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CheckPoint: Ch. 4
MTH 156 Math for Elementary Teachers I
Course Syllabus Page 17 MTH/156
 Resources: Equation Editor and NCTM Principles and Standards
 Due Date: Day 5 [Individual forum]
 Complete the following exercises using the Equation Editor.
 Post the Word document, showing your work and answers, as an attachment.
 Review the NCTM Principles and Standards at http://standards.nctm.org/document/index.htm
 Include your response to the following question with your checkpoint. What are two standards that relate to the content addressed this week?
 Discuss the ways in which this series of problems meets the standards.
Text Section
Page Numbers
Exercises
Section 4.1
Pg. 217-221
24, 32, 46, 84
Section 4.2
Pg. 241-244
12 , 26, 34
Chapter 4 Review
Pg. 245
1-20 (all even-numbered questions)
CheckPoint: Ch. 4
MTH 156 Math for Elementary Teachers I
Course Syllabus Page 17 MTH/156
 Resources: Equation Editor and NCTM Principles and Standards
 Due Date: Day 5 [Individual forum]
 Complete the following exercises using the Equation Editor.
 Post the Word document, showing your work and answers, as an attachment.
 Review the NCTM Principles and Standards at http://standards.nctm.org/document/index.htm
 Include your response to the following question with your checkpoint. What are two standards that relate to the content addressed this week?
 Discuss the ways in which this series of problems meets the standards.
Text Section
Page Numbers
Exercises
Section 4.1
Pg. 217-221
24, 32, 46, 84
Section 4.2
Pg. 241-244
12 , 26, 34
Chapter 4 Review
Pg. 245
1-20 (all even-numbered questions)

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# Week 5 Chapter 4 CheckPoint Complete the CheckPoint and post to your Individual Forum as an attachment.

Remember to put your name on the File and also to name the NCTM standards that this work is connected to for content. Name__________________________

Text Secti on
Section 4.1 Section 4.2 Chapter 4 Review

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Pg. 217221 Pg. 241244 Pg. 245 24, 32, 46, 84 12 , 26, 34

Exercises

1-20 (all even-numbered questions)

4.1

# 24

In Exercises 24, fill the omitted numbers in as many methods as possible so that the figure will be divisible by 6.

3120 3420 3720 3924 32

3222 3522 3822

3024 3324 3624

3126 3426 3726

3228 3528 3828

a. Incorrect, because there's no whole number n, in a way that 7n = 23 b. Incorrect, 24 is a multiple of 8, not a factor. c. Correct, 16 does divide 16, since 16 X 1 = 16. d. Incorrect, because there is no whole number n, in a way that 0 X n = 6. e. Correct, because there is a whole number, , in a way that 15 x 0 = 0. f. Incorrect, because there is no whole number n, in a way that 15 X n = 65. g. Correct, because n × n = n h. Correct, because if n is a whole number, there's a whole
3 2 5 2 number n, in a way that n × n = n

39.154.51. 26 1078 = 1.11.7. 4.195.539.. Think about 12. Name__________________________ 46 a.2 12 51.49. Because 12 divides the number N. Every other number is a multiple of 4 and therefore is divisible by 4.221.Week 5 Chapter 4 CheckPoint Complete the CheckPoint and post to your Individual Forum as an attachment.663. Both 2 and 4 are factors of 12 and therefore divide 12 however 8 isn't a factor of 12. 98. Therefore 6 is a factor of N and 6 divides N. 4.3215 . Think about the set of non-zero even numbers up to 100: S = 2.1105.3.65.14. and then N = 12 × Y. Remember to put your name on the File and also to name the NCTM standards that this work is connected to for content. 100. Incorrect. Correct.255. 17017 ÷ 7 = 2431. 96.22.17. Incorrect. etc. d. So 51.85.77. However N = 6 × (2 × Y). b.2.5.13. Both 4 and 6 divide 12 however 24 isn't a factor of 12. . Correct.1078 3315 = 1. c.. 84 Divisibility and multiples assist with finding the GCF and LCM of fractions making the simplifying of fractions easier. Y some natural number.051 ÷ 3 =17017.15. 6.051= 3 × 7 × 11 × 13 × 17. Therefore one half of the set is divisible by 4.

6. It's divisible by 3 and 17.60. 97 is prime. Remember to put your name on the File and also to name the NCTM standards that this work is connected to for content.Week 5 Chapter 4 CheckPoint Complete the CheckPoint and post to your Individual Forum as an attachment.90 2 Because. 2 and 4 both divide 12 however 8 doesn't divide 12. 841 = 29 by the Factor Test Theorem we just need to test factors under 29. b.2. It's not divisible by any prime below 10. Incorrect. each enhanced . Name__________________________ 34 18=18. 4 A) Only when its units digit is . 3 divides 24 however 9 doesn't. 10 4 48= 2 ⋅ 3 Because the product of the exponents. If 10 divides n.54. 223 is prime. It isn't divisible by any prime under 15. 143 isn't prime. d. b. c. 8 a.90 30=30.4. It's divisible by 11 and 13. Correct. Incorrect. 51 isn't prime.or 8 B) Only when the sum of its digit is divisible by 3 C) Only when the figure represented by its final 2 numbers is divisible by 4 D) Only when its units digit is a or a 5 E) Only when it is divisible by both 2 and 3 6 a. Therefore 5 is a factor of n and therefore divides n.36. in that case n = 10(a) = 5(2)(a). c.72.

26). 2. Name__________________________ by 1. 4. 13.. 24) do not. 2.Week 5 Chapter 4 CheckPoint Complete the CheckPoint and post to your Individual Forum as an attachment. 120. 10(1. 18(1. 16 Reasons will change. 3. For example. 192. 4. 18). however not by 8. 2. 6. A number divisible by one of them isn't always divisible by the other. The lowest element of the junction of these sets is the LCM. 9(1. Remember to put your name on the File and also to name the NCTM standards that this work is connected to for content.. A prospect is: we observe that 2 and 3 are relatively prime. 64. 8). and 33(1.. . 12 a. is 5 X 2.. 48 has 10 factors. The set of multiples of 24 is {24. 192. 3. 168. 18 8(1. 11. Conversely. All numbers which are the product of 2 primes will have this feature.} The set of multiples of 32 is {32. 5). any number divisible by 4 is always divisible by 2 since 2 is a part of 4. 5. 160. and 24(1. 4. think about 12. The numbers 5(1. 33) all have 4 factors. It's divisible by both 2 and 3 and even by 6. 5. 9). Two more numbers with the feature of having 4 factors are: 21(1. 6. 21) and 55(1. 96. 16). and GCF = 3. The two prime factorizations are 24 = 2 × 2 × 2 × 3 and 32 = 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 × 2. 48. 2. and then 60 X GCF=180. 72. 2. It's divisible by both 2 and 4. 8. 9.. 144. 128. The LCM is 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 × 3 = 96. 15(1. 5. }. 16(1. 3. 96. 10). 11. 3. 7. 55). 12. b.b)=ab . 15). 26(1. . or 10. Because GCF (a. 14 The GCF of the numbers is 3. 20 . 3.b) X LCM(a. 96. 3.

multiples. . Remember to put your name on the File and also to name the NCTM standards that this work is connected to for content. prime factorization and relatively prime numbers to solve problems. composing and decomposing numbers.Week 5 Chapter 4 CheckPoint Complete the CheckPoint and post to your Individual Forum as an attachment. Name__________________________ The utilization of factors. Relating.

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