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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 …
• 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
• 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 …