Interactions: Real Math-Real Careers WATER RESOURCES

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Interactions:Real Math-Real Careers (grades 6-9)
Water Resources: What does it take to estimate how much water a large city will need 25 years into the future? The chief of urban water conservation for the State of California explains the challenges of supplying water to a growing population of millions, much of which lives in the desert. Patterns/Functions, Measurement

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Water Resources: What does it take to estimate how much water a large city will need 25 years into the future? The chief of urban water conservation for the State of California explains the challenges of supplying water to a growing population of millions, much of which lives in the desert. Patterns/Functions, Measurement

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