Lessons for Numbers

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  • Three-Digit Subtraction - … three-digit number. Record the number. Roll the dice again to arrive at a second three-digit number. Students should determine which number is … ): Students will subtract three-digit numbers from three-digit numbers. Students will subtract three-digit numbers from three-digit numbers.Additional Learning Objective(s … three-digit number. Record the number. Roll the dice again to arrive at a second three-digit number. Students should determine which number is …
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  • How Many Ways Can It Be Done? - … : * Two letters and two numbers? * Different letters with even numbers? * No repeating letters or numbers? * The same letter and same number? 10. Allow time … : * Two letters and two numbers? * Different letters with even numbers? * No repeating letters or numbers? * The same letter and same number? 13. Have students … words) * Develop similar activities with Social Security numbers, driver's license numbers and credit card numbers. * Research how license plates are made. (Now …
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  • Numbers, Number Sense & Number Operations - … whose top number is bigger than the bottom number Equivalent- the same amount, equal Mixed number- a number represented by a whole number and a … prime number. 2 is NOT a composite number. It is a prime number. Ask students, why? Don't confuse odd numbers and even numbers. Many students tend to believe odd numbers
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  • Birthdays and the Binary System - … other numbers. Eventually one or more students notice that adding the top-leftmost number of each yes card generates the secret number. Therefore … is extended to match the value of the particular number. If the number contains a value of 1 in any given binary … base-ten number to a base-two number. For example, 7 in base ten is represented by 1112, and the number 4 in … of card 1, again faceup with the numbers right-side up (b). Because the number 11 is not on card 3, it …
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  • Beyond Handshakes - … in the table. [The number of dots is equal to the figure number multiplied by the next figure number and divided by 2 … , the handshake problem multiplies by the previous number, but the triangular numbers multiply by the next number.] How do you know if a … numbers called? [Pyramidal numbers.] The third and fourth pages of the Triangular Numbers activity sheet can be used to explore the pyramidal numbers. Triangular Numbers
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  • Armstrong Numbers - Illuminations: Armstrong Numbers Armstrong Numbers Share | An Armstrong number is an n-digit number that is equal to the sum of the nth powers … Armstrong number. Explain why there can be no Armstrong numbers with more digits. The number 153 is a special number: It is an Armstrong number: 13 + 53 + 33 = 153. It is a triangular number
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  • Check That Digit - … number. The ISBN is a ten - digit number composed of blocks of numbers that have different meaning. There are four parts to the number … the unaffected (odd - positioned) digits in the original number. Verify the account number by determining if the sum from Step 2 is … effective? NCTM Standards and Expectations Number & Operations 9-12 Use number-theory arguments to justify relationships involving whole numbers. Develop an understanding of …
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  • Hopping Backward to Solve Problems - … crackers? How can we find out using the number line? Diagram 1: Number line with numerals the distance of one fish apart … pair fish-shaped crackers, crayons, and one number line from the Number Lines activity sheet. Number Lines Activity Sheet Ask each student to … of two numbers on the number line that have a difference of 5. The larger number is 6. What is the other number?" (If … am thinking of two numbers on the number line that have a difference of 5. What are the numbers?") You may wish to …
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  • Number Island - … blue number and the black number on the number line. 2. Describe the relative position of the blue number and the red number on the number line. 3. Describe the relative position of the blue number and the green number on the number line. 4. Describe the relative position of the blue number and the orange number on the number
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  • Show Me the Ways! - … Two letters and two numbers? Different letters with even numbers? No repeating letters or numbers? The same letter and same number? 10. Allow time … Two letters and two numbers? Different letters with even numbers? No repeating letters or numbers? The same letter and same number? 13. Have students … -letter repetition without number repetition AW39FW Two pairletter repetition without number repetition JJ37JJ Two pairletter repetition with number repetition GG44GG Total number of plates …
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