Lessons for Numbers

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  • Arithmagons - … centre number equal to a box number and secondly having the centre number less than a box number. triangular arithmagons. When the centre number is the same as a box number, one circle number is … smaller box numbers is equal to the third box number. When the centre number is less than a box number, a negative circle number results …
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  • Consecutive Numbers - … numbers adds up to a number that is divisible by three. Conjecture 18: Any sum of five consecutive numbers adds up to a number that is divisible by five. Conjecture 19: Any sum of four consecutive numbers adds up to a number that is divisible by four. Conjecture 20: Any sum of m consecutive numbers adds up to a number … that we have a string of consecutive numbers that has an even number of numbers in it and suppose that it adds up …
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  • Sum and Difference - … and a difference of 12. What are the numbers? 3,15 16. Two numbers have a sum of 17 and a difference of 13. What are the numbers? 2,15 17. Two numbers have a sum of 19 and a difference … numbers? 5,13 22. Two numbers have a sum 15of and a difference of 13. What are the numbers? 1,14 23. Two numbers … and a difference of 10 . What are the numbers? 3,13 24. Two numbers have a sum of 18 and a difference …
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  • Making Simple Conversions - … the real number system. Indicator 2 Recognize that natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, rational numbers and irrational numbers are subsets of the real number system. Mathematical … : composite numbers counting numbers integers irrational numbers 6 Number Subsets: Winning the Number Game Grade Eight natural numbers negative number positive number prime numbers rational numbers real numbers whole numbers Instructional Tip …
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  • Writing and Comparing Numbers in Scientific Notation ... - … Numbers in Scientific Notation Grade Eight Ohio Standards Connection: Number, Number Sense and Operations Benchmark A Use scientific notation to express large numbers and numbers less than one. Indicator 1 Use scientific notation to express large numbers and small numbers between 0 and … . In the number 324,157.98 what number is in the hundreds place? 17. In the number 324,157.98 what number is in …
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  • Arithmagons - … the centre number equal to a box number and secondly having the centre number less than a box number. When the centre number is the same as a box number, one circle number … smaller box numbers is equal to the third box number. When the centre number is less than a box number, a negative circle number results …
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  • Numbers And Number Sense - … -digit number. (Core Knowledge Sequence: Grade 1: Mathematics: Numbers and Number Sense) Count forward and backwards. (Core Knowledge Sequence: Grade 1: Mathematics: Numbers and Number … : Mathematics: Numbers and Number Sense) Recognize place value: ones, tens, hundreds. (Core Knowledge Sequence: Grade 1: Mathematics: Numbers and Number Sense) Given a number, identify … and ____ tens, what number do I have?") "Number 5: Write the number ____ on the place value chart." "Number 6: What is (one …
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  • Computation Chaos - … . Concept Objectives 1. Students understand how to develop number sense and use numbers and number relationships in problem solving situations and communicate the … Objective(s) a. Students understand how to develop number sense and use numbers and number relationships in problem solving situations and communicate the … Objective(s) a. Students understand how to develop number sense and use numbers and number relationships in problem solving situations and communicate the …
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  • Making Sense Out of Numbers - … . Number line - a line that has numbers evenly spaced out 2. Positive number - a number that has more value than a zero; on a number line, positive numbers are … 9 Negative Numbers Positive Numbers - + Shown above is a number line. We all know about numbers that are bigger than zero. Those numbers are to …
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  • Where Oh Where Has My Addend Gone? - … missing part on the number bond. Ask: How could we write this as a number sentence? What would our number sentence look like … missing part on the number bond. Ask: How could we write this as a number sentence? What would our number sentence look like … missing part on the number bond. Ask: How could we write this as a number sentence? What would our number sentence look like … missing part on the number bond. Ask: How could we write this as a number sentence? What would our number sentence look like …
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