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Topic: In favor of teaching "dot notation"
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 Robert Hansen Posts: 11,345 From: Florida Registered: 6/22/09
Re: In favor of teaching "dot notation"
Posted: Oct 17, 2012 7:49 PM
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On Oct 17, 2012, at 5:38 PM, kirby urner <kirby.urner@gmail.com> wrote:

> For example, if you're "2", a member of the set Z (integers) then your blueprint / template includes circuitry / a recipe for "adding".

And the sum of 12, 63.4, 10 and 56 would be?

How about 3 * (4 + 2) - 16 / (7 + 1)?

How do you handle units? Like 12 miles or 14 hours?

How do you show a rational function between polynomials, such that a student can see it and simplify it or factor it?

Bob Hansen

Date Subject Author
10/7/12 kirby urner
10/13/12 Joe Niederberger
10/15/12 kirby urner
10/13/12 Joe Niederberger
10/16/12 Joe Niederberger
10/16/12 kirby urner
10/17/12 Joe Niederberger
10/17/12 Paul A. Tanner III
10/17/12 kirby urner
10/17/12 Joe Niederberger
10/17/12 kirby urner
10/17/12 Paul A. Tanner III
10/17/12 kirby urner
10/17/12 Robert Hansen
10/17/12 Louis Talman
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10/18/12 Louis Talman
10/18/12 Robert Hansen
10/18/12 kirby urner
10/17/12 Joe Niederberger
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10/19/12 Joe Niederberger
10/19/12 Robert Hansen
10/19/12 Joe Niederberger
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10/19/12 Joe Niederberger
10/20/12 kirby urner