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3-2

3-2

3-2 Estimating Decimals Course 1 Warm Up Problem of the Day Lesson Presentation 3-2 Estimating Decimals Course 1 Warm Up Order the decimals from least to greatest. 1. 18.74, 18.7, 18.47 2. 9.06, 9.66, 9.6, 9.076 Write each in words. 3. 3.072 4. 6.1258 18.47, 18.7, 18.74

By Ava
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Team Travel

Team Travel

Team Travel The 57 players on four soccer teams traveled to a soccer tournament in Plainville. Each car carrying the members of the same team had the same number of players in it. The 15 players on the Barracudas rode three to a car.

By benjamin
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What Progress Monitoring can do for YOU

What Progress Monitoring can do for YOU

What Progress Monitoring can do for YOU Michelle Hosp University of Utah and Whitney Donaldson National Center on Student Progress Monitoring A New IDEA in Leadership 15 th Annual CASE Conference November 2004 Overview PART I Background on Progress Monitoring

By niveditha
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By: Sachin Sinha

By: Sachin Sinha

Fractions By: Sachin Sinha Terminology Mixed Numbers- a fraction and a whole number Fraction- part of a number Numerator- top number in a fraction Denominator- bottom number in a fraction Percent- of 100 Decimal- a number based on ten

By jacob
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Click to start

Click to start

Click to start. Fractions. 1 / 8. 55 / 60. 11 / 12. 1 2 / 10. 1 ½. 1 / 12. What is a fraction?. Loosely speaking, a fraction is a quantity that cannot be represented by a whole number. Why do we need fractions?. Consider the following scenario. Can you finish the whole cake?

By niveditha
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Problem-Solving Items in PSLE Mathematics

Problem-Solving Items in PSLE Mathematics

Problem-Solving Items in PSLE Mathematics. Yeap Ban Har National Institute of Education Nanyang Technological University. Organised by Association of Mathematics Educators & Department of Science and Mathematics Singapore Polytechnic. Singapore Mathematics Curriculum (1992, 2001).

By betty_james
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Rounding Numbers

Rounding Numbers

Rounding Numbers. 1. 36 456. 45.78. 12. 2. A number that stands on its own. A number without little bit more. What is a whole number?. Whole Numbers. Mixed numbers. 1. 100. 1 302. 12.32. Rounding to nearest whole number. 2.1. 3.6. 4.5. 12.3. 24.15. Division.

By issac
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Chapter 9

Chapter 9

Chapter 9. Rational and Real numbers. Introduction. Fractions Integers. Counting numbers. Whole numbers. is a subset of. is a subset of. Definition A rational number is a quotient of the form where a and b are integers with b ≠ 0. Fractions Integers.

By tom
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Decimal Fractions

Decimal Fractions

Decimal Fractions. Which of these is the smallest number? Explain why you think your answer is correct. 0.625 0.25 0.375 0.5 0.125. Source: TIMSS 1999, Middle School, B-10, p-value = 46%. Key Knowledge for Understanding Decimal Fractions. Place value system Partitioning numbers

By mya
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The Real Number System

The Real Number System

The Real Number System. Real Numbers. Real numbers consist of all the rational and irrational numbers. The real number system has many subsets: Natural Numbers Whole Numbers Integers. Natural Numbers. Natural numbers are the set of counting numbers. {1, 2, 3,…}. Whole Numbers.

By aya
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Fractions Explained

Fractions Explained

Fractions 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

By Leo
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LO: to round decimals to the nearest whole number.

LO: to round decimals to the nearest whole number.

LO: to round decimals to the nearest whole number. 18/05/05. Numbers that, when rounded up or down, will give the answer 2:. Numbers that, when rounded up or down, will give the answer 2:. 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4.

By berny
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 3.

Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 3.

Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 3. . Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http://physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring. Today …. Announcements Interference – why light is a wave! Phase difference, constructive and destructive interference

By lynley
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Chapter 1

Chapter 1

Chapter 1. Whole Numbers: How to Dissect and Solve Problems. #1. Learning Unit Objectives. Whole Numbers; How to Dissect and Solve Word Problems. Reading, Writing, and Rounding Whole Numbers. LU1.1. Use place values to read and write numeric and verbal whole numbers

By ace
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Section 5.4 Multiplying Signed Decimal Numbers

Section 5.4 Multiplying Signed Decimal Numbers

Section 5.4 Multiplying Signed Decimal Numbers . Steps for Multiplying Decimals 1. Ignore decimals and multiply as before 2. Count the number of digits after the decimal in the original problem and make sure the answer has the same number of digits after the decimal. .

By etta
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Dividing Decimals

Dividing Decimals

Section 5.4. Dividing Decimals. quotient. divisor. dividend. 52.92. 63. Division of decimal numbers is similar to division of whole numbers. . The only difference is the placement of a decimal point in the quotient .

By azia
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Factors and Multiples

Factors and Multiples

Factors and Multiples. Definition of Factors and Multiples. If one number is a factor of a second number or divides the second (as 3 is a factor of 12), then the second number is a multiple of the first (as 12 is a multiple of 3). Definition of Factors and Multiples.

By luke
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Division

Division

Division. The problems with division. Try these:. 6. 24. What is division?. How would you illustrate this division to a child? What would you draw and what language would you use? 12  3 = 4. Skills in Early Division. 12  3 = 4. Sharing

By ayla
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Apportionment :

Apportionment :

Apportionment :. A Mathematical Dilemma for Congress and the Electoral College (abbreviated version). 4. Standard Divisor Before we introduce some of the ways that question has been answered, we need to define a useful concept called the standard divisor.

By fruma
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Steps of the Scientific Process

Steps of the Scientific Process

Steps of the Scientific Process. SPICE – University of Florida. Introduction to the Scientific Process . A logical, problem solving technique. Introduction to the Scientific Process. Use conclusions to develop a new hypothesis. Step 1: Identify a Problem. Observe the world around you.

By bing
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