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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: Math connections to real life

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From: Bill <barcher@shelton.wednet.edu>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2000062017:51:44
Subject: Re: Re: Math connections to real life


Something else for eleven...the number of different notes in an
octave. A scale contains 7 different notes (the eighth is an octave
above the first), but if you count all the half-steps (eg. all the
white and black notes on a piano), there are eleven different notes.

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