3 THINGS THAT WE LEARN IN
MATHEMATICS:
 Conceptual – cardinality
 Procedural – procedures in doing math sums
 Conventional – things that need to be exposed to, for example, rote counting
PROBLEM
OF THE DAY:
Problem 9: Addition of 2 digits
numbers to form 2 digits number answer.
We created our digit cards from 0 to
9. We have to use the number cards that we have to form addition sums. It was
fun and required much thinking. After manipulating with our digit cards, here
are some observations that we have found:
The digit
“0” can only be used in the sum.
The digit
“9” can only be used in the ones place.
The largest
number that we can have the answer of is 98.
The smallest
number that we can have the answer is 39.
Problem 11: What are the different
ways to share a piece of rectangular chocolate equally among 4 persons?
Similar shapes:
Rectangles














Triangles
Different shapes
















I was really amazed that there are
actually so many ways that we can share a rectangular chocolate among 4
persons.
That’s all for today~~
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