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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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  • 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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  • Finding Differences and Patterns on a Number Grid - … find the difference between a pair of two-digit numbers using their number grid.? The children will be instructed to turn to … tell which number out of a pair of numbers is smaller on the number grid, and how the spaces in between the numbers is … tell which number is great or smaller using a number grid ??????????? 2) How to figure out the difference between two numbers????????? ??????????? 3) How …
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  • Who Gave It to You? - … graph showing the number of people infected and the number of susceptible students versus the number of exchanges. Knowing the number of infectious people … time (number of exchanges) by constructing a graph showing the number of people infected and the number of susceptible students versus the number of … data table showing the actual total number of infected people, the number of susceptible students, and the number of new infections at the …
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  • Cancer as a Multistep Process - … student to draw a number out of the hat and announce the number to the class. Write the number on the board. For example, imagine that the student drew the number 10. * Explain that this number … which they encountered both unlucky numbers (the unlucky number in the column labeled "Gene 1" and the unlucky number in the column labeled … Hit Simulator are somewhat different because they plot cumulative numbers (the total number of people who will have developed colon cancer at …
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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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