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Divisibility Rule for 4 and 5

Unit 3: Divisibility Rules
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: SWBAT discover the divisibility rule for 4 and 5.

Big Idea: Using calculators allows students to experiment and to discover patterns, in this case resulting in a divisibility rule for the number 4.

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