The Language of Numbers
Heinemann, 1994 - Mathematics - 114 pages
In this text students in grades six and seven can invent, explore, and compare systems for representing numbers, resulting in deeper understanding of the nature and properties of number systems in general and of our base-ten place value system in particular.
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The Chinese Abacus
Additive Number Systems
Place Value Systems
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12 beads abaci Abacus Recording abacus system additive systems arithmetic expressions ASSESSMENT CRITERIA base system calculate Carmen chappan Chinese abacus Class discussion Classroom column concept map Dear Dr desmit different building blocks divisibility rules example expressions to show Figure Fulfulde History of Numbers ikumi invented systems joyi Language of Numbers largest number Math letters Mathematical Goals Mathematical Theme MD system Minoan multiples mystery device system Mystery Number Puzzles Natasha Nipmuc number are shown Number charts number patterns number sys number system number words números o-clock ooooo pipe cleaner place headings place value system possible number Problem solving properties puluh represent numbers Reproducible role of powers Roman numeral rules sappo show how numbers sistema skip strategies STUDENT CHALLENGE students explore Students investigate Students understand Suggested Lesson Plan system uses place systems for representing Systems Students tems three beads Valores asignados wikchemna write zeros