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7th-Grade Math Tutoring

So what exactly do students learn in 7th-grade math? We broke down 7th-grade math into the following problems and topics, like breaking down a language into parts.

If you need checklists for a breakdown of 7th grade math, we highly recommend Khan Academy and IXL for Common Core Seventh-Grade Math Standards. We also thank Embarc for breaking down 7th grade math into the following standards:

Module 1: Ratios and Proportional Relationships

 

Topic A: Proportional Relationships (7.RP.A.2a)

Lessons 1-6 Video Lectures:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ycd_SxVtgtE
https://youtu.be/HUCKOf0qzeA
https://youtu.be/3Cn1MvGHIMo
https://youtu.be/3OWd3L8GNWc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FKXQHdutNQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98nqX2_QtYs

Computing Unit Rate

A 7th grade math tutor reintroduces students to the meanings of the value of a ratio, equivalent ratios, rate, and unit rate through a collaborative work task where they record their rates, choosing an appropriate unit of rate measurement.

Example Problem and Answer
Andrew’s parents allow him 30 minutes of gaming time for every 20 chores he completes. Michael, Andrew’s older brother, receives 1 hour of gaming for every 50 chores he completes. If both boys complete the same amount of chores, do the boys get the same amount of gaming time?

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Does one get more gaming time? If so, which boy gets more gaming time? Calculate the unit rate. Some students may begin by creating a double number line to represent equivalent ratios of chores to gaming time of Andrew’s chores to gaming time:

From this double number line, if both boys complete 50 chores, Andrew would receive 75 minutes of gaming and Michael 60 minutes of gaming.

Below is a table utilized to compute the unit rate.

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Also, from the table, students can notice that the unit rate is different for both boys.

Students conceptualize that two quantities are proportional to each other when a constant exists such that each measure in the first quantity multiplied by this constant gives the corresponding measure in the second quantity.

Example Problem and Answer
Jelly Beans can be purchased by ounce at Bridget’s Candy Shop. John has a family of five. The table below represents the weight of jelly beans purchased by John’s family and the total cost.

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Question:
Does everyone pay the same cost per ounce? How do you know?
Solution:
Divide each cost value by its corresponding weight.
$7.20 ÷ 12 = $0.60
$8.70 ÷ 14.5 = $0.60
$4.80 ÷ 8 = $0.60
$6.00 ÷ 10 = $0.60
$12.00 ÷ 20 = $0.60

Yes, it costs $0.60 per ounce. Since we want to compare cost per ounce, we can use the unit rate to determine that we want to divide each cost value by each corresponding weight value.

Question:
Sam decides he wants more jelly beans to bring home for another time. Sam places his jelly beans on the scale; it weighs 6 ounces. If everyone pays the same rate in this store, how much will his jelly beans cost? How will you calculate the cost?
Solution:
$3.60; 6 ounces multiplied by $0.60 per ounce

Question:
Is the cost proportional to the weight? How do you know?
Answer:
Yes, since the cost per ounce is the same for each, it is proportional.

Question:
What would the cost be for 0 ounces of jelly beans? Does the relationship from above hold true for 0 ounces?
Answer:
$0; yes, 0 ounces multiplied by $0.60 = $0

Example Problem and Solution
The information below represents the number of toppings on a pizza to the total cost of the pizza.

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Task:
Create a table, then graph and explain if the quantities are proportional to each other or not.

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The graph is not a straight line passing through the origin, so the quantities are not proportional to each other. The cost varies depending on the number of toppings.

Words to Know:

Ratio – A pair of nonnegative numbers, A: B, where both are not zero, and they are used to indicate
that there is a relationship between two quantities such that when there are A units of one quantity,
there are B units of the second quantity.
Rate – A rate indicates a proportional relationship between two quantities, how many units of one quantity there is for every 1 unit of the second quantity. For a ratio of A: B between two quantities, the rate is A/B units of the first quantity per unit of the second quantity.
Unit Rate – The numeric value of the rate, e.g., in the rate of 2.5 mph, the unit rate is 2.5.
Equivalent Ratios – Ratios that have the same value.

