Examples of solving equations and inequalities, analyzing quadratic expressions, and reasoning with functions show three ways to engage students in this mathematical practice.

Contributor Notes

Casey Hawthorne, casey.hawthorne@furman.edu, teaches math and methods courses at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. He focuses on students' mathematical thinking and analyzing quantitative relationships through a wide range of representations.

Bridget K. Druken, bdruken@fullerton.edu, teaches math content courses for future elementary and secondary teachers at California State University in Fullerton. She focuses on improving the teaching of mathematics through lesson study and developing mathematical practices in preservice teachers.

(Corresponding author is Hawthorne casey.hawthorne@furman.edu)
(Corresponding author is Druken bdruken@fullerton.edu)
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