Linking Factors and Multiples to Algebraic Reasoning

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  • 1 University of South Carolina, Columbia
  • 2 Lexington and Richland Counties

In this paper we illustrate how a task has the potential to provide students rich explorations in algebraic reasoning by thoughtfully connecting number concepts to corresponding conceptual underpinnings.

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The Ordering for the Holiday Party task is rooted in number and has the potential to give students rich explorations by aligning numerical procedures with conceptual underpinnings.

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