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        Scale City | Proportional Relationships Among Time, Distance, and Speed

        In this interactive, students compare the speed of the racehorse Man o’ War to other famous racehorses, a cheetah, a track star, and a middle school student. Students discover the direct proportional relationship between distance traveled in a set time and speed, and the inverse proportional relationship between speed and the time it takes to travel a set distance. In the accompanying activity, students complete a chart based on data from the interactive and make observations about the relationships that the data represent. This resource is part of the Math at the Core: Middle School Collection.

        Scale City | Proportional Relationships Among Time, Distance, and Speed

        Compare the speed of the racehorse Man 'O' War to other famous racehorses, a cheetah, a track star, and a middle school student in this interactive from KET's Scale City.

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        Scale City | Proportional Relationships Among Time, Distance, and Speed (Spanish version)

        Compare the speed of the racehorse Man o' War to other famous racehorses, a cheetah, a track star, and a middle school student in this interactive from KET's Scale City.

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