## Road Trippin'

## Act 1

1. Will there be enough gas to get to Belton? What about Temple? Write down a guess.

2. Click Here. Drag the red dot to the place you think I will run out of gas.

2. Click Here. Drag the red dot to the place you think I will run out of gas.

## act 2

3. What information would be useful to figure this out?

4. Write down some questions you have in your head right now.

4. Write down some questions you have in your head right now.

## act 3

## sequel

5. How does this situation represent inequalities?

6. How does this situation relate to slope (rate of change)?

7. Write and graph an inequality representing the drive to Belton.

8. Write and graph an inequality representing the drive to Temple.

9. Where would the car eventually run out of gas? Will there be a gas station nearby?

6. How does this situation relate to slope (rate of change)?

7. Write and graph an inequality representing the drive to Belton.

8. Write and graph an inequality representing the drive to Temple.

9. Where would the car eventually run out of gas? Will there be a gas station nearby?

## teacher resources

- Link to Activeprompt student response page.
- Download the Gas Buddy App on the class iPads so the students can research where to find gas stations.

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