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homework consecutive sums negative.docx

Cooking with Mathmaster Chef (Day 2 of 4)

Unit 4: Operations with Integers
Lesson 2 of 24

Big Idea: Students will see the relationship between integers and operations and will use multiple equivalent methods.

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Math, Integers, Number Sense and Operations, Operations and Expressions, temperature model, number line, multiple methods, conceptual development
54 minutes

Erica Burnison

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