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Ratios and Proportions Problem Solving - Problem of the Week 11

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Happy Monday!
It's a rainy Monday here this morning....and a bit darker than usual with the time change, so I really wanted to stay in bed today!

We are working with ratios and proportions in 6th grade math this week, SO this week's problem of the week is a pizza-themed ratio problem solving activity.

I hope you can use it! You can click below either image to download:-)
Have a great day!
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Problem solving to help students practice setting up and solving proportions.
Or click here:-)

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