Algorithms for Adding Integers

Unit 1: Rational Number Operations
Lesson 5 of 27

Objective: SWBAT evaluate integer sums using an algorithm

Big Idea: We've used number lines and counters to model sums. Now it's time to use the most efficient method for integer sums - the algorithm.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, adding integers, procedure, algorithm, rational numbers
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