Live near a normal fault, strike-slip fault, or reverse fault?
For more support with this lesson, here is some information from the USGS:
With support from @jdfort
Have 38 baskets of 12 apples OR 40 baskets of 10 apples?
Choose Option A, Option B, Option C, Option D, OR Option E when purchasing a new phone? Whichever option you choose, please justify your reason using mathematics.
For the sake of this exercise, assume that this pricing model is for the wireless provider of your choice.
Screenshot from att.com cell phone purchasing options, September 13th, 2015.
Install and maintain a hand dryer or a paper towl dispenser in a public washroom?
Whichever option you choose, justify your reasoning with mathematics.
Wait in Line A or Line B to fill your vehicle with gasoline?
An assumption being made is that the hose for the gas pump will reach either side of the vehicle without any problem.
Whichever choice you make, justify your reasoning with mathematics.
Dan Meyer tackled a similar issue here with the shopping cart dilemma.
Want to tweak the numbers? You can have the original, make a copy in your Google Drive, then have at it.
…have Player A, B, or C on your favorite basketball team? This is the only information available at the moment!
Whichever option you choose, please justify your reasoning with mathematics.
Teachers, this option may be another option for your students. Feel free to manipulate it to make it yours!