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King's Chessboard

Unit 1: Getting Started
Lesson 8 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to review multi-digit addition and reason abstractly and quantitatively.

Big Idea: If a number is doubled everyday for 64 days will it be in the hundreds? Millions? Billions?

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Math, Statistics, Data collection / Organization / Display, Literacy in Math, Critical Area, Developing Rigor
  45 minutes
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