Solve real-world problems by graphing information given as a description of a situation in the coordinate plane and interpret coordinate values of points in the context of the situation.
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This lesson connects the work of graphing points on the coordinate place to solve real-world and mathematical problems (5.G.A) with analyzing relationships (5.OA.B), connecting content across domains.
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Jessica has $15 saved. She earns $6 per hour for babysitting.
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Jordan has $10 in the bank. Jordan earns $5 each week for doing chores, and he puts the money in the bank. After a certain number of weeks of doing chores, Jordan has $35. A graph is set up so that Jordan can record the total amount of money in the bank each week after putting in $5.
a. Which ordered pair represents the amount of money Jordan has in the bank before doing any chores?
a. (0, 10)
b. (0, 35)
c. (10,0)
d. (35,0)
b. Which ordered pair represents the amount of money Jordan has after 4 weeks of doing chores?
a. (4, 20)
b. (4, 30)
c. (20, 4)
d. (30, 4)
c. After how many weeks does Jordan have $35? Show or explain your work.
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