Lessons for Numbers

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  • Numbers Beyond Reason! - … numerals with integers, rational numbers, irrational numbers, real numbers and complex numbers. MA.A.1.4.4 Understands that numbers can be represented in a … whole number or a counting number) Why do we call numbers such as 1, 2, 3, etc.., whole numbers? (Those types of numbers always represent … counting numbers are also part of the set of rational numbers, but not all rational numbers are whole numbers. The set of irrational numbers would …
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  • Not Your Average Planet - … the numbers divided by the number of numbers. * To figure the mean, first add all the numbers in the list. Then count how many numbers are listed. Finally, divide the sum by the number of numbers. * Use the … . Teachers should model adding all the numbers, counting the numbers, and dividing the sum by the number of numbers. * At this point, students complete …
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  • And the Number Is (2nd Grade) - … My Number,- a broader variety of number clues are given incorporating basic number theory concepts. The Mystery Number clues could be expanded to include numbers of greater value. Web Links Web supplement for And the Number Is... This is an interactive Student Web Lesson. Guess My Number Attached Files The Mystery Number transparency and also the Mystery Number
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  • Where Do I Belong? - … the number would be located. (Explanations should include place value of the numbers and which number helped them decide placement on the number line. For example, if two numbers have a 3 … numbers on this number line. The teacher observes students using manipulatives to develop numbers and solve the problem of locating the numbers on the number
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  • Factors - … at more numbers? T: A prime number is one that can be divided only by itself and the number 1. Finding prime numbers T: List all the factors of each of the following numbers. Decide which are prime numbers. 21 … prime numbers ??' factor trees T: As you have seen, a number which is not a prime number, can be split into two numbers in … no prime numbers are perfect numbers, and a third P can show how to decide if a large number is a perfect number (in …
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  • Number and Number Relations: Lesson 18 - … the students will locate whole numbers on a number line, and use number sense and estimation skills with whole numbers. Equipment/Materials Needed: Copies … 18, Number Relations Lesson 18: Number and Number Relations Write the words number line on the board. Say: Does anyone know what a number line … down on a number line, the numbers get smaller. The markings on a number line must be equally spaced. The numbers do not have …
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  • Patterns, Relations, and Functions: Lesson 3 - … ? (Subtract 2, or subtract 2 from the in number to get the out number.) If you need a few more examples, use … 5 from the in number to get the out number.) Say: Let's go to table 5. The first number that I put … my rule? (Divide by 2, or the out number is the in number divided by 2.) Give this problem to the students … $15 $20 8. Number on Zip Lock bags 1 2 3 4 5 6 20 Number 9. Group Number of Number of blocks Students …
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  • Number and Number Relations: Lesson 3 - … , Number and Number Relations Lesson 3: Number and Number Relations Give the students a set of 10 number cards from Student Sheet 6, with the numbers … them? All of these ideas involve negative numbers. Positive numbers are numbers greater than zero. Negative numbers are numbers less than zero. Zero is neither … , Number and Number Relations Student Sheet 7 (Number: Lesson 3) 1. Write the number that is 1 less than 1000 feet. 2. Write the number
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  • Number and Number Relations: Lesson 4 - … available. Grade 8 Mathematics 29 Lesson 4, Number and Number Relations Lesson 4: Number and Number Relations Say: This lesson will focus on estimation … . Say: Another method for rounding is to use compatible numbers. Compatible numbers are numbers that are easy to work with. They are also … ---------- Grade 8 Mathematics 31 Lesson 4, Number and Number Relations Say: To what number would the other numbers round? (412 rounds to 400, because …
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  • Patterns, Relations, and Functions: Lesson 2 - … to the numbers? (The numbers are growing by 2, or each number is 2 more than the one before it.) Write these numbers on … numbers I have written on the board. One number is missing? How can we find the missing number? (Look at the other numbers. Each numbernumbers I have written on the board. One number is missing? How can we find the missing number? (Look at the other numbers. Each number … next number? (Look at the other numbers. Each number is multiplied by 1 1 or divided by 10.) What is the next number in …
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