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Towers of Hanoi

Writing powers (Math 7) 
Java Applet 
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Solve the tower problem and test your theory by varying the number of disks.
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Exponents

Writing powers (Math 7) 
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This is a PowerPoint lesson on exponents designed with the middle schooler in mind. The lesson uses color, sound, and animation to effectively illustrate necessary concepts and procedures. An analog...
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Tower of Hanoi

Writing powers (Math 7) 
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The Tower of Hanoi puzzle was invented by the French mathematician Edouard Lucas in 1883. The goal is to move all the discs from the left peg to the right one. Try to move all the discs from one side...
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Tower of Hanoi

Writing powers (Math 7) 
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Solve the Tower of Hanoi problem with different levels and see an explanation of the recursion relationship involved.
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Exponents

Writing powers (Math 7) 
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The user learns some basic rules about exponents and how to write in scientific notation. After viewing some examples, users can interactively practice doing simple operations with exponents.
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Tower of Hanoi

Writing powers (Math 7) 
Java Applet 
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In this activity from Frisbie Middle School's Multicultural Math Fair students interact with an ageold exercise in finding a mathematical pattern.
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Tower of Hanoi  Suggested Sol...

Writing powers (Math 7) 
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A solution suggestion for the Tower of Hanoi problem.
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Ask Dr. Math: FAQ: Tower of Ha...

Writing powers (Math 7) 
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An explanation of a classic problem from the Ask Dr. Math Frequently Asked Questions files.
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