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While technology advances with lightning speed, stagnant math performance in schools shortchanges our students' future and endangers our prosperity and our nation's security. Following these methods, some have created problems that lack essential information or make no sense whatsoever. Teachers of all the different subjects taught in that particular grade work together as a team to design curriculum, instruction methods, and assessment around a preselected theme. Lesson 108 from Connecting Math Concepts Level B is provided.

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Publisher: Castle Rock Research Corp. (January 1, 2014)

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