# 'Numbers 0' presentation slideshows

## Integers and the Number Line

Integers and the Number Line. Bob Guilbert. Constructing a Number Line. A number line is drawn by choosing a starting position, usually 0, and marking off equal distance from that point.

By daniel_millan
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## Lesson 5

Lesson 5. Ordering Rational Numbers. Putting numbers in order is easy!. Sometimes, you need to compare and order rational numbers. If the numbers are in different forms, you will need to put them into the same form before you can start to compare them.

By jacob
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## Arrays: Matrix Renamed

Arrays: Matrix Renamed. Instructor: Mainak Chaudhuri mainakc@cse.iitk.ac.in. Arrays. Till now we are able to declare and initialize few variables Reality: need to compute on a large amount of data Arrays are data structures that can hold a series of values Just a new name for matrix

By locke
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## Dolutegravir Modelling Working Group

Modelling the population-level benefits and risks of using dolutegravir in first-line therapy for women and adolescent girls of child bearing potential (WCP).

By cleatus
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## Turtle Graphics

Turtle Graphics. Victor Norman CS104 Calvin College. Reading Quiz. Counts toward your grade. Quick Introduction to Objects. You have to instantiate the object, making a variable refer to it: turt = turtle.Turtle () You call (or "invoke") methods on it: turt.forward (10)

By amelie
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## More on Array

More on Array. Lecture 13. Copying Arrays. Often, in a program, you need to duplicate an array or a part of an array. In such cases you could attempt to use the assignment statement (=), as follows: list2 = list1;. Assigning one array variable to another array variable actually copies one

By wolfe
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## CSC 222: Computer Programming II Spring 2004

CSC 222: Computer Programming II Spring 2004. vectors <vector> library, templated advantages over arrays: const-reference parameters growable vectors (push_back & size). Array disadvantages. size must be determined at compile-time can't prompt the user for the size, then create it

By arich
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## Set theory for teachers

Set theory for teachers. MA118 Summer 2008 McAllister. Background of set theory. Georg Cantor (1845-1918). Big component of ‘new math’ curriculums that were pervasive in 60’s and early 70’s. The most fundamental of concepts upon which all of mathematics is grounded

By patch
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## WALT : Recognise numbers from 0 to 31 and say how old I am Spanish

¿ Cuántos años tienes ?. WALT : Recognise numbers from 0 to 31 and say how old I am Spanish. WILF: To be able to write & understand numbers up to 31 to get a Level 2 To be able to use these numbers to say how old I am to get a Level 3.

By zarola
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## EXAMPLE 1

5. Graph the real numbers – and 3 on a number line. 4. 5. Note that – = –1.25 . Use a calculator to approximate 3 to the nearest tenth:. 4. 3 1.7 . (The symbol means is approximately equal to.). 5. So, graph – between –2 and –1 , and graph 3 between

By cheri
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## JTextArea

JTextArea. formatting text areas. Using JTextArea. JTextArea class is found in the javax.swing package. Creates an text area that can process the escape formatting of \n and \t. Can be used in showInputDialog and showMessageDialog methods taking the place of the String output parameter.

By hua
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## Types in Java

Types in Java. 8 Primitive Types byte, short, int, long float, double boolean Char Also some Object types: e.g. “String” But only single items. What if we want to store lots of items – e.g. midsem marks?. Arrays. Arrays are data structures that can hold a series of values

By yehuda
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## Section 1.1

Section 1.1. Real Numbers and Number Operations. Real numbers can be pictured on a number line. Different types of real numbers. Whole numbers: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 … Integers:...-3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3 … Rational numbers: ¾, ½, (Terminating or repeating decimals)

By neviah
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## Warm-up problem:

Warm-up problem:. Identify the place values of the following numbers and write them in word form :. 357,240,169,392,302.01 825,392,102,113,882.09 382,133,284,382,222.13.

By urielle-rodriquez
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## Turtle Graphics

Turtle Graphics. Victor Norman CS104 Calvin College. Reading Quiz. Counts toward your grade. Quick Introduction to Objects. You have to instantiate the object, making a variable refer to it: turt = turtle.Turtle () You call (or "invoke") methods on it: turt.forward (10)

By dolan-poole
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## Rounding Numbers

Rounding Numbers. 660. 630. 600. 700. 74. 77. 70. 80. Today we will round numbers. 6.C.2.a Determine the reasonableness of sums and differences. Maryland Student Technology Standard: 3.A.1.a

By zeus-hampton
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## Numbers 0 to 5

Numbers 0 to 5. 0. 4. 1. 2. 3. 5. 0. 4. 1. 2. ?. 5. What number is missing?. 6. 3. 2. Way to go!. 0. 4. 1. 2. 3. 5. 3 was the missing number. next. Nice try. 3 was the missing number. 0. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 0. 4. 1. 2. 3. ?. What number is missing?. 5. 2. S.

By hillary-knowles
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## Section 1.1 Objectives

Section 1.1 Objectives. Give the meaning of digits in standard notation. Convert from standard notation to expanded notation. Convert between standard notation and word names. Example. Write a word name for 123. Solution: _______________________________________. PLACE-VALUE CHART.

By chanda-olsen
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## 2.1 Notes

2.1 Notes. Whole Numbers – 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, … Integers - …-3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, …. Rational Numbers – a number wher e a and b are integers and Examples:. Opposite – Two numbers that are on opposite sides of 0 but the same distance from 0 Example: 4 and -4 are opposites.