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730 Daily Math Warm-ups
     

730 Daily Math Warm-ups

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by Hope Martin
 
This versatile, economical book gives you two intriguing math riddles for every day of the year. Each puzzle highlights an interesting person or event associated with that particular day. Students guess the year based on mathematical clues such as, "The square root of my tens digit is equal to my units digit." In solving the puzzles, students work with a wide range of

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This versatile, economical book gives you two intriguing math riddles for every day of the year. Each puzzle highlights an interesting person or event associated with that particular day. Students guess the year based on mathematical clues such as, "The square root of my tens digit is equal to my units digit." In solving the puzzles, students work with a wide range of math concepts and functions. They interpret quantitative clues, use context clues to problem solve, and connect abstract number theory to a fun activity.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780825128028
Publisher:
Walch Publishing
Publication date:
01/28/1996
Series:
Math Exercises Series
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
8.42(w) x 10.64(h) x 0.53(d)
Age Range:
14 - 18 Years

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730 Daily Math Warm-ups 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is an interesting way to start the day. Each date throughout the year has two math problems for students to work on in order to figure out the (famous) year involved. For example, if the desired answer is '1849' the 'clues' might be, 'My tens and units number is divisible by 7.' 'If you add the first two digits, you will equal the units digit.' 'The sum of all the digits will be 22.' The year itself is tied to a famous, or not so famous, historical event, so the students are also getting a dose of social studies. The only reason I didn't give it an unqualified five stars is because of the price. I think it is overpriced. Prospective buyers should try to find it used.