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Module 3, Lesson 1

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• Lesson 1 Problem Set
#1-5, 11-14, 17, 18

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Closing:
1.) We found that we can use any order, any grouping of terms in a
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Module 3 lesson 1

  1. 1. Module 3 Lesson 1.notebook January 02, 2014 Module 3, Lesson 1 HW: • Lesson 1 Problem Set #1-5, 11-14, 17, 18 AIM: Generating Equivalent Expressions Do Now: Distribute new module packet. 1
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  11. 11. Module 3 Lesson 1.notebook January 02, 2014 Closing: 1.) We found that we can use any order, any grouping of terms in a sum, or of factors in a product. Why? 2.) Can we use any order, any grouping when subtracting expressions? Explain. 3.) Why can't we use any order, any grouping in addition and multiplication at the same time? 11
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