CartWeight Student Worksheet (KCPT Copy)
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TimestampNamePartner's nameClass PeriodQ1) What do you think is the highest possible score in each game? Q2) Do your guesses or scores appear in the graph?Q3) After playing two or three games on the Ames levelQ4) Looking at the data points for the most recent game on the graph, what type of relationship or function does there seem to be between the number of bricks and the total weight of the cart? Q5) In the game you just finished, how much does each brick weigh?Q6) In the game you just finished, how much would a cart weigh that had 0 bricks in it?Q7) What does the slope of your movable line represent in this game? Q8) What does the y-intercept of your movable line represent in this game?Q9) Suppose you were asked to help out a friend who hadn't played before how to win this game on the fourth level. Explain below, as if he or she were just starting it on his/her own computer.Q10) If the number of bricks doubles, would the total weight of the cart double also? Explain why or why not. Give an example from your data if you can.
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