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MATE 3060 Final

MATE 3060 Exam Study Guide

What are different types of tasks Routine drill and practice, routine practice in context, more complex problems that involve multiple strategies or possible solutions, non-routine problems for which there are no obvious solution path.
what is a fraction? a numerical quantity that is not a whole number, a small or tiny part, amount, or proportion of something, a dissenting group within a larger one
Ways to interpret remianers remainder to be ignored, add a whole number, quotient expressed as a mixed number, remainder as a whole number
Set Model The whole is understood to be a set of objects and subsets of the whole make up fractional parts. For example, 3 objects are 1/4 of a set of 12 objects. The set of 12, in this example represents the whole or one.
Area Model Finding ways to break one or both of the numbers into smaller numbers. For 34 x 6, if 34 is broken into 30 and 4, both 30 and 4 must be multiplied by 6.
Length Model Lengths are compared instead of areas. Either lines are drawn and subdivided or physical materials are compared on the basis of length.
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