HOW TO INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF SUCCESS IN A
MATHEMATICS CLASS
Remember that you are responsible for your own learning. The time to worry about
the hole you are in is at the beginning of the semester, when there is still time to avoid
the hole altogether
MATH 20063
MATHEMATICS FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS II
ASSIGNMENTS, UNIT 2
SPRING 2013
PLANNED EXAM DATES
EXAM 2
March 20
EXAM 3
April 19
FINAL EXAM
May 08
NOTE: Boxed problems are to be handed in at the beginning of the next class meeting. Remember to be s
MATH 20063
MATH FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS II
ASSIGNMENTS, UNIT I
SPRING 2013
TENTATIVE EXAM DATES
EXAM 1
February 13
EXAM 2
March 20
EXAM 3
April 19
FINAL EXAM
May 8
NOTE: Boxed problems are due at the beginning of the next class meeting. Remember to be
MATH 20063
CHAPTER 10 EXAMPLES AND DEFINITIONS
Section 10.1 Systems of Measurement
It can be helpful to have an everyday approximate equivalent to units of measure.
These are called benchmarks. Some benchmarks for customary units:
1 inch diameter of a qua
MATH 20063
MATH FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS II
SPRING 2012
ANSWERS TO SELECTED EVEN PROBLEMS, PART I
Section
Problems/Answers
[ask instructor about solutions that involve drawings]
8.1
(6a) Cylinder, hemisphere, cone; also triangles, line segments, angles,
MATH 20063
TOPICS IN MODERN MATHEMATICS
SPRING 2013
ANSWERS TO SELECTED EVEN PROBLEMS, UNIT 2
Section
Problems/Answers
10.1
(26) d
10.2
(18) 8 ; 8/3 ; 6 ; 4
10.3
10.4
[ask instructor about solutions that involve drawings]
(36) a drop from an eye dropper
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MATH 20063 CHAPTER 8 EXAMPLES AND DEFINITIONS
Section 8.1
PART 1: Point§,_lines, & planes
Undefined terms: abstractions that we use without a purely mathematical, precise
definition, but can only attempt to describe. Point, space, line, and plane are
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