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PATTERNS IN OUT TABLES ANGLE FORMUALS SUMMATION NOTATION INTEGERS

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PAST EXPERIENCES

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WHO’S WHO?

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DESCRIBING PATTERNS

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THE BROKEN EGGS

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POW BEGINNINGS

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INSIDE OUT

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GETTING’ ON DOWN TO ONE

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MARCELLA’S BAGELS

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UNCERTAIN ANSWERS

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CONSECUTIVE SUMS

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PULLING OUT RULES

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ADD IT UP

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THAT’S ODD

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THE CHEF’S HOT AND COLD CUBES

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DO IT THE CHEF’S WAY

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YOU’RE THE CHEF

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RULES, RULES, RULES

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ANOTHER IN-OUTER

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A PROTRACTED ENGAGEMENT

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DIAGONALLY SPEAKING

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DEGREE DISCOVERY

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POLYGON ANGLES

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A PROOF GONE BAD

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AN ANGULAR SUMMARY

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SQUARES AND SCOOPS

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THE GARDEN BORDER

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BORDER VARIETIES

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STUMP YOUR FRIEND

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CUTTING THROUGH THE LAYERS

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PATTERNS PORTFOLIO COVER LETTER SELECTED PAPERS COVER SIGNED PARENT FORM

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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

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WHO’S WHO? WHO WAS THE NINTH GRADER? THE TENTH GRADER? THE ELEVENTH GRADER? HOW WERE THEY SEATED?

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DESCRIBING PATTERNS WRITE DOWN A DESCRIPTION OF THE PATTERN GIVE AT LEAST THE NEXT 3 TERMS

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INSIDE OUT EXPRESS EACH RULE AS A COMPLETE SENTENCE EXPRESS IN TERMS OF “IN” AND “OUT”

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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

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UNCERTAIN ANSWERS PEMDAS: ORDER OF OPERATIONS PARENTHESES EXPONENTS MULTIPLY OR DIVIDE ADD OR SUBTRACT

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CONSECUTIVE SUMS EXAMPLES : 2+3+4 8+9+10+11 23+24 6+7+8+9+10

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PULLING OUT RULES WRITE A RULE IN A COMPLETE SENTENCE FOR EACH INOUT TABLE

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ADD IT UP WRITE OUT EACH PROBLEM AS A STRING OF NUMBERS ADDED TOGETHER USE SUMMATION NOTATION TO EXPRESS THE SUMS

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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

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THE CHEF’S HOT AND COLD CUBES HOT IS POSITIVE COLD IS NEGATIVE TAKING AWAY BUNCHES IS NEGATIVE ADDING BUNCHES IS POSITIVE

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DO IT THE CHEF’S WAY EXPLAIN IN TERMS OF HOT AND COLD CUBES

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YOU’RE THE CHEF WRITE A PARAGRAPH EXPLAIN IN TERMS OF HOT AND COLD CUBES INCLUDE EXAMPLES

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RULES, RULES, RULES #1 FIND AT LEAST TEN RULES #2 FIND AS MANY RULES AS YOU CAN

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ANOTHER IN-OUTER FIND EACH OF THE MISSING ITEMS IN EACH INOUT TABLE GIVE A DESCRIPTION IN WORDS USING “IN” AND “OUT”

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A PROTRACTED ENGAGEMENT WHAT DOES THIS MESSAGE SAY? SOMETHING

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DIAGONALLY SPEAKING DEFINITION OF DIAGONAL: LINE SEGMENT THAT CONNECTS TWO VERTICES OF A POLYGON BUT IS NOT THE SIDE OF THE POLYGON

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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?

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POLYGON ANGLES NOW EXPERIMENT WITH OTHER POLYGONS: PENTAGON HEXAGON SEPTAGON OCTAGON

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A PROOF GONE BAD A QUADRILATERAL HAS A SUM OF 360 DEGREES. EXPLAIN WHAT WENT WRONG WITH JERRY’S PROOF

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AN ANGULAR SUMMARY A REGULAR POLYGON IS A POLYGON THAT HAS ALL OF ITS ANGLES EQUAL AND ALL OF ITS SIDES EQUAL

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SQUARES AND SCOOPS SQUARES PASCALS TRIANGLE SCOOPS FACTORIAL

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BORDER VARIETIES WRITE A FORMULA USING S TO REPRESENT THE LENGTH OF ONE SIDE OF THE GARDEN

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CUTTING THROUGH THE LAYERS RULE: LAYERS X CUTS + 1

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