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#### Lessons for Numbers

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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 …
• 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
• 1, 2, 3 Hooray for Number Equivalency! - 1, 2, 3 Hooray for Number Equivalency! Description Students use concrete materials, number symbols, and number words to represent equivalent amounts. Standards Florida … the concrete materials and glue the appropriate number onto the paper, starting with the number one. 8. Have students continue in the … lesson, students can show equivalencies by selecting different number expressions that represent a given number (see MA.A.1.1.4.1 …
• 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
• Bacteria/ The Spread of Cholera Across the U.S. - … _list l2:level1 ? {mso-level-tab-stop:.5in; ? mso-level-number-xposition:left; ? text-indent:-.25in;} message _list l2:level2 ? {mso … solution Resources (traditional & electronic) Journal of IL History, Volume 7. Number 2, Summer 2004 Challenging Chicago: Coping with Everyday Life, 1837 … show your results. Place the number of people infected on the y-axis and the number of interactions on the x-axis …
• Exploring Pascal's Triangle and Other Recursive Patterns - … the triangle for divisibility rules by shading in numbers divisible by any given number. Pascal's Triangle Defined The triangle continues infinitely … difference. A polygonal number sequence is a progression of numbers in which each term is based on the number of vertices in a … Chessboard. Encourage students to try other numbers by substituting the 2 with any other number. The number of equal signs is the same as the power of the number, also called the exponent …
• Searching for Pattern - … . 24 mins 4A Square numbers T: Why do we call the numbers (1), 4, 9, 16, 25, ... 'square numbers' if the dots illustrating … report from T about the interpretation of (whole) numbers (including triangle and square numbers), in ancient Greece. 35 mins Historical input and … mins 6 Square numbers T: Let's look at square numbers again. Who would like to write some square numbers on the BB … work, Ps recall the special sequences they have learnt: triangle numbers, square numbers, Fibonacci sequence. 45 mins Set homework M 13.2 …
• Negative Numbers - … out? (Addition, as we are adding two negative numbers to make a larger negative number) T: And the result? ( 4 + 6 = 10 … positive number multiplied by a negative number gives a negative number. T: No, we've seen that a negative number multiplied by a positive number gives a negative number. Ps …
• Probability of One Event - … be calculated by expected number of successful outcomes = probability total number of trials (events) in the future Estimating Number of Successes Notes Whole … . giving expected number = probability Ã total number P1 (writes on BB): 1 2 Total number of events = 500 p (Heads) = Expected number of Heads = 1 … e.g. for (c) total number of possible outcomes = 5 total number of successful outcomes = 2 ( numbers 1 and 2) p (less than … a number more than 3 A = getting a prime number B = getting an even number C = getting a prime or an even number (b …