Mathematics for Teaching Tag: arithmetic

Tag: arithmetic

Math Teachers at Play at Math Mama

Math Teacher at Play (MTAP) #51 is now live in Math Mama Writes …. Really great collection of 51 posts from teachers, lecturers, professors, bloggers, … in the following categories: Arithmetic, Patterns and Logic, Visual Math, Algebra-Geometry-Trigonometry, Puzzles and Games, Notations and Logic, and Breaking News, and may favorite, Teaching Mathematics.  I even got two…

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Fun with ‘definitions’ in algebra

WARNING:  use the following definitions with great caution. A number phrase is a mathematical phrase which does not express a complete thought. An arithmetic expression is any grammatically sensible expression made up of numbers and (possibly) arithmetic operations (like addition, division, taking the absolute value, etc). Notice that it only has to be grammatically sensible; an undefined expression like 5/0 is…

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