In this activity students consider the remarkable differences in state taxes that high paid pro athletes have to pay. Students determine how much more money an athlete should be paid in a high tax state in order to offset the taxes.

# Tag: 7.RP.3

## How many times bigger?

## Doubling your money

## Spring and Easter ideas – 6 activities

## March Madness – Does seeding really matter?

## Two 12s or one 18?

## Mardi Gras and Presidents’ Day

## Buy, buy, buy and ship (8 ideas)

## Giant Pumpkins 2022

## Taking two discounts off (2 activities)

## Who has the greatest Men’s March Madness program?

## I should have invested!

Students use yearly percent increase data to decide which stock: Apple, Disney or Amazon, they should have invested in way back in 2015.

What was the net gain of these stocks?

How do you figure that?

Does the arithmetic or geometric average of those increases equal their total gain or loss over the years?