Assignment: 1.1.2 Homework

Can you imagine a tower built out of one million pennies? How tall would it be? In this lesson, you will work with your team to predict just how tall such a tower would be. To make sense of this question, you will measure some pennies and investigate the relationship between the height of a tower of pennies and the number of pennies in that tower. This is an example of a special relationship called a **proportional relationship**, which you will learn more about later in this course.

*How tall would a tower of a million pennies be?*

*Would it be taller than your school building? *

*Would it be taller than Mount Everest? *

**Discuss these questions with your team and make a prediction. **

**1-25.** TINY TOWERS

To begin to investigate this question, start by collecting data. Parts (a) and (b) will lead you through the data-collection process.

- How many pennies does it take to build a tower that is one centimeter tall? Use the tools provided by your teacher to answer this question.

- On your own paper, create a table like the one at right. Work with your team to complete the missing information. Be prepared to explain your reasoning to the class.

**How tall would ONE Million pennies be?**

Assignment: 1.1.4 Homework

**Whiteboard: ***What about nickels?*

Your group has been given a small quantity of **Nickels**. With these nickels, your group will:

- Make a
**table** that shows *at least* 5 different pairs of number of nickels and height
- How many nickels for 1cm?
- How tall would one million nickels be? Write a statement explaining how you came to this decision.

**Fruit Task**

Part 2: Fruit Task

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