Using KenKen to Build Reasoning Skills

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Through KenKen puzzles, students can explore parity, counting, subsets, and various problem-solving strategies.

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Contributor Notes

Harold B. Reiter, hbreiter@uncc.edu, teaches mathematics at the University of North carolina charlotte.

John Thornton, pertamution@aol.com, completed his PhD at clemson University and taught at the Naval Postgraduate school in Monterey, california.

G. Patrick Vennebush, patrick.vennebush@verizon.net, is the director of mathematics for Discovery education, where he is leading the development of a digital mathematics techbook.

(Corresponding author is Reiter hbreiter@uncc.edu)(Corresponding author is Thornton pertamution@aol.com)(Corresponding author is Vennebush patrick.vennebush@verizon.net)
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