Monthly Archive: October 2015

Oct 28

Three-Part Ratio Example

Go to this page to see a worked example of a Three-Part Ratio problem.

Oct 17

Putting fractions in lowest terms video

Putting fractions in lowest terms sounds simple, but often it presents difficulties if we don’t have good strategies. Go to the page under PFD to find the video. I hope this helps!

Oct 06

Archimedes’ Puzzle “The Stomachion is an ancient tangram-type puzzle. Believed by some to have been created by Archimedes, it consists of 14 pieces cut from a square. The pieces can be rearranged to form other interesting shapes. In this lesson, students learn about the history of the Stomachion, use the pieces to create other figures, learn about …

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