MTH 201 (Sections 4 and 5) Exam 1 Review Sheet
Date and Place: Monday October 1st, during class time Review Session: Friday, Sept 28 during class time Exam 1 will cover the class notes, homework, quizzes, and the material from the class textbook (Par
COURSE
MTh 201
Elementary Mathematics for Teachers I
DATE
09/05/13
LESSON
1.4 SUBTRACTION
Subtraction
!
Denition 4.1  Subtraction is dened by missing
addends: 13  5 is the number that ts in the blank
72
minuend

5 + _ = 13
14
=
subtrahend
58
dierence
I
COURSE
MTH 201
Elementary Mathematics for Teachers I
DATE
08/29/13
LESSON
1.2 THE PLACE VALUE PROCESS
Organized Counting
!
How would you go about counting a bucket full of
blocks?
The (Base 10) Place
Value Process
1.Form bundles of 1, 10, 100, 1000, etc.
COURSE
MTH 201
Elementary Mathematics for Teachers I
DATE
08/29/13
LESSON
1.1 COUNTING
What is this class?
Prerequisites: Successful completion of MTH 103 or an equivalent course,
or exemption based on placement test score
Goals: MTH 201 is the first of a
MTH 201 004
Fall 2009
Name: 2
PID:
Exam 3
Solve the problems below, showing your work neatly in the space provided. No
calculators.
1. [10 pts] Prove algebraically that the sum of an odd number and an even number is
odd, clearly showing all steps
MTH 201004 Quiz 2 Fall 2009
NAME
PID
Do all problems (30 points total). Place your answers in the spaces provided. You must
show your work clearly in order to receive credit. No calculators allowed.
1. (3 pts) ln expanded form, 541 = {"3690 + 40
COURSE
MTH 201
Elementary Mathematics for Teachers I
DATE
09/10/13
LESSON
1.5 MULTIPLICATION
Review
Section 1.3 and section 1.4
Addition
!
Addition is the operation
that combines two
numbers, called the
addends or summands, to
form a third, called the
su
COURSE
MTH 201
Elementary Mathematics for Teachers I
DATE
09/10/13
LESSON
1.6 DIVISION
Two Interpretations of
Division
!
8 2
HOW MANY GROUPS?
HOW MANY IN EACH GROUP?
Division
Denition 6.1. Division is dened by missing factors:
the number 56 8 is the missi
Subtraction of Whole Numbers Interpretations & Related Word Problems Part Whole Interpretation
For this interpretation we are looking at the whole and at part of a set or measurement. We know what the whole is and we are trying to find a missing par
COURSE
MTH 201
Elementary Mathematics for Teachers I
DATE
10/15/13
LESSON
4.3 EXPONENTS
Exponential Notation
Exponential notation is a common way of
abbreviating repeated products.
We write:
2 22 2 = 2
n times
Examples:
5
2 = 32 2 = 256
8
n
Denition 3.1
COURSE
MTH 201
Elementary Mathematics for Teachers I
DATE
10/01/13
LESSON
3.4 LONG DIVISION BY 1DIGIT NUMBERS
Prerequisites for
Division
!
A good understanding of place value
!
A solid knowledge of the meaning of multiplication
and the basic multiplicati
COURSE
MTH 201
Elementary Mathematics for Teachers I
DATE
09/24/13
LESSON
3.2 THE SUBTRACTION ALGORITHM
Building Up Subtraction
!
The teaching sequence for the subtraction
algorithm is roughly the same as the addition
algorithm.
!
Largely determined by th
COURSE
MTH 201
Elementary
Mathematics for Teachers I
Review of Teachers
Solution Features
"
All given information is labeled on the picture and the
unknown labeled with a ? . The problem is clear from
the picture alone.
"
The computations are shown in a w
COURSE
MTH 201
Elementary Mathematics for Teachers I
DATE
09/17/13
LESSON
2.2 WORD PROBLEMS
Characteristics of Good
Word Problems
!
Short, Clear, and Succinct
!
Interesting
!
Realistic or Whimsical
!
Selfcontained with a single answer
UNDERSTANDABLE
SITU
Quiz 1. (Total 20 points) Sonpg Name:
Oct. 10, 2013 KW PID:
1. (2 pts.) Fill in the blank.
Estimation is done by judicious choosing approximations and rounding off. Round off in way
which makes the resulting computation QQSTET (24>?)
(or SYmple )
Quiz 1. (Total 20 points)
Sep. 12th, 2013
Name:
PID:
1. (Section 1.2, 4 pt.) Find (341)5 + (32)5 by adding in base 5. Do not convert to decimal
numerals.
Place Value of Base 5
Twentyfives
Fives
Ones
(341)5
3
4
1
3
2
2
3
(32)5
(341)5 + (32)5
4
Final answe
COURSE
MTH 201
Elementary Mathematics for Teachers I
DATE
09/12/13
LESSON
2.2 WORD PROBLEMS
Create a Word Problem
!
Get into new groups.
!
Finish this sentence, The three most important
characteristics for a good mathematics word
problem to have are.
!
C
Elementary
COURSE
DATE
Mathematics for Teachers I
MTH 201
09/12/13
LESSON
2.1 MENTAL MATH
Homework 2
"
EMT (Elementary Mathematics for Teachers), due
by Sep. 17th, 2013
"
Section 2.1: Do problems 3 and 5 (Try writing out
your strategy for at least two par