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Number Cube Example on writing a conclusion.

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We looked at a Number Cube Activity to support learning Nature of Science. This modeled what a finished product could look like when answering the question, "What's on the bottom of the cube?"

We looked at a Number Cube Activity to support learning Nature of Science. This modeled what a finished product could look like when answering the question, "What's on the bottom of the cube?"

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  • 1. What’s on the bottom of the cube? Observations Look through my observations below. ★If you have the same observation written in your notebook, place a checkmark beside it. ★ If you don’t have one listed, add it to the observations My Conclusion: My claim: (inference) is in red. Evidence in black. Reasoning in blue. The bottom of the cube is a 2 that is dark. I noticed that only even numbered sides are dark. I observed 3 light colored sides and 2 dark colored sides. So, if the number is even, it should be dark. That would also make it an equal number of dark and light numbers. Also, I noticed the pattern that there were all numbers 1-6, except 2 and that opposite sides added up to 7. If the top is 5, then the bottom would have to be a two to add up to seven. It’s a cube, 6 faces 5 is on top. The cube says top Numbers 1,3, 4, 5, and 6 are visible 1, 3, and 5 are light colored Numbers 4 and 6 are dark colored All numbers that are light are odd All numbers that are dark or even. Opposite sides that I see add up to 7 4 + 3 = 7 1 + 6 = 7 Tape is holding the sides together Cube is taped to a purple plate 2 sides are dark and 3 sides are light.

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