Topic B: Unit Rate and the Constant of Proportionality (7.RP.A.2b, 7.RP.A.2c, 7.RP.A.2d, 7.EE.B.4a)

Lessons 7-10 Video Lectures:

https://youtu.be/HdrclMzuyVA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZryTaw1lLQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QxG0nafMs9E

Constant of Proportionality

A 7th grade math tutor can help students learn to identify the constant of proportionality by finding the unit rate in a collection of equivalent ratios.

Example Problem and Answer
The Cougar Basketball team was raising money to attend a basketball tournament at Disney World. They decided to sell stuffed bread. James sold 22 stuffed bread and submitted $99. Michael sold 18 pieces of bread for $81. Sam sold 35 pieces of bread for $157.50. Isaac sold 15 pieces of bread for $67.50.

Create a chart to represent the number of pieces of bread sold, and the money submitted,
Solution:
The constant of proportionality is 4.5. 7th Grade Math Tutor - NYC Top Tutors

Question: What is the meaning of the constant of proportionality?
Answer: For each piece of bread sold, a player submitted $4.50.

Question: If Joe sold 42 pieces of bread, how much money would he submit?
Solution & Answer: Joe would submit $189.

One graph is proportionate, one is not. Which is proportionate? How do you know?

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Answer: Graph 2 is proportionate because it passes through the origin and contains the point (1, 50)
representing the unit rate of $50 for every person.

Example Problem and Answer
The Lady Lion softball team needed to raise money to fund travel expenses for their playoff game in Monroe. The Lady Lions conducted a car wash at the Acadiana Mall.

Below is a graph representing a portion of the revenue made from the car wash.

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Task:
Write at least 4 ordered pairs from the graph and explain the meaning of each coordinate related to the scenario.

Solution:
(1, 10) means 1 car was washed for $10 of revenue
(3, 30) means 3 cars were washed for $30 of revenue
(7, 70) means 7 cars were washed for $70 of revenue
(10, 100) means 10 cars were washed for $100 of revenue

Question:
In this scenario, which is the dependent variable – number of cars washed or revenue?
Answer:
The revenue is the dependent variable because the revenue made in the fundraiser depends on the number of cars washed.
Note: The unit rate (from Topic A) is the Constant of Proportionality.

Task:
Determine the constant of proportionality and explain what it means in this scenario.
Answer:
The constant of proportionality is 10/1, which means the Lady Lions received $10 of revenue for each car washed.

Task:
Write an equation to represent the relationship.
Answer:
R = 10C; R represents Revenue; C represents # of Cars

Words to Know:

Constant of Proportionality– If a proportional relationship is described by the set of ordered pairs that satisfy the equation y = kx, where k is a positive constant, then k is called the constant of proportionality;
e.g., If the ratio of y to x is 2 to 3, then the constant of proportionality is 2/3 and y = 2/3 x.
Constant – Specifies a unique number.
Variable – A placeholder for where we might expect to see a number.
Equivalent Ratios – Ratios that have the same value.

Topic C: Ratios and Rates Involving Fractions (7.RP.A.1, 7.RP.A.3, 7.EE.B.4a)

Lessons 11-15 Video Lectures:

https://youtu.be/vIXbZjGrBEU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDy0NBnKhR4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWlWaMbdJqs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5VH_k3HROI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-e8_2O80Zs

Ratios & Rates Involving Fractions

Students will build on the knowledge of unit rates for ratios by considering application problems involving fractions. Students may need to review dividing fractions to feel more confident in these problems, and a 7th grade math tutor can help.

