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Mar 17

Any help will be greatly appreciated

Thanks

Greg

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Rich
I agree with Betty. A little addition or tweak builds on the existing great lesson you already have. It took awhile but each year by adding a little extra the lessons I use are jam packed with more aw's and oww's that caught the students attention engaging ways. An example of a daily lesson that morphed included a starting infinite welcoming kiosk,...See More

Firoza Ahmed
Yes it would be a great idea to refresh your lessons because all the children learn at different pace so you need to adjust your lessons and resources according to their needs and prior knowledge that they have.

Jul 2

Hello,

When you create your lesson plans for the first day of school, do you have to put in the state standards? I will be teaching middle school math and want to know how i can add standards based on the plans. Any advice will be appreciated.

Thanks!

When you create your lesson plans for the first day of school, do you have to put in the state standards? I will be teaching middle school math and want to know how i can add standards based on the plans. Any advice will be appreciated.

Thanks!

Apr 15

If you're thinking about splitting your class, you might want to look into Guided Math and self-paced learning. I use it in my class. It has taken me a few years to work out kinks and get it really tailored to my teaching & my student's need...See More

Ive thought as much as I could and couldn;t come up with the right answer. The perimeter of a shape is 25.71, calculate the value of radius x, take pi to be 3.142. Perimeter expression = pi x radius + 2 x radius

SandArt to Iwakuni Math
Use the equation: 3.142r+2r= 25.71

Combine like terms for: 5.142r = 25.71

You will find that the radius is 5. The diameter is 10.

If you are using 3.142 to represent pi, you can check using the formula for perimeter of pi times diameter/2 for a semi circle. Don't forget to add the line segment for the rest of perimeter....See More

Combine like terms for: 5.142r = 25.71

You will find that the radius is 5. The diameter is 10.

If you are using 3.142 to represent pi, you can check using the formula for perimeter of pi times diameter/2 for a semi circle. Don't forget to add the line segment for the rest of perimeter....See More

harpazo
25.71 = 3.142x + 2x

25.71 = 5.142x

25.71/5.142 = x

5 = x

If x = radius, then your radius is 5.

25.71 = 5.142x

25.71/5.142 = x

5 = x

If x = radius, then your radius is 5.

May 21

Feb 9

I am having trouble doing this problem:

Picking a number from 1 to 5 and choosing the color red, white, or blue.

Picking a number from 1 to 5 and choosing the color red, white, or blue.

Betty Ann
Max,

I imagine that by now you have figured out this problem. If not, try making a tree diagram.

On 4/04/17, Max wrote: > I am having trouble doing this problem: > > Picking a number from 1 to 5 and choosing the color red, > white, or blue.

I imagine that by now you have figured out this problem. If not, try making a tree diagram.

On 4/04/17, Max wrote: > I am having trouble doing this problem: > > Picking a number from 1 to 5 and choosing the color red, > white, or blue.

SandArt to Iwakuni Math
On 4/06/17, Betty Ann wrote:

In case you have not figured it out.... There are 15 outcomes (1,2,3,4,5) times (red, white, blue). You multiply 5 x 3 for the number of outcomes.

For probability, the number of outcomes will be in the denominator.

For the numerator, it depends on what you are looking for.

For examp...See More

In case you have not figured it out.... There are 15 outcomes (1,2,3,4,5) times (red, white, blue). You multiply 5 x 3 for the number of outcomes.

For probability, the number of outcomes will be in the denominator.

For the numerator, it depends on what you are looking for.

For examp...See More

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