Natalie Rutherford

Natalie Rutherford

Natalie Rutherford
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A little maths humour based on the Fibonacci sequence 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21...

A little maths humour based on the Fibonacci sequence 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21...

Haha... this fits my math lesson for tomorrow so well... have to add it to my ppt in the morning....

Haha... this fits my math lesson for tomorrow so well... have to add it to my ppt in the morning....

Math humor. This was pretty funny and if you need help with counting money, head to 8LineSupply where we have a number of different coin an dmoney county solutions: http://www.8linesupply.com/c/coin-money-counting-solutions.html

Math humor. This was pretty funny and if you need help with counting money, head to 8LineSupply where we have a number of different coin an dmoney county solutions: http://www.8linesupply.com/c/coin-money-counting-solutions.html

**FREEBIE!** Algebra students connect what they already know about finding areas of shapes to finding "areas" of rectangles, triangles and circles with monomial side lengths. In this activity, students find the areas of rectangles, triangles and circles by multiplying terms with exponents, practicing "exponent times exponent" and "exponent to an exponent". Includes answer key.

**FREEBIE!** Algebra students connect what they already know about finding areas of shapes to finding "areas" of rectangles, triangles and circles with monomial side lengths. In this activity, students find the areas of rectangles, triangles and circles by multiplying terms with exponents, practicing "exponent times exponent" and "exponent to an exponent". Includes answer key.