REVEIW: One solution no solution infinite webquest

SWBAT: I

INTRODUCTION:

Step

1: Visit the website

Step

2: To play video of someone ordering pizza from Domino's Pizza;

Step

3: On a separate piece of graph paper work as a group to answer the questions

below.

1. Based on the information above, how much do you think Domino's Pizza is

charging for each topping? SHOW YOUR WORK BY CREATING A

TABLE)

2. A medium 3- topping pizza costs $15.46. What would it mean if it cost something

other than this? (Think in terms of what slope means)

3. For the 2 and 4 topping pizzas, how much are you spending total on toppings?

(SHOW WORK)

4. What is the base price of a plain cheese pizza? (Think of what the initial cost

of the pizza is without any toppings)

5. Write an equation for the price of a medium pizza. Let the variable C represent the Cost of the pizza and T

represent the number of toppings.

6. Based on your equation is a 12 topping pizza twice as expensive as a 6 topping pizza? (Show work to

justify)

7. Create a graph for your equation. INCLUDE A TITLE< LABELS FOR X AN Y

AXIS, APPROPRIATE UNITS. Create a table with values for toppings (0-12) and the

cost of the pizza.

8. Check out the subpage below the Mathalicious site. This is the graph of how

Dominos actually charges. Interpret this graph? Why does the line not

continuously increase?

* Visit other local pizzarias (Papa Johns, Larosa's, Snappy etc). How much

do they charge per topping (show work)? How many toppings can you order for your

pizza at these particular pizzarias? Is it the same or different from Dominos?

Why do you think this is?

__/userfiles/1280/One%20solution%20no%20solution%20infinite%20webquest.pptx__**LT (8F, 8EE5/6)-'Activity courtesy of Mathalicious'**SWBAT: I

*can graph linear equations in the form y=mx+b*INTRODUCTION:

**The Domino’s website allows you to build your own pizzas, but doesn’t specify how**

much they cost. We’ll use linear equations to find the base price (y-intercept)

and cost per additional topping (slope) to figure out how much Domino’s is

really charging for pizza.much they cost. We’ll use linear equations to find the base price (y-intercept)

and cost per additional topping (slope) to figure out how much Domino’s is

really charging for pizza.

Step

1: Visit the website

__http://www.mathalicious.com/lesson/domino-effect/__Step

2: To play video of someone ordering pizza from Domino's Pizza;

**on the screen shot scan**

to slide 2 and press PLAY.to slide 2 and press PLAY.

Step

3: On a separate piece of graph paper work as a group to answer the questions

below.

1. Based on the information above, how much do you think Domino's Pizza is

charging for each topping? SHOW YOUR WORK BY CREATING A

TABLE)

2. A medium 3- topping pizza costs $15.46. What would it mean if it cost something

other than this? (Think in terms of what slope means)

3. For the 2 and 4 topping pizzas, how much are you spending total on toppings?

(SHOW WORK)

4. What is the base price of a plain cheese pizza? (Think of what the initial cost

of the pizza is without any toppings)

5. Write an equation for the price of a medium pizza. Let the variable C represent the Cost of the pizza and T

represent the number of toppings.

6. Based on your equation is a 12 topping pizza twice as expensive as a 6 topping pizza? (Show work to

justify)

7. Create a graph for your equation. INCLUDE A TITLE< LABELS FOR X AN Y

AXIS, APPROPRIATE UNITS. Create a table with values for toppings (0-12) and the

cost of the pizza.

8. Check out the subpage below the Mathalicious site. This is the graph of how

Dominos actually charges. Interpret this graph? Why does the line not

continuously increase?

* Visit other local pizzarias (Papa Johns, Larosa's, Snappy etc). How much

do they charge per topping (show work)? How many toppings can you order for your

pizza at these particular pizzarias? Is it the same or different from Dominos?

Why do you think this is?