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MemberFebruary 22, 2022 at 1:42 pm
It always amazes me how a simple pattern can be represented mathematically. I could definitely use this type of model to teach polynomials. I could use an example like this for a Notice and Wonder, so it will lead into a lesson on how to multiply polynomials or come up with factors for a polynomial. This model could also be used in Geometry to teach composite figures and areas.
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