## Reflection: Student Grouping Review of Complex Numbers - Section 1: Bell work

When I do the count off by 3, I have not guaranteed that each group has a student who can solve the problems. If I see a student that sometimes struggles who has problem 3 which is difficult for most students, I give that group problem 3. If I have a group that is only able to do problem 1 I want that group to share problem 1 so they can have security when they go to the board.

Student Grouping: Why chose the problem after the groups are working?

# Review of Complex Numbers

Unit 11: Vectors and Complex Numbers
Lesson 5 of 11

## Big Idea: How is a complex number in standard form similar to a vector in unit vector form?

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Math, Precalculus and Calculus, complex numbers, Operation of complex numbers, Graphing Complex Numbers, moduli
40 minutes

### Katharine Sparks

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