**Activity 1**

Observe the following and complete the activity that follows:

*example 1*

*example 2*

*example 3*

*example 4*

*example 5*

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*example 6*

**Activity 2**

What did you observe about the above examples? Do they have something in common and related to mathematics?

**Question:**

Are there other types of mathematical patterns ?

Do a brief research and post your findings.

Use the

**Linoit**to identify other types of numbers or patterns in the world

**Activity 3**

**Activity 1 Problem solving heuristics**

Here is a simple
Mathematical problem.

There are 28 students in
your classroom.

On Valentine's Day, every student gives a valentine to each of
the other students.

How many valentines are
exchanged?

**Question:**

What are the Mathematical Heuristics that you think will be suitable to solve the above problem?

There are patterns in all of the above. All of these involve numbers or representations of numbers.

ReplyDeleteUse Formula n(n-1) as each student will give 27 valentines

ReplyDeleteAddition - Add 27 28 times ( 27 x 28 )

These two are the simplest methods

The answer is 756