The Secondary Classroom can be fun too.....: Basic Factoring Notes

Ah yes, factoring. How my kids (for some reason) dislike thee.) This term, for some reason, my classes hav.

Review Game - Factoring Battle Royale! Factor Face Off http://addtheexponents.blogspot.com

The past few days we have been working on factoring strategies - perfect square trinomials, greatest common factor, difference of squares, .

What I don't understand the last part << It's a math thing. The square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the other two sides of the triangle, which is what the story was about (making a play on words).

What I don't understand the last part<<< The square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the other two sides, it’s a math joke

Am I the only one who thought her hair was her face for a second, and thought she was some sort of freaky sci-fi monster?

Metaxas and male heroes only please

Funny pictures about No one understands men. Oh, and cool pics about No one understands men. Also, No one understands men.

And, let's be real, most of the questions you asked them had nothing at all to do with the subject matter. | 23 Defining Traits Of Your Favorite Teacher

And, let's be real, most of the questions you asked them had nothing at all to do with the subject matter.

Patrick: Is Mayonnaise an instrument? Squidward: No patrick, mayonnaise is not an instrument. *patrick raises hand* Squidward: horse radish is not an instrument either. Oh patrick.

A 1000 year old magic square called "Chautisa Yantra" at Parshvanath Jain temple in Khajuraho, India. Chautisa means 34 - this magic square sums up to 34. In this magic square each row, column, diagonal, 2x2 sub-square, the corners of each 3x3 and 4x4 square, the two sets of four symmetrical numbers (1+11+16+6 and 2+12+15+5), and the sum of the middle two entries of the two outer columns and rows (12+1+6+15 and 2+16+11+5) This is a MOST PERFECT MAGIC SQUARE of the order 4x4.

A 1000 year old magic square called "Chautisa Yantra" at Parshvanath Jain temple in Khajuraho, India.

Includes: Notes with examples! Sheet including perfect squares and cubes 40 factoring problems (5 GCF only, 5 difference of two squares, 5 trinomials when a = 1, 5 trinomials when a ≠ 1, 2 factoring by grouping, 3 prime, 5 perfect square trinomials, 5 combo problems, and 5 sum and difference of cubes) An error

Error Analysis of Factoring Polynomials

Includes: 15 Pythagorean Theorem problems with an error in each which the student needs to find and then solve correctly Color and B& copies Cooperative Groups Instructions Answer sheet Worked Out Answer key Created by:

11 Super Math Tricks (One from the list: When multiplying a two digit number by 11, the result is always first digit of the number, sum of the two numbers, last digit. Example: 11 x 18 is 198. 11 x 32 is 352. If the sum of the digits comes out greater than nine, add one to the first digit. 11 x 78 is 858.)

Rational number: Any number that can be made by dividing one integer by another. The word comes from "ratio". Real number:Positive or negative, large or small, whole numbers or decimal numbers are all Real Numbers. They are not imaginary.

February 20, 2014's obsession of the day is PATRICK STAR!!!!!! O////O I love his so dumb, and cute....awkward too -shakes head- Oh Patrick ^^

February obsession of the day is PATRICK STAR! O////O I love his so dumb, and cute.awkward too -shakes head- Oh Patrick ^^

Simple worksheet for subitizing to a sum of 5. Students can use 2 colored paper squares, markers, bingo dobbers, or anything else to create 2 sets that equal 5. They write their number sentence out to the side to show their sets. Aligned to CCSS.

Simple worksheet for subitizing to a sum of Students can use 2 colored paper squares, markers, bingo dobbers, or anything else to create 2 sets that equal They write their number sentence out to the side to show their sets. Aligned to CCSS.

Riddle... Riddle me this! (bahaha math jokes)

Riddle... Riddle me this!

I need this shirt for school for those who don't speak math: i 8 sum pi or I ate some pie . and it was delicious!

Bart: The sum of the square roots of any two sides of an isosceles triangle is equal to the square root of the remaining side. Lisa: That's not right. Bart: Yes, it is. They're my lines as the Scarecrow in "The Wizard of Oz". (puts on his straw hat)

Bart: The sum of the square roots of any two sides of an isosceles triangle is equal to the square root of the remaining side. Bart: Yes, it is. They're my lines as the Scarecrow in "The Wizard of Oz". (puts on his straw hat)

Coconut Gelatin Squares were one of my favourite sweet treats from childhood dim sum memories. It must have been the early sign of m...

Coconut Gelatin Squares were one of my favourite sweet treats from childhood dim sum memories. It must have been the early sign of m.

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