class1 - (cases) 1x7=7 2x7=14 3x7=21 4x7=28...

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Natural numbers/counting numbers : 1,2,3,…(ellipsis) Divisibility – c is divisible by d if d divides c without a remainder Even numbers : natural numbers divisible by 2 Odd numbers : natural numbers not divisible by 2 Pattern recognition : Odd+even=odd 9+4=13, 13+6=19, 31+4=35 Odd+odd=even 3+7=10, 9+3=12, 31+33=64, 101+103=104 Inductive reasoning – arriving at a general conclusion using some specific examples
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Unformatted text preview: (cases) 1x7=7 2x7=14 3x7=21 4x7=28 hypothesis/conjecture a prediction based on specific examples cases countexample a test case that contradict a hypothesis (8n+16 /8)-2 understand the problem devise a plan/method to solve the problem carry out the method to solve the problem check your result...
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2011 for the course MATH 101 taught by Professor Mr.osian during the Spring '11 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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