Welcome to Family Math Night Grades 1-2 April 2009 Presented by: Mrs. Bonforte, Mrs. Garcia, Mrs. Jensen, and Mr. Leslie Three Bean Salad Read: What is in the salad? Counting on is a great strategy for 2 Bean Salad. Drawing pictures is helpful.

ByToday’s Lesson. Using Tree Diagrams to Find the Probabilities of Events. Warm-up Activity. Let’s review adding and subtracting integers. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9. –9 –8 –7 –6 –5 –4 –3 –2 –1. On a number line, which direction do you move for a positive number?. Right.

ByAbsolute Value. 2-1-2. Distance. A distance is never zero. Number line. How far is 3 from zero? How far is -3 from zero?. |x| the absolute value of x. |3| asks how far from zero is 3? |-5| asks how far from zero is -5?. Absolute Value. Always gives a positive answer.

ByExample: Solve . Rational Inequality: Solving Algebraically . Find the boundary points. a) Change the inequality to an equation, and solve …. Example: Solve . Rational Inequality: Solving Algebraically .

ByMath 009 Unit 4 Lesson 4. By definition Ö 25 is the number you would multiply times itself to get 25 for an answer. . Because we are familiar with multiplication, we know that Ö 25 = 5. Numbers like 25, which have whole numbers for their square roots, are called perfect squares.

ByPlace Value and Rounding. Objective: I can use my understanding of place value to round to the nearest 10 or 100. Vocabulary. Digit: Any number between 0 and 9. Example: 234 has 3 digits Place Value: The place in a number which represents a certain value.

ByTEKS 6.1c Integers in Real Life. Stefanie Adkins Cobb 6 th Grade Campus GPISD. TEKS Objective. 6.1c Students will use integers to represent real-life situations. Purpose. The learner will synthesize negative numbers and positive numbers into daily life.

ByTeaching and Learning Fractions with Conceptual Understanding. Algebra Forum IV San Jose, CA May 22, 2012 Compiled and Presented by April Cherrington Joan Easterday Region 4 Region 1 Susie W. Hakansson, Ph.D. California Mathematics Project.

ByReal Number System. The Set of Numbers. Natural Numbers The set of natural numbers contains {1, 2, 3,…} Whole Numbers The set of whole numbers contains {0, 1, 2, …} Integers The set of integers contains {…, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, …}. Set of Real Numbers, cont’d.

ByDivision 15 3 = ?. We can solve this by jumping along a number line. 15 3 =. 0 3. We jump along in 3s – we use our 3 times tables. 15 3 =. 0 3 6. 15 3 =. 0 3 6 9. 15 3 =. 0 3 6 9 12. 15 3 =.

ByNegative Numbers. What do you understand by this?. We think of numbers being on a number line:. Understanding Negative Numbers. ∞. 0. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. These numbers are all positive numbers, although we don’t actually put the + sign in front of each number. +. 0. 1.

ByThe following presentation contains copyrighted material presented in accordance with fair use guidelines. Further use is prohibited. DEWEY DECIMAL SYSTEM. With close to. 15,000 books in the library . . . HOW do I ever find what I need?. NUMBERS!!! Thank You, Melvil Dewey!.

ByFractions Explained. By Graeme Henchel. http://hench-maths.wikispaces.com. What is a fraction? Mixed Numbers method 1 Mixed Numbers method 2 Equivalent Fractions Special form of one Why Special form of one Finding equivalent fractions Simplifying Fractions Adding: Common denominators

ByThe Real Number System. Rational Numbers. Irrational Numbers. Real Numbers (all numbers are real). …any number that is not rational. …-5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5…. Natural Numbers. Example: = 3.14159…… e= 2.71828….. . Whole Numbers. Integers.

ByMathematics Common Core State Standards. The user has control. Sometimes a tool is just right for the wrong use. Old Boxes. People are the next step If people just swap out the old standards and put the new CCSS in the old boxes into old systems and procedures into the old relationships

By12. 1 A sequence is…. (a) an ordered list of objects. . (b) A function whose domain is a set of integers. Domain: 1, 2, 3, 4, …, n … Range a 1, a 2, a 3, a 4, … a n …. {(1, 1), (2, ½), (3, ¼), (4, 1/8) ….}. Finding patterns.

ByEstimating Quotients using Compatible Numbers. Part 1: Single Divisor. Use COMPATIBLE NUMBERS to estimate:. COMPATIBLE NUMBERS are like peanut butter and jelly… They go together! . Ex: 5 and 200 go together because when you divide 5 into 200 you get a nice, neat number ending in 0.

By1. 0. Probability Number Line. Events that are impossible have a probability of 0. Rolling a 7 with a 6-sided dice. IMPOSSIBLE. Rolling a 7 with a 6-sided dice has a probability of 0 because it cannot happen. 1. 0. Probability Number Line.

ByL3. L4. to. Problem-Solving Pupils’ Version. Bridging the Gap . Problem-Solving with Area and Perimeter . Note to Pupils. Do you know the difference between Area and Perimeter ? Do you have problems knowing how to get started on tricky maths problems ?.

ByThe Grouchy Ladybug teaches elapsed time. elapsed time. This is just a big word telling how much time has passed between things. Hour - a unit of time that is equal to 60 minutes. My favorite TV show was on for 1 hour.

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