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Math 13700 Assignment Sheet Fall 2010 Text: Reconceptualizing Mathematics Part 1, Preliminary Edition by Sowder, Sowder, & Nickerson. W.H. Freeman, 2007 Follow instructions written here in addition to instructions in the text. Lesson Section Page Problems 1 1.1/ 1.2 p 7 2b, 3, 5, 8 2 1.3 p 14 1( name a metric and a standard unit), 2 (for your car), 3 (find info for IN and one other state), 4 3 1.4 p 19 5, 6, 7, 8 Also, make up your own problem that is similar to these and show your diagram and solution. 4 2.1/ 2.2 p 25 4d: MCLVII, e: MDL, f: CCXXV, 5d: three hundred sixty-five, e: one thousand two hundred eight, f: five hundred twenty-three 6d: XCIV, e:MMXLII, f: CMIX p 28 1bfjkl, 5, 8 5 2.3 p 36 2c, 3k: 25ten in base four, l: 23bb+ in base b, m: 24 in base four, n: 143ten in base five, 4 (use base five), 5c, 6def, 7, 8, 9def, 15de, 16fgh, 17e, 18ef No class on Friday, September 3, or Monday, September 6, 2010 (Labor Day) 6 2.4 p 43 1: 210 and 122three three, 2e: 103 231four four+, f: 341 234five five−, 4cd, 5e: 523 144six six−, f: 817 208nine nine−, 7c, 8d, 9 (use base seven) Read pp 44-45, section 2.5. 7 3.1 p 51 1 (Write a word problem for part a. Change the wording to express the question in three different ways. Use a sketch to solve.), 2, 3 (Change the first number from 46 to 52.), 7 (Add information about Carmen so you can determine each person’s weight. Solve.), 8 (Change ¼ pound to 1/5 pound.) 8 3.2 p 57 2a (Draw a diagram or picture to represent this problem. Answer the question written in the text.), 3, (Write out the incorrect work a student might do for each example.), 4b, 5ab, 6, 7, 11abde 9 3.3 p 63 2 Case A, B, C: you do 26 + 57, Case E: you do 86 9− using both methods, Case G: you do 700 359−, 5 (Show both methods for each problem.) 10 3.4 p 71 2, 4, 6bcf, 8, 12, 14 Exam 1 Tuesday, September 21st at 8:00 PM in EE129 11 3.5 p 77 2, 3, 4, 5acd, 7 (Write two different types of division problems. Solve.), 8(indicate which division concept is used) 12 3.6/ 3.7 p 81 2, 3, 4 (Use 2973 14÷), 5 (Use 56 8÷) p 83 2, 4cd, 6ef, 7b 13 4.1 p 90 1bce:612 3÷, 2c: 322 + 13 in base four, d: 200 43− in base five, 5 if 1800 12 150÷=, then i:1800 6÷=__, j: 1800 24÷=__, k: 900 12÷=__, l: 3600 12÷=__ Read pp 92-93, section 4.2 14 5.1 p 98 1ac, 2bcef, 3bcef, 4bd, 5, 6 – draw grids on your paper 15 5.2 p 103 4, 5 (Choose one method that you could use to mentally compute 27 43×.), 6acde, 7bcd, 8bcdefgMath 13700 Assignment Sheet Fall 2010 16 5.3 p 106 1, 2, 3, 4(for million, round your answer to the nearest 0.001; for billion, to 0.01; for trillion, to the nearest whole number), 5(NO minimum number of words – any number will do.) 17 5.4 p 108 1 (Express your answers in scientific notation.) d: ()()5312.32 10 4 10×××, e: ()()5312.32 10 4 10×÷×, f: ()()3512.32 10 4 10×÷×, 3 (Write the problem and the answer in sci notation.) e: 3,900,000 260,000,000,000× f: 1,200,000,000 24,000,000÷ g: 0.000000042 600,000÷ h: 0.0000063 0.00005÷ 4, 11: Change 13 ft/sec into yds/hr. Use sci notation for your answer. 12: Describe (in words) the steps needed to change 4564.1 10−× to sci notation. Explain how you know what steps to use. Read p 109, section 5.5. 18 6.1 p 115 2abc (Use rectangular regions.), 4, 8, 9abde, 10b (Use a circle and a rectangle.) 12, 13, 14, 15b, 18, 22cd 19 6.2 p 123 1ab, 2c (Use rectangles.), 3 (Use rectangles.), 5bc, 6c (Show how you know.), 7acd, 9cde, 10a, 11 (Explain what happens across the bottom as you fill in squares or circles.) 20 6.3 p 129 1d (Show how you know.), 2bf, 4bd, 6, 8 (Make a neat list.), 9, 10, 12, 14 Exam 2 Wednesday, October 20th at 8:00 PM in EE170 or EE270 21 6.4 p 134 1, 2, 6, 8bcd, 9, 10hijklmnop, 12cdefghi, 14, 15, 16, 18 Read p 137, section 6.5. 22 7.1 p 142 2, 4bcd, 8, 10, 13, 15bdg, 16c 23 7.2 p 147 1, 4, 5efgh, 9. 10, 11ad, 16, 17, 18a 24 7.3 p 156 2, 5, 8df, 9, 11, 14ef, 16bc, 18 25 8.1/ 8.2 p 167 1,3 p 171 1, 3, 6, 7ae, 9a Read pp 173-175, section 8.3. 26 9.1/ 9.2 p 178 1, 5 (Make large drawings of scalene triangles.) p 186 2, 5, 7, 18, 20 27 9.3 p 194 1, 4, 5, 6, 8bcd, 9bcd, 12, 13, 17, 21fghij Read pp 196-197, section 9.4. 28 10.1 p 203 1b, 2, 3def, 4b, 6cd, 8cd, 9, 10, 11, 14c: 1728and−− 29 10.2 p 213 1efgh, 2cdefgh, 3, 4defgh, 5defg, 6defgh, 9, 10, 12bc, 13b, 14a Exam 3 Tuesday, November 16th at 8:00 PM in EE129 30 10.3 p 220 1, 4abcdefghijk, 5, 7bcdefgh, 8cd, 9, 10, 11b (Write a word sentence to ans quest.) 31 10.4 p 225 1, 2, 3, 4a (Follow instructions for part c.), 6 (Use 7 numbers: create an add table and a mult table and also list all 11 prop with ex.) Read pp 225-226, section 10.5. 32 11.1 p 231 2bc, 3b, 7c, 8, 11cfij, 12, 14, 16bc, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21(Show arithmetic for each number until you find the next perfect number.) 33 11.2 p 237 1, 3f, 4bc, 7bdf, 8de, 9, 10dg, 11cd, 12cd, 13, 14bcd 34 11.3 p 246 1bd, 2bc, 4, 6de, 10, 11, 13ce, 14ce, 16, 20, 21c: 84 47×, 24b 35 11.4 p 253 4, 7bc, 8cd, 11, 13, 17(change 385 to 495), 19, 23cde, 27fghi, 28df, 30 Read pp 256-257, sect 11.5. Purdue web page:


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