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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: What is an array?

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From: Janet Raney <duran@totcon.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2007110807:28:56
Subject: Re: what is an array?

An array is a representation of information in a row and column
arrangement.  When discussing multiplication of numbers--the array
forms a row and column pattern to represent the factors of a number. 

Students seem to acquire understanding of a concept quicker with an
example rather than a formal definitiion; however, providing the
definition with examples is effective teaching. 

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