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Quantitative Literacy and the Humanities

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Area and volume

Students use multiplication to estimate and to calculate the area and volume of objects.

Given a change in length, students can calculate the proportional change in area and volume.

Students recognize that size feels quite different depending on whether they are estimating length or volume.

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