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Manipulatives for square roots

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Description:  Helping students understand square roots visually when they're not dealing with perfect squares.
Level:  Eighth Grade, High School (9-12)
Math topic:  Algebra, Rational/Irrational Numbers
Ed. topic:  Visualizations, Specific Math Concepts/Techniques

Original Question/Response
16 May 04   Manipulatives for square roots by Paul Burgmayer
16 May 04   Re: Manipulatives for square roots by Suzanne A.
16 May 04   Re: Manipulatives for square roots by Paul Burgmayer
16 May 04   Re: Manipulatives for square roots by Suzanne A.
16 May 04   Re: Manipulatives for square roots by Paul Burgmayer
16 May 04   Re: Manipulatives for square roots by Jeanne
17 May 04   Re: Manipulatives for square roots by Suzanne A.
17 May 04   Thank you by Paul Burgmayer

Public Discussion
20 Oct 05   I found out a secret, a big discovery, should i let it out? by Andrew
24 May 06        Re: I found out a secret, a big discovery, should i let it out? by Randy
25 Jun 06        Re: I found out a secret, a big discovery, should i let it out? by Rhyanna
20 Oct 05   ANSWER ME! by Andrew L.
13 Aug 07        Re: ANSWER ME! by Will
03 Jun 04        Re: Manipulatives for square roots by Suzanne A.
20 Oct 05            Re: Re: Manipulatives for square roots by Andrew L.
15 Dec 05                Re: Re: Re: Manipulatives for square roots by Peggy

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