## Car Color

CertifiedStudents will apply knowledge of probability and problem solving to examine urban myths related to sports cars and the color of the car.

## What is Right for Me?

CertifiedFor this task, students will choose two colleges in different locations to analyze. Students will create and use trend lines and r2 values to analyze tuition and enrollment data from each college. They will use data from the past 5 years to fit functions to this data and make predictions for the...

## What is Right for Me?

CertifiedFor this task, students will choose two colleges in different locations to analyze. Students will create and use trend lines and r2 values to analyze tuition and enrollment data from each college. They will use data from the past 5 years to fit functions to this data and make predictions for the...

This CCSS-aligned common analytic rubric can be used across performance assessments. The rubric assesses a student's ability to reason, problem-solve, develop sound arguments or decisions, and create new ideas by using appropriate sources and applying the knowledge and skills of the discipline...

## Heating Degree Days

CertifiedIn this task, students are given a simulation about a family concerned with saving money and energy by better insulating their house. Students are given a set of information regarding heating bill costs over time, costs of insulation investments, and additional constraints, and are asked to...

## Open for Business

CertifiedThe context for this task immerses students in the mathematics of supply and demand. Accordingly, the work involves applying their understanding of demand, revenue, profit, and price. Students learn about how to model the relationships among these quantities using Internet resources provided for...

## Projectile Motion

CertifiedStudents will create a math model to predict the path of a projectile. They will be required to complete and submit a formal paper of their problem solving process and solution for their scenario.

## Which is a Better Deal?

CertifiedThe essential question that this task poses to students is: How can I become a well-informed, cost-conscious consumer of goods and services using my mathematical skills?

In this task, students have the opportunity to choose a good or service that they would like to purchase.

After...

In this task, students will be asked to write an article about how the cost of education has increased over time.

Students will be required to create scatterplots and graphs that demonstrate their knowledge of linear equations to use in their article. They will also be turning in their...

## Stopping Distance

CertifiedThis task begins with an animated video clip showing a cat jumping into the road, and a car nearly hitting it, which motivates a framing question: Can the driver stop in time? This sets the context for a whole-class brainstorm about what quantities might need to be considered in order to answer...

## Dog’s Play Area

CertifiedIn this task, students respond to a geometry problem in which a girl is attempting to find the optimal location to tether her dog so that the dog doesn't dig in the garden, but without reducing the play area for the animal.

Students are given a number of measurements and constraints and...

## Maximum Volume

CertifiedIn this task, students are given a problem about maximizing volume. Students are given a set of construction paper squares with predetermined side lengths. They are asked to determine the length of the side of the square that they must cut out from the corners in order to maximize the volume of...