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Factor Pair Block (plus Gameboard ) will help prepare students for a unit on factoring. You can mix addition with subtraction, and multiplication with division. Reduce the number of problems on worksheets for independent practice. Critics, including parents who remember the way they learned math in school, worry the standards are throwing out proven computational techniques in favor of overly complex methods. This is what college "core" mathematics should be. Civic engagement, college student identity development, indigenous higher education, comparative higher education access policies.

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