2 edition of **Deepening children"s understanding of rational numbers** found in the catalog.

Deepening children"s understanding of rational numbers

Joan Moss

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Published
**2000**
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Written in English

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Pagination | 243 leaves. |

Number of Pages | 243 |

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Open Library | OL19985426M |

ISBN 10 | 0612499006 |

Lamon, 15 whose work on proportional reasoning and rational number has made a great contribution to our understanding of students’ learning, elucidates the distinction between relative and absolute reasoning. She asks the learner to consider the growth of two fictitious snakes: String Bean, who is 4 feet long when the story begins, and Slim, who is 5 feet long. Module 2 Lesson 15 Multiplying and Dividing Rational Numbers module 2 lesson 15 multiplication and division of rational KB (Last Modified on July 8, ) Comments (-1).

1 8th Grade Math; Unit 2 Lesson 2 Key Standards addressed in this Lesson: 1, 2 Time allotted for this Lesson: 3 to 4 days Key Concepts in Standards: 1 Know that numbers that are not rational are called tand informally that. Identifying Rational Numbers. Identifying Rational Numbers - Displaying top 8 worksheets found for this concept.. Some of the worksheets for this concept are Identifying rational and irrational numbers, Concept 13 rational irrational numbers, Add subtract multiply divide rational numbers date period, Properties of real numbers, Sets of real numbers date period, Identify rational and irrational.

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CONTENT S Introduction 3 Chapter 1 Natural Numbers and Integers 9 Primes 10 Unique Factorization 11 Integers 13 Even and Odd Integers 15 Closure Properties 18 A Remark on the Nature of Proof 19 Chapter 2 Rational Numbers 21 Definition of Rational Numbers 21 Terminating and Non-terminating Decimals 23 The Many Ways of Stating and Proving.

Decimal expansion of rational numbers x can be any number since 0 divided by any number is zero. We can also write rational numbers as decimals. We do this by performing a quick division that is dividing the numerator by the denominator.

For instance. In Maths, rational numbers are represented in p/q form where q is not equal to zero. It is one of the most important Maths topics. Any fraction with non-zero denominators is a rational number. Hence, we can say that ‘0’ is also a rational number, as we can represent it in many forms such as 0/1, 0/2, 0/3, etc.

The denominator in a rational number cannot be zero. Expressed as an equation, a rational number is a number. a/b, b≠0. where a and b are both integers. This equation shows that all integers, finite decimals, and repeating decimals are rational numbers.

In other words, most numbers are rational numbers. Rational Numbers. A Rational Number can be made by dividing two integers.

(An integer is a number with no fractional part.) Example: is a rational number because = 3/2 (3 and 2 are both integers) Most numbers we use in everyday life are Rational Numbers. Here are some more examples: Number As a Fraction Rational. 5: 5/1: Yes. They include fractions, decimals, and integers.

Understanding rational numbers is important in understanding and analyzing real-world occurrences, such as changes in barometric pressure during a storm.

You will compare the barometric pressure before and after a storm in Lesson Chapter 5 Rational Numbers C5LO 3/6/03 This video is about Rational Numbers. SAT Math Test Prep Online Crash Course Algebra & Geometry Study Guide Review, Functions,Youtube. In mathematics, a rational number is a number that can be written as a fraction.

Rational numbers are all real numbers, and can be positive or negative. A number that is not rational is called irrational. Most of the numbers that people use in everyday life are rational.

These include fractions and integers. Especially surprising for a Math text copyrighted in This book gives a good, fairly thorough look at the properties of rational and (particularly) irrational numbers in a fairly concise manner, with a minimum of heavy-handed reliance on complex equations and a maximum of actual verbal by: Numbers is the fourth book in the name of the book comes from the part where Moses is commanded by God to count the Israelites in the desert who can bear arms (there areIsraelites who are fit for military duty, which means that Moses spent a helluva lot of time counting people).The book is exactly as interesting as that sounds.

Math Mammoth Rational Numbers is a worktext for grades that focuses on the study of rational numbers, negative fractions, and negative decimals, and how to calculate with them.

MAY sale. Get 25% off of all of Math Mammoth and Make It Real Learning products sold on this site. Pythagorean Theorem and Irrational Numbers Related Instructional Videos Understand and apply the definition of rational numbers An updated version of this instructional video is available. Rational Numbers: Made EASY!.

Let's explore Rational Numbers, which are a part of Real Numbers. We cover Natural Numbers, Whole Numbers, Integers. Math for Kids: Rational Number Equivalence: Interactive Quiz eBook (Math for Kids (Sixth Grade) 3) - Kindle edition by Verma, Dinesh.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Math for Kids: Rational Number Equivalence: Interactive Quiz eBook (Math for Kids (Sixth Grade) 3).Author: Dinesh Verma.

Use real-world models to develop understanding of fractions, decimals, unit rates, and proportions. Developing!Essential!Understanding!of!Rational!Numbers. Clarke,!Carne;!Fisher,William;!Marks,!Rick;!Ross,!Sharon!and!Zbiek,!Rose!Mary!!.

!!!NCTM!!!!!ISBN. This means that natural numbers, whole numbers and integers, like 5, are all part of the set of rational numbers as well because they can be written as fractions, as are mixed numbers like 1 ½. This week unit is designed to provide students with a deep understanding of rational numbers and what they represent: a part out of a whole.

The unit encompasses many aspects of working with rational numbers including converting between different forms of rational numbers, comparing and ordering rational numbers, understanding the relationship. - We're told to look at the rational numbers below, order them from least to greatest.

They really didn't have to tell us this first sentence, I would have known to look at the rational numbers to order them from least to greatest. Well anyway, they tell us 1/2, negative five, three point three, zero, 21 o negative five point five, and.

52 Chapter 2 Rational Numbers and Equations Rational Numbers A rational number is a number that can be written as a — b where a and b are integers and b ≠ 0. Key Vocabulary terminating decimal, p. 52 repeating decimal, −p. 52 rational number, p. 52 A terminating decimal is. Download: Rational Similar searches: Rational Numbers Rational And Irrational Numbers Class 8th Ch 1 Rational Numbers Adding Rational Numbers Key To Algebra Book 5 Rational Numbers Answers Rational Genesis The New Rational Manager Rational Functions Rational Male Rational Mail Rational Function The Rational Male Rational Theorem Rational Exponents The .And in a future video, we'll prove that you give me two rational numbers-- rational 1, rational there's going to be at least one irrational number between those, which is a neat result, because irrational numbers seem to be exotic.

Another way to think about it-- I took the square root of 2, but you take the square root of any non-perfect.This book focuses on essential knowledge for teachers about rational numbers. It is organized around four big ideas, supported by multiple smaller, interconnected ideas--essential understandings.

Taking teachers beyond a simple introduction to rational numbers, the book will broaden and deepen their mathematical understanding of one of the most challenging topics for students--and by: 5.