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Math connections to real life

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From: amy luciana
To: Teacher2Teacher Service
Date: Apr 23, 2000 at 00:40:53
Subject: Math connections to real life

I need help in finding everyday items that come in sets.  For example,
sneakers and socks come in two's, Pudding and Yogurt come in sets of four,
eggs are found in a dozen, etc.  I need a list or references to find one
for things in sets of 2-12.  Thank you for any help!!!

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