Unformatted text preview: the answer for any number of sheep in the line. 5. Is your method algebraic? Why or why not? 6. Work out the solutions for the blanks in the given table. 7. If Eric becomes more impatient and sneaks past 3 sheep at a time, explain how your rule will change. What will happen if Eric passes 4 sheep at a time? 10 sheep at a time? 8. If you know the number of sheep in front of Eric and the number of sheep he passes, describe how you could predict the answer. 9. There are many ways to represent a problem situation: Words Symbols Pictures Equation Graph Table Which representation(s) did you use? Why did you choose that representation(s)? Number of sheep in front of Eric Number of sheep shorn before Eric 37 296 1,000 7,695 13 21...
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2011 for the course MATH 2203 taught by Professor Mcanelly during the Fall '11 term at LSU.
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