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Good Practice Conference …collating, disseminating and encouraging the adoption of good practice…
Sheona Goodall Fife Council Active learning from effective questions.
Use these fractions to write two addition, two subtraction and two multiplication sums. Give them to your partner to work out, then check their answers.
Complete this in three different ways. 50% of =
Complete this in three different ways. % of = 5.6
Complete this in three different ways. of =
Complete this calculation. x =
Write down five different addition sums with the answer 1.
Write down an example of a square number which is a factor of 48.
Give an example of a multiple of 9 which is also a triangular number.
Why is 209 not a prime number?
Miss Goodall, you just get us to write all your questions for you!
Reverse Subtraction Objectives: do a subtract by adding check your answer by adding.
EVEN NUMBERS EVEN NUMBERS 1 = prime 2 = prime1 3 = prime 4 = 2 x 22 5 = prime 6 = 2 x 33 7 = prime 8 = 2 x 2 x 24 9 = 3 x 3 10 = 2 x 55.
People Fractions. Problem 1 of 20 Answer 1 = 10 Problem 2 of 20 Answer 2 = 5.
The Number Line Look at the number line above. What numbers go before the zero? We are now going to use the number line to carry.
COURSE 2 LESSON Find , or 4 Estimate 21 Add the fractions. Add the whole numbers = Write.
Learn: To use divisibility rules. These rules let you test if one number can be evenly divided by another, without having to do too much calculation!
© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 1 Week 3 Day 3 Objectives: Subtract two-digit numbers from two-digit numbers and from numbers between 100 and 200 by counting.
Rational Expressions – Sum & Difference 1 When fractions already have a common denominator, keep the denominator the same and add / subtract your numerators.
FACTORING BINOMIALS Factoring Binomials (4 Possibilities) GCF (Greatest Common Factor) Difference of Squares Sum or Difference of Cubes Prime (Not Factorable)
© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 3 Week 1 Day 3 Objective: Use rounding to estimate answers to calculations.
Prime Factorization. What is Prime Factorization? The process of converting a number into a product of prime numbers.
14.0 Math Review 14.1 Using a Calculator Calculator
EXAMPLE 2 Solve a radical equation Solve 4 x – = 28. SOLUTION 4 x – = 28 4 x – 7 = 16 x – 7 = 4 ( x – 7 ) 2 = 4 2 x – 7 = 16 x = 23 Write.
Factoring binomials. Difference of Two Squares Always check for a GCF Only for subtraction Each term must be a perfect square – The exponents on the variables.
The National Certificate in Adult Numeracy Level 2 Skills for Life Support Strategies Module 4: Fractions, decimals and percentages 2.
The Pythagorean Theorem Section 8-1. Use the Pythagorean Theorem.
Multiplication Facts X 3 = 2. 8 x 4 = 3. 7 x 2 =
FCAT MATH Jeopardy! Chapters Factors & Multiples Chapter
Estimating Fractions. Rounding the nearest half Sometimes it is better to round a fraction to the nearest half in order to estimate an addition or subtraction.
Adding and Subtracting Fractions. Warm up What is the lowest common multiple of: and 4 5 and 6 4 and 6 3 and 8 5 and 10 Find a the missing.
Do Now Pass out calculators. Write down the weeks assignments. Pick up a worksheet from the back and wait for instructions.
EXAMPLE 2 Rationalize denominators of fractions. Simplify (a) 5 2 and SOLUTION (a) = = 5 2 = (b)
Example 1 Adding and Subtracting Fractions Find the sum or difference. Then simplify if possible. a – 13 8 = 11 – – = 3 – =
EXAMPLE 1 Solve quadratic equations Solve the equation. a. 2x 2 = 8 SOLUTION a. 2x 2 = 8 Write original equation. x 2 = 4 Divide each side by 2. x = ±
Dividing Fractions. A. Review Examples of fractions.
Date: _____________Math 9/9H Place Value Which position is a digit of a number occupying? E.g.: is in the millions place 9 is in the hundred.
By: Tameicka James Addition Subtraction Division Multiplication
M May Pythagoras’ Theorem The square on the hypotenuse equals the sum of the squares on the other two sides.
6-4: n th Roots I can simplify radicals and approximate them using a calculator.
4.8b SKM & PP 1 Division of Polynomials. 4.8b SKM & PP 2 Division of Polynomials First, let’s review the symbols that represent the division problem:
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Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Like Denominators.
Describes the relationship between the lengths of the hypotenuse and the lengths of the legs in a right triangle.
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Adding and Subtracting Quick and Dirty Fractions Method! Functional Mathematics Level 2: Add and subtract fractions - add and subtract using halves, thirds,
Hands-On Algebra with Fractions and Mixed Numbers.
8.5 Factoring Differences of Squares (top) Factor each term Write one set of parentheses with the factors adding and one with the factors subtracting.
Multiplication Find the missing value x __ = 32.
Dividing Polynomials Chapter – – 15y 4 – 27y 3 – 21y 2 3y – 27 3 – 21 3 y 2 y Divide. y 4 y 2 y 2 y 3 y 2 y 2 Write as separate fractions.
Adding and subtracting fractions. Fractions with the same denominator Check the answers to these questions on your calculator: a.b. c. d.
CHAPTER 3 Whole Numbers Slide 2Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. 3.1Least Common Multiples 3.2Addition and Applications 3.3Subtraction, Order, and.
Prime and Composite Numbers. Introduction Me: I am in compacted math and I will show you the math concept of prime and composite numbers. Concept: Every.
Splash Screen. Lesson Menu Five-Minute Check (over Lesson 9–1) Main Idea and Vocabulary Example 1:Use Models Example 2:Use Factor Pairs Example 3:Find.
Write a statement about the sum of the interior angles of a triangle below: The sum of all the interior angle in a triangle is 180 o
1 X, by powers of 10 Ordering decimals 2 Using negative numbers 3 4 Fractions 5 Fractions and decimals 6 Percentages 7 RoundingDivisibility 9 Indices,primes,
By Miss Bart. Integer rules Adding same signs= find the sum and take sign Adding different signs= find the difference and take the sign of the largest.
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