# LessonDescription:

On Monday, we did a warmup where we reviewed order of operations. We then proceeded to go over the basic rules of multiples and the definitions, we also went over them on a number line which stretched across the classroom.  During cool down we got the opportunity to organize out binders which was much needed. For homework that day, if we hadn’t completed our worksheet during class.

On Tuesday, we made a list of factor pairs on a worksheet that Sylvia handed out. We proceeded to classwork where we made a list of multiple patterns and hung them on the walls. For homework we must complete the multiple exploration assignment. It is due on Thursday 12/3.

On Wednesday, we reviewed our integer multiplication. For classwork we did Divisibility Rules. We also worked on problems 1.2.3-3.2.4. Lastly we did Brag sheet, remember, they are used for Sylvia to measure how you’re doing by taking your views of how you did into account so be truthful in how good you were. Our homework is to do Divisibility and Multiples on Alcumus. It is due on Tuesday 12/8.

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# What to Do at Home:

11/30-12/1: Complete Multiple Exploration

12/2-12/3: Complete Multiple Exploration [You can find a copy here on google drive. Do questions #4-8. You do not need to explain a “yes” answer, but please give a counterexample to explain a “no” answer. – Sylvia]

12/3-12/8: On Alcumus do Multiples and Divisibility

## Notice: This will be updated throughout the week, keep in check with it.

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## 6 thoughts on “Math 1: Week of 11/30”

1. B says:

On Monday, we did a warmup where we reviewed order of operations.
On Tuesday, we made a list of factor pairs on a worksheet that Sylvia handed out.

2. rollypolly says:

factor are the most improtant consept we learned this week

3. If you know multiple rules it will make life a whole lot easer because you can predict the outcome of numbers.

4. Zike says:

We learned that a factor is a number that fits evenly into a multiple, which is a number that can be divided by the number that is called the factor, which must be an integer, to get a whole number as your result.