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Teaching percents

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Description:  Using number lines to teach the concept of percent.
Level:  Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)
Math topic:  Fractions/Decimals/Percents
Ed. topic:  Specific Math Concepts/Techniques

Original Question/Response
18 Mar 98   Teaching percents by Judy Jackson
19 Mar 98   Re: Teaching percents by Claudia

Public Discussion
30 Nov 98   teaching percents by erica
17 Dec 98   percents by ray
25 Feb 99   Foolproof way to learn percentages by Becky
31 Oct 00        Re: Foolproof way to learn percentages by Mike
27 Feb 02        Re: Foolproof way to learn percentages by Susie Davis
17 Feb 03        Re: Foolproof way to learn percentages by Kim Lay
11 Sep 03        Re: Foolproof way to learn percentages by mb
23 Oct 03        Re: Foolproof way to learn percentages by Sherry
23 Oct 03        Re: Foolproof way to learn percentages by Karen Folger
15 Jan 04        Re: Foolproof way to learn percentages by Barb
15 Jan 04            Re: Re: Foolproof way to learn percentages by Loyd
05 Feb 04        Re: Foolproof way to learn percentages by Judy Benoit Milner
14 May 05        Your "Foolproof way to learn percentages" revised. Thank you! by pat
24 Oct 09            Re: Your by sylvia
28 Nov 06   What persentage of something makes something? by Berrin Cerit
20 Jun 09   understanding percents by randy
18 Jan 11        Re: understanding percents by ginardo napoli
30 Nov 98        Re: Teaching percents by Jamie

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