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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: Algebra and the # symbol

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From: CHERRISH <WILLIS_S@SBCGLOBAL.NET>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2006042400:38:18
Subject: MATH

	I DO NOT KNOW THE NAME OF #, BUT # REPRESENTS "NUMBER".

   EX.  #4 OR #10.

IT APPEARS THAT IF # REPRESENTS A FUNCTION BETWEEN a AND b, THEN
IF a#b=3a+2b, then 5#6 is as follows (using substitution):

          a#b=3a+2b,
                 a     b
          5#6=(3*5)+(2*6)
             =(15)+(12)
             = 27

 IS THIS CORRECT ?

 CHERRISH G. WILLIS-STUBBS  6TH GRADE

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