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Item 1. Write down your prediction. Then vote. Fill in the blank with either >, < =. Item 1. Discuss and write down your group&#039;s explanation. Fill in the blank with either >, < =. Item 1. Many children will choose “ < ”. Why?.

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  • The correct answer is >. Why?>Because the divisor in this case is less than 1. For example, 20 > 20.Suppose you have 20 chocolate bars. If each child gets of a bar, then one bar can be shared by 4 children. So 20 bars can be shared by 80 children. 80 > 20. Item 1

  • Is the following inequality always true, sometimes true, or never true? N is a natural number: N < N Item 2Always True (AT)Sometimes True (ST)Never True (NT)If N is a natural number, then N can take any of these values: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, . Write down your prediction. Then vote.

  • Item 2 Discuss and write down your group's explanation. Is the following inequality always true, sometimes true, or never true? N is a natural number: N < N Always True (AT)Sometimes True (ST)Never True (NT)If N is a natural number, then N can take any of these values: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, .

  • N is a natural number: N < N Many children will choose NT. Why?Because they think multiplication makes bigger.For example, 6 10 < 10 is false (In this case, N = 10). 6 10 = 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 = 60.Item 2So 6 times 10 makes 10 bigger.

  • N is a natural number: N < N The correct answer is AT. Why?Item 2Suppose N = 10.

  • N is a natural number: N < N The correct answer is AT. Why?Item 2Suppose N = 10.

  • N is a natural number: N < N The correct answer is AT. Why?Item 2Suppose N = 10. 10 10
  • N is a natural number: N < N The correct answer is AT. Why?Item 2In general, N N
  • Is the following inequality always true, sometimes true, or never true? N is a natural number:N > Item 3Always True (AT)Sometimes True (ST)Never True (NT)Note: If N is a natural number, then N can take any of these values: 1, 2, 3, 4, . Write down your prediction. Then vote.

  • Item 3 Discuss and write down your group's explanation. Is the following inequality always true, sometimes true, or never true? N is a natural number:N > Always True (AT)Sometimes True (ST)Never True (NT)Note: If N is a natural number, then N can take any of these values: 1, 2, 3, 4, .

  • N is a natural number: Note: If N is a natural number, then N can take any of these values: 1, 2, 3, 4, . Many children will choose AT. Why?N > Item 3

  • N is a natural number: The correct answer is ST. Why?N > The correct inequality is Item 3Note: If N is a natural number, then N can take any of these values: 1, 2, 3, 4, .

  • Is the following inequality always true, sometimes true, or never true? N is a natural number:Item 4N < N Always True (AT)Sometimes True (ST)Never True (NT)Write down your prediction. Then vote.

  • Item 4 Discuss and write down your group's explanation. Is the following inequality always true, sometimes true, or never true? N is a natural number:N < N Always True (AT)Sometimes True (ST)Never True (NT)

  • N is a natural number: Many children will choose AT. Why?Because they think division makes smaller.Item 4N < N

  • N is a natural number:Item 4N < N The correct answer is NT. Why?Suppose N = 1.

  • N is a natural number:Item 4N < N The correct answer is NT. Why?Suppose N = 1.Answer:

  • N is a natural number:Item 4N < N The correct answer is NT. Why?> N > 1

  • N is a natural number:Item 4N < N Dividing a number by a proper fraction makes the number ______.The correct inequality is larger> N > 1 The correct answer is NT. Why?

  • Is the following inequality always true, sometimes true, or never true? N is a natural number:Item 5 N < N Always True (AT)Sometimes True (ST)Never True (NT)Write down your prediction. Then vote.

  • Item 5 Discuss and write down your group's explanation. Is the following inequality always true, sometimes true, or never true? N is a natural number: N < N Always True (AT)Sometimes True (ST)Never True (NT)

  • N is a natural number: Some children will choose NT. Why?Because they think multiplication makes bigger.Item 5 N < N Other children will choose AT. Why?Because they think a fraction times a number makes it smaller.The correct answer is _____NT . Why?

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