative Mathematics: 7.RP Walk-a-thon 2

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Are you looking for performance tasks that offer real-world experiences and are also creative and fun? If so, then Illustrative Math is for you. On this particular site students explore a performance task that focuses on the concept of proportional relationships by examining the results of a walk-a-thon for cancer. Students create tables, graphs and equations as they explore the data and answer questions about the results. 

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