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Bloom's Taxonomy Divergent thinking, originality, and imagination occur. In upper-level mathematics: Algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. create, design, how many hypotheses can you suggest, how many different ways, how else, what would happen if, how many ways are possible, compose, develop, or suppose

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Section 1

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Bloom's Taxonomy Divergent thinking, originality, and imagination occur. In upper-level mathematics: Algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. create, design, how many hypotheses can you suggest, how many different ways, how else, what would happen if, how many ways are possible, compose, develop, or suppose

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Synthesis

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______cubic inches (volume) = 1 cubic foot (volume)

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1728 12 12 12=1728

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1 pint = ________ cups

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2 cups

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Bloom's Taxonomy judgment Which is the best choice and why, what o you think anout

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Evaluation

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1 Hectometer = ________ meters

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100 meters

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1 mile = _______ yards

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1760 yards

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Quotient

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(나눗셈에서) 몫

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Window method

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S -> L = division L -> S = Multiplication (across)

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Pattern blocks

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1 yard=________ meters

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0.91 meters

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Ordinal number

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e.g., first, second, third, etc

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Cardinal number

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Cardinal numbers (or cardinals) are numbers that say how many of something there are, such as one, two, three, four, five. Answers the question "How Many?" Example: there are five coins.

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remediation

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교정

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1 ton = ________ pounds

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2000 pounds

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circumference of circle

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Area of circle

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Relatively prime

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Two integers are relatively prime if they share no common positive factors (divisors) except 1. For example, • 12 and 13 are relatively prime, but 12 and 14 are not. • 7 and 20 are relatively prime (no common factor) • 6 and 20 are not relatively prime because you can evenly divide both by 2 (2 is a common factor).

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Which two numbers have a product of 56 and a quotient of 14?

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kilogram = ________ g

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1000 g

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Millimeter= ________ meters

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0.001 meter

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1 pound = ________ ounces

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16 ounces

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25% of 72 is x?

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25/100 = x/72

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1 gallon = ________ quarts

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4 quarts

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1 Decameter = ________ meters

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10 meters

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1 foot = ________ cm

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30.48 cm

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Which of the following civilizations is most closely associated with the development of algebra?

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Arabian

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1 Kilometer = ________ meters

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1000 meters

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Bloom's Taxonomy What are some ways to express a sum of 10? What other problems could you write that show how 7,3 and 10 are related to each other? Tell in your own words

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Comprehension

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equivalent

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동등한

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What are the prime factors of 25?

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5*5 or 5^2

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milligram = ________ gram

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0.001 g

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inequality

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< or >

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tangram

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1 cup = ________ fluid ounces

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8 oz

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quadrants graph

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Decimeter= ________ meters

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0.1 meter

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1 mile = ________ feet

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5280 feet

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"fact family"

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An addition fact plus the additional addition fact and two subtraction facts that relate to it 7 + 8 = 15, 8 + 7 = 15, 15 - 8 = 7, 15 - 7 = 8.

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1 quart = ________ pints

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2 pints

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Centimeter= ________ meters

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0.01 meter

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linear equations

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yes y = 3x - 6 yes y - 2 = 3(x + 1) yes y + 2x - 2 = 0 yes 5x = 6 yes y/2 = 3 But the variables (like "x" or "y") in Linear Equations do NOT have: *Exponents (like the 2 in x2) Square roots, cube roots, etc Examples: These are NOT linear equations: no y2 - 2 = 0 no 3√x - y = 6 no x3/2 = 16

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1 foot = ______ inches

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12 inch

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Bloom's Taxonomy how, reason, why, what are the causes, what are the consequences, what are the steps in the process, how did you start, what are some examples, list all solutions possible, and what problems might arise?

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Analysis

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volume of a cylinder

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Bloom's Taxonomy 2+3? how many sides does a triangle have? list, describe, state, define, identify, ask who, what, when, and where

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Knowledge

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1 mile =________ kilometers

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1.62 km

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1 yard = ______ feet

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3 feet

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1 inch = ________ centimeters

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2.54 cm

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Bloom's Taxonomy this is where most problem-solving will occur in the elementary classroom. demonstrate, solve, what are the next steps, how can this be used, contrast, separate into parts, use, change

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Application

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equivalent

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동등한

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Section 2

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___________ used a base 20 system.

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Mayans

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Prime numbers

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2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31. . .

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complementary

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상호보관적인

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area of circle

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624 base 8. _____ in base 10 is equivalent to 624 in base 8.

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6x8^2 + 2x8^1 + 4x8^0 = 6x64 + 2x8 + 4x1= 404

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Line

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PAY ATTENTION TO 단위들. Inch or feet etc. 질문과 옵션이 다른 단위가 꽤있음.

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____________ used a base 60, sexagesimal, system. They are also responsible for the convention that there are 360 degree in a circle.

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Babylonians.

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equilateral triangle

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all three sides are equal

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isosceles triangle

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two sides are equal

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area of trapezoid

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Slope

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Complex numbers

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including i (imaginary unit).

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parallelogram

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Median

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____________ are responsible for much of what is studied in Geometry, most famously the Pythagorean Theorem.

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Greeks.

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area of parallelogram

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A unit cube

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A unit cube, more formally a cube of side 1, is a cube whose sides are 1 unit long.

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experimental probability

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experimental probability is what actually happens when we try it out.

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____________ number system is used today worldwide.

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the Hindu-Arabic

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___________ used a base 10 system.

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Hindu-Arabic

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Multiplication with base 10 blocks

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progression through the levels of geometric thinking

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Visualization->Analysis->Abstraction->Deduction Visualization is the ability for a student to identify a shape based on its appearance. Analysis is the ability to identify a shape based on properties. (4 equal sides) Abstraction is where student form abstract definitions about shapes (all squares are rectangles, not all rectangles are squares) Deduction is the ability to a geometric shape are true (geometric proofs)

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Area of triangle

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b= base h= high

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perpendicular

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직각의, 수직의

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85 is 120% of what number?

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120/100 = 85/x

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scalene traingle

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no equal sides

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what % of 58 is 12

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x/100=12/58

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quadrilaterals

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4변형의

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loaf

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빵덩어리

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Greatest common factor GCF

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Hypotenuse

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What is the degree of the monomial 3x^2y^3?

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monomial 단항식 3XXYY*Y variables 5

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Range

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The largest value is 13 and the smallest is 8, so the range is 13 - 8 = 5.

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all squares are rectangles, not all rectangles are squares

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Ray

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Complementary Angles

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Two angles are Complementary when they add up to 90 degrees (a Right Angle).

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What is the degree of the monomial 66?

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0

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the theoretical probability

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the number of ways that the event can occur, divided by the total number of outcomes. Theoretical probability is what we expect to happen

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Graph function and not a function

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Linear function

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y=mx+b

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