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## Math 1135 Week 2 notes

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# Math 1135 Week 2 notes Math 1135

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This material covers rounding, fractions, and problem solving.
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Number and Operations for Teachers
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Niles Johnson
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Date Created: 09/29/16
Week Two Notes  How to compare numbers with place value: o Basic Idea vs. Cardinality o Example: 2643 vs. 987- more digits to the left of the decimal (not counting leading zeros) o Is there any way to have 1_ _ _ > 2000? NO  The thousands place is more than the largest possible value of all smaller places combined.  Think of an odometer  Rounding o rounding a decimal to a nearest number with fewer nonzero digits o How to round  Rounding to the nearest whole number (or whole number of tenths, hundredths, thousandths)  Round to any place by finding the nearest number with whole number of that place with no nonzero digits below a certain place.  Example: find whole number of hundredths  4.0763 -> 4.076  Problem Solving o Polya’s Four Steps  Understand the Problem  Devise a Plan  Carryout the Plan  Look back  Check work, understand the solution  Understand the connection  Explanations o Explaining to others can help you learn o Discovering errors in your own thinking o Complete (relevant concepts, definitions, or procedures) o Coherent (different parts relate to each other) o Concise (limit unneeded info)  The meaning of fractions o A fraction is a part of something.  Example: ½ a pizza, ¾ tank of gas o To understand A/B we must first understand what 1/B means. o 1/B is a unit fraction. o 1/B means the amount of the whole, which is one piece when the whole is divided into B equal sized pieces. o B is called the denominator because it denominates. o What does A/B mean?  It means A of the pieces, each of the size 1/B. o A is called the numerator and tells how many.  Fractions as numbers: o the default whole is 1. o Indicate a quantity (or amount of stuff) o Equivalent fractions  Using decimal place value there is a only one way to write every number  For fractions, there are many ways to write the same number or quantity, called equivalent fractions.

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