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Teaching Fair Division in Discrete Math? Use these notes and included activity to teach The Method of Sealed Bids.
Classwork assignment from the
Excursions in Mathematics textbook (5th edition)
Before the end of class, students determine which piece of candy would be their fair share.

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This is a 32 multiple choice question final exam review for Discrete Mathematics. It is styled like the released Fall 2015 North Carolina MSL or Final Exam. I create it for my own student's so that they couldn't Google the answers. It covers all the standards that were addressed in the released v

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Save your precious time with these notes. Click print and spend the rest of your time focusing on your students. Discrete Math- Voting Theory - Intro, Plurality and The Borda Count Method Notes give detailed explanations of these counting methods making your lesson concise and clear. Get them today.

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Save your precious time with these notes. Click print and spend the rest of your time focusing on your students. Discrete Math - Voting Theory - Plurality with Elimination Notes give a detailed explanation of this method of counting votes. The graphics are a fun way to brighten up a very dry and "bo

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Discrete Math Notes
Fair Division Unit
Includes...
Divider Chooser Method
Lone Divider Method
Lone Chooser Method

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This unit explores the mathematics behind 5 Voting Methods. The unit includes Majority, Plurality, Borda Count, Pairwise Comparison, and Plurality with Elimination voting methods. Notes, activities, practice, and assessments included! The material is written on a level for students in grades 6 to 12

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Discrete mathematics, a subject usually not taught until college, is a great tool for teaching mathematical reasoning and logical argument. This guide allows you to interactively teach discrete mathematics concepts with minimal preparation. Use this enrichment math for a small group of students or t

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This is a quick synopsis (2 sided sheet) with all the formulas as well as some worked out examples of problems that appear frequently on the North Carolina Final Exam.
The information is neatly organized fashion with a little room at the bottom of the back page for students to add additional topics.

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Jeopardy Review on Digraphs and Scheduling. Has 30 different questions with answers. Lots of practice on identifying what points are adjacent to and incident to on a digraph, drawing digraphs, and figuring out what the in degree and the out degree are. Also there are questions related to scheduling,

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This is a graph theory lesson from Discrete Math on spanning trees, minimum weight spanning trees, Prim's Algorithm, and Kruskal's Algorithm for middle/high school/college students. Included: 2 sets of lesson slides (one on trees and spanning trees, the other on minimum weight spanning trees, Prim,

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This is a graph theory lesson from Discrete Math on families of graphs for middle/high school students. Included: lesson slides that introduce the idea of each type of graph, practice worksheet, and key. Types of graphs include wheel graphs, star graphs, complete graphs, cycle graphs, and bipartite

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These guided notes introduce students to the purpose of matrices. There are many real life examples on how a matrix can be used to organize and display information. Basics of matrices such as dimensions (order), elements, locations, transpose, row and column matrices, size and number of elements a

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This activity was designed to have students analyze step by step work to identify common errors when solving matrix equations. There are 6 problems with errors such as lost negative signs, taking inverses of matrices with determinants that equal zero, not following the correct order of operations.

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Hamilton Circuits & The Complete Graph

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This packet is intended for 5th grade students and teachers who are researching math concepts. The packet is a total of 19 pages and has a goal of setting up a student’s Math Journal at the beginning of the year. There are many tools in this packet that will allow students access to analyzing math

Week 12 of a series of weeks of daily math warm ups brought to you by Dino Might Duo!
Week 12 has a mini lesson on Euler Paths and Circuits. This lesson is aligned to discrete math standards covered by Iowa and Arizona.
It can be used as warm ups, reviews, mini lessons, or however you see fit! Ev

Data Analysis, Probability, and Discrete Math Tutorial & Practice Bundle
This bundle covers the most important middle school common core Algebra concepts in clear, concise lessons filled with definitions, explanations, and step-by-step examples.
This bundle contains 11 separate in-depth lesson

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This worksheet was designed for NC Discrete Math. It features problems related to matrix multiplication. Problems are designed to check students understanding of when it is possible to multiply matrices, the difference between scalar and matrix multiplication methods, and more. The preview shows

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This foldable is great for Simple and Compound Events that are independent and dependent. The inside features a bag of three different colors of marbles, black, white, and zebra. The four scenarios: Simple Independent, Simple Dependent, Compound Independent, and Compound Dependent, each relate to

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This worksheet features 20 problems that require students to:
Determine if the operations are possible and identify the size of the result (4 problems)
Basic operations addition, subtraction, scalar multiplication (4 problems)
Advanced operations adding, subtracting, scalar multiplying with variable

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Weighted averages tend to be a topic reserved just to education and grading. This quick self-teaching lesson and practice problems shows students how weighted averages can extended into their every day lives with barcodes. Barcodes are everywhere you look and believe it or not there is math behind t

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