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math 1310 test 1

Name the Five Content Standards Algebra Numbers and Operations Geometry Measurement Probability
Name Polya's Four Steps Understand the Problem Devise a plan Carry out the plan Look back
Name the five process standards Problem solving Communicate Connection Reasoning and Proof Representation
Physical and Pictoral Represtations of whole numbers Tiles Cubes Number Rods Number Lines Number strips
Name Three Types of Whole Numbers Cardinal Nominal Ordinal
Name Three models for multiplication Repeated addition array/rectangular form cartesian
whole numbers that identify something nominal
whole numbers that shows rank or position ordinal
whole numbers that show quality cardinal
5x(12x21)=5x(21x12) comminitive property of multiplication
41x(7+11)=41x7+41x11 distribution property of mulitplication over addition
88+(73+52)=(88+73)+52 associative property
Name the Principles of the School of Mathmatics Curriculum Assessment Technology Teaching Learning Equity
7+18=18+7 Communitive property of addition
5x(13x7)=(5x13)x7 Associative property of mulitplication
-6+(12+7)=(-6+12)+7 associative property of addition
-6+6=0 additive inverse
13+12=12+13 communitive property of addition
-4(2x6)=(-4x2)6 associative property of multiplication
(-8+13)+2=-8+(13+2) associative property of addition
25(-6+11)-25x-6+25x11 distributive property of multiplication over addition
Created by: laurieweldon