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Algebraic Thinking: Generalizations, Patterns, and Functions

This activity contains 17 questions.

Question 1.
Using physical materials versus paper and pencil activities in patterning activities

 
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Question 2.
The first thing to do with patterns in the upper to middle grades is to get student comfortable

 
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Question 3.
When teaching about growing patterns, students should be encouraged to do all of the following EXCEPT

 
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Question 4.
The recursive relationship of a pattern implies

 
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Question 5.
The different ways to look at the relationships in a function include all of the following EXCEPT

 
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Question 6.
Which of the following is used as a symbol that represents a number or set of numbers?

 
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Question 7.
Which is a true statement concerning a linear function?

 
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Question 8.
All of the following statements are true about equations EXCEPT

 
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Question 9.
Patterning activities should involve some physical materials.

   
 
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Question 10.
The length of the core plays a significant role in the prediction of an element in the pattern.

   
 
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Question 11.
In 3B + 7 = A -- B, the equal sign means the quantity on the left is the same as the quantity on the right.

   
 
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Question 12.
Function concepts should be integrated throughout the middle school program rather than taught through a specialized algebra course.

   
 
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Question 13.
When connecting the different representations of a function, it is most important to see that each of the representations illustrates the same relationships.

   
 
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Question 14.
Functional relationships can be explored as early as first grade.

   
 
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Question 15.
Functional relationships can be explored as early as the fifth or sixth grade.

   
 
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Question 16.



 
To create paragraphs in your essay response, type <p> at the beginning of the paragraph, and </p> at the end.

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Question 17.



 
To create paragraphs in your essay response, type <p> at the beginning of the paragraph, and </p> at the end.

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