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One, Some, or None: Finding Beauty in Ambiguity

Robert Berkman 

March 2006, Volume 11, Issue 7, Page 324

Abstract:
An activity where children develop reasoning skills by using mathematical clues to decide whether there is one, more than one, or no solutions to a problem. Example "clues" for several grade levels and topics are included.

Keywords:
Article
Grades 6-8
Communication
Games / Puzzles
Linearity
Linear Inequalities
Teacher
Manipulatives
Reasoning and Proof
Shapes