# Study sets matching "numeracy"

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Factor

multiple

square root

square number

a number that divides exactly into another number

the product of a given number and a natural number

a number that when multiplied by itself equals a given number

The product of a number multiplied by itself.

Factor

a number that divides exactly into another number

multiple

the product of a given number and a natural number

factor

square root

square number

product

a number that divides exactly into another number

a number that when multiplied by itself equals a given number

The product of a number multiplied by itself.

The answer to a multiplication problem

factor

a number that divides exactly into another number

square root

a number that when multiplied by itself equals a given number

factor

square root

square number

product

a number that divides exactly into another number

a number that when multiplied by itself equals a given number

The product of a number multiplied by itself.

The answer to a multiplication problem

factor

a number that divides exactly into another number

square root

a number that when multiplied by itself equals a given number

Place value system

Subitizing

Distance effect

Size effect

A system of writing numbers in which the quantity is determine…

The capacity to enumerate an exact quantity of objects without…

It is harder to decide which of two numbers is larger when the…

It is easier to state which number is larger when the numbers…

Place value system

A system of writing numbers in which the quantity is determine…

Subitizing

The capacity to enumerate an exact quantity of objects without…

digits

place value

standard form

expanded form

symbols 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, used to write numbers

the value the place a digit has in a number

a number written with only its digits

number written as the sum of the value of its digits

digits

symbols 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, used to write numbers

place value

the value the place a digit has in a number

Permutations and Combinations

Algebraic Equivalence

Randomness

Stochastic Processes (Poisson, Markov,…

The mathematics of permutations and combinations leads us to u…

The introduction of algebra allowed us to demonstrate mathemat…

Though the human brain has trouble comprehending it, much of t…

A stochastic process is a random statistical process and encom…

Permutations and Combinations

The mathematics of permutations and combinations leads us to u…

Algebraic Equivalence

The introduction of algebra allowed us to demonstrate mathemat…

Mean

Mode

Median

Range

Average of a number of different amounts... - ADD up the amounts…

In a set of scores, values or numbers, the mode is the one tha…

A type of average. The middle value of an ordered set of score…

From the lowest score to the highest score.

Mean

Average of a number of different amounts... - ADD up the amounts…

Mode

In a set of scores, values or numbers, the mode is the one tha…

they played two drum beats and noted th…

10m infants could sihabituate to equali…

Simon et al (1995) argued that this cou…

Analogue Magnitude Representation (Dehe…

How did Starkey, Spelke & Gelman (1983) illustrate a cross-mod…

What did Cooper (1984)'s experiment with arrays show?

Wynn (1992) indicated that 5mo infants can perform simple addi…

the way we deal with bigger numbers and smaller numbers is dif…

they played two drum beats and noted th…

How did Starkey, Spelke & Gelman (1983) illustrate a cross-mod…

10m infants could sihabituate to equali…

What did Cooper (1984)'s experiment with arrays show?

A = 14... B = 15... C = 16... Total = 45

average

ratio

s x t = d

average = 15

3 people... find total... divide by original number... = average... -----…

you got the total ... the ratios ... ex. t = 32... r = 3:2... add = total…

speed has to be same unit as distance

A = 14... B = 15... C = 16... Total = 45

average = 15

average

3 people... find total... divide by original number... = average... -----…

natural number

whole number

Integers (Z)

rational numbers (Q)

Any number greater than zero ... (N)

Any number that is zero and above... (W)

Whole numbers with signs in front of them ( includes 0 without…

Fractions or decimals with an end

natural number

Any number greater than zero ... (N)

whole number

Any number that is zero and above... (W)

Permutations and Combinations

Algebraic Equivalence

Randomness

Stochastic Processes (Poisson, Markov,…

The mathematics of permutations and combinations leads us to u…

The introduction of algebra allowed us to demonstrate mathemat…

Though the human brain has trouble comprehending it, much of t…

A stochastic process is a random statistical process and encom…

Permutations and Combinations

The mathematics of permutations and combinations leads us to u…

Algebraic Equivalence

The introduction of algebra allowed us to demonstrate mathemat…

BEDMAS

Removing Double Signs (Adding and Subtr…

Removing double signs (Multiplying)

Rational Number

Brackets, exponents, division, multiplication, addition, subtr…

(+)(+)=+, (-)(-)=+, (-)(+)=-

Opposite signs- Answer is negative ... Same signs-answer is posit…

When a number can be written in the form n/m, where n and m ar…

BEDMAS

Brackets, exponents, division, multiplication, addition, subtr…

Removing Double Signs (Adding and Subtr…

(+)(+)=+, (-)(-)=+, (-)(+)=-

factor

square root

square number

product

a number that divides exactly into another number

a number that when multiplied by itself equals a given number

The product of a number multiplied by itself.

The answer to a multiplication problem

factor

a number that divides exactly into another number

square root

a number that when multiplied by itself equals a given number

In vitro

suspensions

Solutions

DIlution factor

artificial environment

non-homogenous = mix od substances that eventually separate in…

homogenous = mix of substances that remain stable indefinitely

final volume / original volume

In vitro

artificial environment

suspensions

non-homogenous = mix od substances that eventually separate in…

Numerical Methods

Equations of one variable, f(x)=0

Interpolation

Linear piecewise interpolations

Engineers often need to undertake calculations based on equati…

-Newton's method for solution x to f(x)=0 ... -Improved iteration…

Fitting a curve so as to pass through a series of points

-Fits straight line segments between adjacent points ... -Advanta…

Numerical Methods

Engineers often need to undertake calculations based on equati…

Equations of one variable, f(x)=0

-Newton's method for solution x to f(x)=0 ... -Improved iteration…

Permutations & Combinations

Algebraic Equivalence

Randomness

Stochastic Processes (Random walk)

The mathematics of permutations and combinations leads us to u…

The introduction of algebra allowed us to demonstrate mathemat…

Randomness bias is the natural tendency to see patterns in ran…

stochastic process is a random statistical process and encompa…

Permutations & Combinations

The mathematics of permutations and combinations leads us to u…

Algebraic Equivalence

The introduction of algebra allowed us to demonstrate mathemat…

Permutations and Combinations

Algebraic Equivalence

Randomness

Stochastic Processes (Poisson, Markov,…

The mathematics of permutations and combinations leads us to u…

The introduction of algebra allowed us to demonstrate mathemat…

Though the human brain has trouble comprehending it, much of t…

A stochastic process is a random statistical process and encom…

Permutations and Combinations

The mathematics of permutations and combinations leads us to u…

Algebraic Equivalence

The introduction of algebra allowed us to demonstrate mathemat…

Rule #1 to determine how many significa…

Rule #2 to determine how many significa…

Rule #3 to determine how many significa…

How many significant figures does 0.005…

Non-zero digits are always significant.

Any zeros between two significant digits are significant.

A final zero or trailing zeros in the decimal portion ONLY are…

3

Rule #1 to determine how many significa…

Non-zero digits are always significant.

Rule #2 to determine how many significa…

Any zeros between two significant digits are significant.