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Example Problem and Answer
Javin would like his mother to bake cookies for his class. He would need 40 cookies for every student and teacher. Javin’s mom has a recipe that makes 10 cookies. The recipe calls for a cup of chocolate chips. If Javin’s mom has 2 cups of chocolate chips, will she have enough to make 40
cookies?
Answer:

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How many does she need for 40 cookies?

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Therefore, Javin’s mom does not have enough chocolate chips to make the cookies.

Equivalent Ratios

Students use tables to find an equivalent ratio of two partial quantities given a part-to-part ratio and the total of those quantities, in the third column, including problems with ratios of fractions.

Example Problem and Answer
The following table shows the number of cups of milk and flour that are needed to make biscuits. Complete the table.

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First, using the row that has two quantities, find the total (sum) and related ratios.

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What does this mean?
The amount of milk is 56 the amount of flour.

The amount of flour is 65 the amount of milk.

Use this information to write an equation to find the missing values of the table.
For example, 65 * 7.5 = 9 cups of flour; 7.5 + 9 = 16.5 total cups

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Can an equation be written to find each quantity? I so, write one for milk and one for flour.
Yes

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Where M represents the amount of milk and F represents the amount of flour.

Example Problem and Answer:

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All clothing at Gennuso’s Clothing Boutique!!

Alice tried on both the $35 skirt and the $50 skirt.
Her favorite was the $35 skirt. Using the ad shown, how much will Alice actually pay for the skirt?

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Topic D: Ratios of Scale Drawings (7.RP.A.2b, 7.G.A.1)

Lessons 16-22 Video Lectures:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lC2bNWDzhWs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92kwc__D7bI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BzHUo2VOT8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XPn_RUO6zY

Lessons 20-22: Not yet Available*

Ratios of Scale Drawings

Example Problem and Answer
Use the following figures to answer the questions below:

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Question: Is the New Picture a reduction or enlargement from the Actual Picture?
Answer: It is a reduction because the New Picture is smaller than the Actual Picture.

Question: Which point on the New Picture corresponds to point A on the Actual Picture?
Answer: Point G; Corresponding points match from one picture to another.

Task: Complete the chart for corresponding measurements.

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Question: Does the constant of proportionality exist? If so, how do you know?
Answer: Yes, because there is a constant value 53 to get from each length to its corresponding length. (See work and values below).

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Students learn the term scale factor and recognize the constant of proportionality. With the scale factor, students make scale drawings of pictures and diagrams.

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Question:
Given the figures below, find the scale factor.

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The scale factor is 2. Create a ratio of corresponding lengths of the scale drawing to the original drawing.

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Question:
Reverse the process. If given the dimensions of the original drawing, compute the dimensions of the scale drawing if the scale factor is

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Steps to check for proportionality for the scale drawing and original object/picture:
1) Measure lengths of the scale drawing. Record on the table.
2) Measure corresponding lengths on the actual
picture/drawing. Record on the table.
3) Check for the constant of proportionality.

Words to Know:

Scale Drawing – a reduced or enlarged two-dimensional drawing of an original two-dimensional drawing.
One-to-One Correspondence – Each point in one figure corresponds to one and only one point in the second figure.
Scale Drawing – A drawing in which all lengths between points or figures in the drawing are reduced or enlarged proportionally to the lengths in the actual picture. A constant of proportionality exists between the corresponding lengths of the two images.
Reduction – The lengths in the scale drawing are smaller than those in the actual object or picture.
Enlargement/Magnification: The lengths in the scale drawing are larger than those in the actual object or picture.
Scale Factor: corresponds to the unit rate and the constant of proportionality. It can be calculated from
the ratio of any length in the scale drawing to its corresponding length in the actual picture.

*The following information was obtained from Embarc.Online (a website that was originally created to support local teachers using Eureka Math, but we now serve 30,000 users each day across the nation). This information is applicable to all math users.

Reference: (n.d.). Grade 7 Module 1. Embarc.Online. https://embarc.online/course/view.php?id=61

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