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DescriptionThis is the second of seven clips from the night session. In it, Jeff, Michael, and Romina, along with Ankur (who has just arrived), use the analogy they call “people on a line” to investigate...

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DescriptionDuring this clip, the students discuss a task that had been posed by Erik: If I call the blue rod one, what rod will I call one half? A lively discussion centering on the definition of one half...

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DescriptionIn the second clip in a series of nine from the first of seven interviews focusing on Early Algebraic Ideas about the binomial expansion, researcher, Carolyn A. Maher, asks Stephanie, an 8th grade...

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DescriptionIn the first clip in a series of nine from the first of seven interviews in which 8th grade Stephanie explores Early Algebraic Ideas about Binomial Expansion, the researcher, Carolyn A. Maher, asks a...

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DescriptionIn the third clip in a series of nine from the first of seven interviews focusing on Early Algebraic Ideas about the binomial expansion, Stephanie, an 8th grade student, reviews her conclusions about...

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DescriptionIn the fourth clip in a series of nine from the first of seven interviews focusing on Early Algebraic Ideas about the binomial expansion, researcher Carolyn Maher asks Stephanie to focus on the...

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DescriptionIn the first clip in a series of six from the second of seven interviews in which 8th grade Stephanie explores Early Algebraic Ideas about Binomial Expansion, the researcher, Carolyn A. Maher, asks...

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Date Created1992-02-07

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TitleNight session, Pascal's identity, clip 3 of 7: further explorations of factorials and combinations

DescriptionThis is the third of seven clips from the night session. The four students (Ankur, Jeff, Michael, and Romina) investigate the reason for dividing n! by (n-x)! and x! when calculating “n choose...

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Date Created2005-12-15

DescriptionIn the second of six clips from an after-school enrichment session in an urban middle school, Ariel, a 7th grade boy completing a unit about linear functions, continues his work on the Museum problem....