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& GUIDED QUESTIONS MATH VOCABULARY DAY 20

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Table of ContentsDatePage 10/9/12 Math Vocabulary39 Guided Question40

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repeating pattern – A set of numbers, letters, or shapes that is 39 MATH VOCABULARY 10/9/2012 repeated in a circular fashion. 1 5 7 1 5 7 1 5 7 the repeating pattern is 157

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15 regroup R round11 reasonableness13 21 ray repeating pattern 39

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10/9/12 40 Guided Question

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Question of the Day: Each number in Set P is paired with a number in Set Q. The relationship for each pair of numbers is the same. If the number in Set P is 11, how will you find its paired number in Set Q? Set PSet Q 17 410 814

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10/9/2012 40 Guided Question Each number in Set P is paired with a number in Set Q. The relationship for each pair of numbers If the number in Set P is 11, how will you find its paired number in Set Q? is the same. Set PSet Q 17 410 814

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THE ANSWER IS +6 The question is asking you to continue the pattern. There is a pattern that connects the Set P numbers to the Set Q numbers. Find the pattern and you find the answer. Set PSet Q 17 410 814 11 6 17

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Do not forget that your MATH JOURNAL is a valuable tool in the 4 th Grade. Make sure you are following along and copying down what is important. DO NOT MISPLACE IT.

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