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Go Math! 1-1 Place Value and Patterns
 

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Go Math! 1-1 Place Value and Patterns Go Math! 1-1 Place Value and Patterns Presentation Transcript

  • Lesson 1.1Go Math - Place Value and Patterns
  • Show What You KnowCheck yourunderstandingof importantskills...
  • Vocabulary Builder
  • Vocabulary Builderfactor
  • Vocabulary Builder factormultiply
  • Vocabulary Builder factormultiply product
  • Vocabulary Builder factormultiply quotient product
  • Vocabulary Builder factor estimatemultiply quotient product
  • Vocabulary Builder factor estimatemultiply place quotient value product
  • Vocabulary Builder
  • period Vocabulary Builder
  • period numerical expression Vocabulary Builder
  • period numerical expressioninverse operation Vocabulary Builder
  • period numerical expressioninverse operationDistributive Property Vocabulary Builder
  • period numerical expressioninverse operationDistributive Property exponent Vocabulary Builder
  • Daily Routine
  • Daily Routine
  • Using iTools
  • Using iToolsHow do yourecognizemultiplesof 10?
  • Using iToolsHow do yourecognizemultiplesof 10?How do yourecognizemultiplesof 100?
  • Investigate
  • How many of thesmall cubes wouldit take to make 1 long?Investigate
  • How many of the small cubes would10 it take to make 1 long? Investigate
  • How many of the small cubes would10 it take to make 1 long?10 Investigate
  • How many of the small cubes would10 it take to make 1 long?10 10 Investigate
  • How many of the small cubes would10 it take to make 1 long?10 10110 Investigate
  • How many of the small cubes would10 it take to make 1 long?10 10110 1 10 Investigate
  • How many of the small cubes would10 it take to make 1 long?10 10110 1 10 1 10 Investigate
  • 3000
  • 3000 30
  • 3000 30For the number 10, how many more zeroes arethere in the “10 times as much as” column?
  • 3000 30For the number 10, how many more zeroes arethere in the “10 times as much as” column? 100
  • 3000 30 For the number 10, how many more zeroes are there in the “10 times as much as” column? 100How many fewer zeros are there in the “1/10 of”column?
  • 3000 30 For the number 10, how many more zeroes are there in the “10 times as much as” column? 100 1How many fewer zeros are there in the “1/10 of”column?
  • 3000 30 For the number 10, how many more zeroes are there in the “10 times as much as” column? 100 1 700How many fewer zeros are there in the “1/10 of”column?
  • 3000 30 For the number 10, how many more zeroes are there in the “10 times as much as” column? 100 1 700 7How many fewer zeros are there in the “1/10 of”column?
  • 3000 30 For the number 10, how many more zeroes are there in the “10 times as much as” column? 100 1 700 7 90,000How many fewer zeros are there in the “1/10 of”column?
  • 3000 30 For the number 10, how many more zeroes are there in the “10 times as much as” column? 100 1 700 7 90,000 900How many fewer zeros are there in the “1/10 of”column?
  • Practice
  • MathTalk
  • MathTalk
  • MathTalk 400
  • MathTalk 400
  • MathTalk 4000 400
  • MathTalk 4000 400Describe the relationshipbet ween 400 and 4000?
  • MathTalk 4000 400Describe the relationshipbet ween 400 and 4000?
  • MathTalk 4000 400Describe the relationshipbet ween 400 and 4000?
  • MathTalk 4000 400Describe the relationshipbet ween 400 and 4000? Describe the relationship bet ween 4000 and 400?
  • MathTalk 4000 400Describe the relationshipbet ween 400 and 4000? Describe the relationship bet ween 4000 and 400?
  • MathTalk 4000 400Describe the relationshipbet ween 400 and 4000? Describe the relationship bet ween 4000 and 400?
  • Practice