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Solve addition sentences using place value and solve subtraction sentence using place value. Addition and subtraction are inverse operations. Both operations can be solved using many common and similar strategies. Also, knowing strategies in one operation can help create solution opportunities for the other. Math Vocabulary: Add, addition, amount left over, difference, equals, equation, estimate, number sentence, subtraction, word problem, count back, count on, digit, number line, ones…

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choose the University Of Washington is because it’s a college in my city so I get the price advantage also the University of washington also is one of the best graduate colleges to go if you want to become a dentist. In addition go DAWGS!, a lot of my family attends the University of Washington and I want to join them. The average salary for a dentist is \$88,400, I found this by research this number is the rate for my equation. For my undergraduate the cost for 1 year of college is \$19,279, and…

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effectively. Having the ability to color coordinate and then put both colors is probably what made this activity so successful and engaging for the students. Lastly, I also included a placemat with two circles and an addition sign between both circles, I would then ask the students to place a specific number of blocks of color X in each circle and from there the students would manipulate and build their blocks. This allowed the student to first get to observe the placement representing our…

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This model of thinking made the researchers think that the students were open to the possibility that there’s other numbers that exit after the number 0. In the absolute mental model, the students used negative numbers to order the numbers apart from the positive ones, but they thought -9 was bigger than 3. In addition, the students did not give any value to the negative numbers. In the order nothing model, the students treated the negative numbers as 0. They thought that the farther the number…

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Initial Goals: My initial goals for the program was to take in an equation like 5*(4/3+2^(3-1)) and return the answer to it (26.666667 in this case). I intended it to work with simple arithmetic (multiplication, division, addition, subtraction, exponents, and parentheses). My initial brainstorming resulted in an iterative action. The program would follow the order of operations and begin with the contents of innermost parentheses and replace that portion of the input with the answer before…

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others and themselves, and they work hard to show that their optimism is warranted. They motivate others and are quick to solicit help when needed. They listen to advise offered by others and ensure that constructive outcomes are achieved for the task assigned to them. Another disparity between negative and positive people is their perceptions of success. Positive people are more often than not motivated by the achievements of others and aim to emulate them and achieve the same (Sua). They…

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Question 9 (National Assessment Program, 2016) was meet with eagerness and great confidence in my abilities. Although previously I have considered algebra as an overall topic, a weakness it was written as a step by step word problem. Being very straightforward to read and interpret, I was able to recognise meanings of all operations in both worded form and the alternative equivalent expressions. This allowed me to select the correct expression required and also demonstrated the ability to be an…

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included because I teach math to all of them. Classes are taught daily for 45 minutes. Once a week, each class is seen for an additional 45 minutes. In addition, none of the students are officially identified as having learning disabilities, even though it is known that at least 4 students out of the 72 do based on prior experience. Also, no students are identified as gifted and talented. There are no set systems in place such as Individual Education Plans or 504s on paper. Based on teacher…

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2b). A minimum heart rate of 33.7 + 0.577 beats/min (N=3) was observed with no additions. After the addition of ephinephrine, a significant increase in heart rate from 33.7 + 0.577 beats/min (N=3) to 37.7 + 0.577 beats/min (N=3) was observed. After the addition of eserine, no significant difference in heart rate was observed relative to the baseline value. Following the addition of atropine, a significant increase in heart rate from 33.7 + 0.577 beats/min (N=3) to 37.7 + 0.577 beats/min (N=3)…

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