FOR A PATTERN
There are many
different ways to solve problems and one way is Looking For A Pattern. This
fairly easy to use. You can look for a pattern in number problems, and word problems.
Now I will teach you how to look for patterns in number problem form. Take this series of
numbers for example: 8,3,10,5,12,7,14,9,ect. You are subtracting five and then adding
seven. do you see that pattern? If you do or don't try and find the pattern in this
series of numbers and then click on the answer in blue that you think is correct.
Now that you have gotten the hang of
using looking for a pattern in number form, I am going to teach you how to look for
patterns in word form. In most word problems you can use the same ideas to solve using,
Looking For A Pattern.Now here's an example that you might get on a homework assignment.
During their first year of life
swordfish increases in weight at a regular rate. A swordfish weighed 14 pounds at the age
of one month and 28 pounds at the age of 2 months. What was its weight at the age of 6
Now that you you have solved two
examples using the strategy Looking For A Pattern I hope it will be easier for you to
solve problems that you must look for a pattern in! BYE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
SORRY, TRY AGAIN!