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PATTERNS IN OUT TABLES ANGLE FORMUALS SUMMATION NOTATION INTEGERS
THE BROKEN EGGS
GETTING’ ON DOWN TO ONE
PULLING OUT RULES
ADD IT UP
THE CHEF’S HOT AND COLD CUBES
DO IT THE CHEF’S WAY
YOU’RE THE CHEF
RULES, RULES, RULES
A PROTRACTED ENGAGEMENT
A PROOF GONE BAD
AN ANGULAR SUMMARY
SQUARES AND SCOOPS
THE GARDEN BORDER
STUMP YOUR FRIEND
CUTTING THROUGH THE LAYERS
PATTERNS PORTFOLIO COVER LETTER SELECTED PAPERS COVER SIGNED PARENT FORM
PAST EXPERIENCES CONSIDER ALL THE CLASSES YOU HAVE TAKEN BOTH IN MATH AND OTHERS COMPARE YOU’RE GROUP EXPERIENCES WITH YOU’RE EXPERIENCES WORKING ALONE
WHO’S WHO? WHO WAS THE NINTH GRADER? THE TENTH GRADER? THE ELEVENTH GRADER? HOW WERE THEY SEATED?
DESCRIBING PATTERNS WRITE DOWN A DESCRIPTION OF THE PATTERN GIVE AT LEAST THE NEXT 3 TERMS
INSIDE OUT EXPRESS EACH RULE AS A COMPLETE SENTENCE EXPRESS IN TERMS OF “IN” AND “OUT”
GETTING’ ON DOWN TO ONE IF THE CURRENT # IS ODD: MULTIPLY THE CURRENT # BY 3 AND ADD 1 IF THE CURRENT # IS EVEN: DIVIDE THE CURRENT # BY 2
UNCERTAIN ANSWERS PEMDAS: ORDER OF OPERATIONS PARENTHESES EXPONENTS MULTIPLY OR DIVIDE ADD OR SUBTRACT
CONSECUTIVE SUMS EXAMPLES :
PULLING OUT RULES WRITE A RULE IN A COMPLETE SENTENCE FOR EACH INOUT TABLE
ADD IT UP WRITE OUT EACH PROBLEM AS A STRING OF NUMBERS ADDED TOGETHER USE SUMMATION NOTATION TO EXPRESS THE SUMS
THAT’S ODD “ANY ODD NUMBER GREATER THAN 1 CAN BE WRITTEN AS THE SUM OF TWO CONSECUTIVE NUMBERS” REMEMBER: YOU ARE ONLY WORKING WITH POSITIVE WHOLE NUMBERS
THE CHEF’S HOT AND COLD CUBES HOT IS POSITIVE COLD IS NEGATIVE TAKING AWAY BUNCHES IS NEGATIVE ADDING BUNCHES IS POSITIVE
DO IT THE CHEF’S WAY EXPLAIN IN TERMS OF HOT AND COLD CUBES
YOU’RE THE CHEF WRITE A PARAGRAPH EXPLAIN IN TERMS OF HOT AND COLD CUBES INCLUDE EXAMPLES
RULES, RULES, RULES #1 FIND AT LEAST TEN RULES #2 FIND AS MANY RULES AS YOU CAN
ANOTHER IN-OUTER FIND EACH OF THE MISSING ITEMS IN EACH INOUT TABLE GIVE A DESCRIPTION IN WORDS USING “IN” AND “OUT”
A PROTRACTED ENGAGEMENT WHAT DOES THIS MESSAGE SAY? SOMETHING
DIAGONALLY SPEAKING DEFINITION OF DIAGONAL: LINE SEGMENT THAT CONNECTS TWO VERTICES OF A POLYGON BUT IS NOT THE SIDE OF THE POLYGON
DEGREE DISCOVERY WHAT DO THE SUM OF ANGLES OF A TRIANGLE ADD UP TO? WHAT DO THE SUM OF ANGLES OF A QUADRILATERAL ADD UP TO?
POLYGON ANGLES NOW EXPERIMENT WITH OTHER POLYGONS: PENTAGON HEXAGON SEPTAGON OCTAGON
A PROOF GONE BAD A QUADRILATERAL HAS A SUM OF 360 DEGREES. EXPLAIN WHAT WENT WRONG WITH JERRY’S PROOF
AN ANGULAR SUMMARY A REGULAR POLYGON IS A POLYGON THAT HAS ALL OF ITS ANGLES EQUAL AND ALL OF ITS SIDES EQUAL
SQUARES AND SCOOPS SQUARES PASCALS TRIANGLE SCOOPS FACTORIAL
BORDER VARIETIES WRITE A FORMULA USING S TO REPRESENT THE LENGTH OF ONE SIDE OF THE GARDEN
CUTTING THROUGH THE LAYERS RULE: LAYERS X CUTS + 1
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