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Brainstorm and share ideas with your partner on how your project will be designed. Split up the different concepts so each individual is covering half of the requirements Collaborate and discuss each other's written work, mathematical accuracy, and overall design of the project. Submit proof to your instructor of your collaboration. There are many 21st century tools available for effective collaboration and communication in the online environment. For more information about tools your school recommends, please visit the resource tools area in your course or contact your instructor. Refer to Segment 1: Collaboration Opportunity for a scoring rubric and complete directions on submitting proof to your instructor of your collaboration.

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