By Cynthia Sanvidge 04.19.02
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This doesn't really teach the student anything if you really think about it, you can just click and drag and get it right..
The student simplifies square roots involving the product of a numeric and variable term.
Learners examine magic squares of different sizes. A magic square is an array of numbers arranged in a square grid. The numbers in each row, column, or main diagonal add up to the same number.
Learners use math skills to perform a card trick and dice trick. This activity ends with the smallest magic square with a sum of 2014.