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Sometimes numbers just don't obey. Take for instance calculating the hours of the day and the days of the week. Sometimes they just don't work like other numbers. Why? Because they have limits. Unlike regular numbers which go to infinity they have a beginning and an end: a clock has 60 minutes and a day has 24 hours. That's it.

# Open Ended Integer Worksheets

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Basic Lesson
Demonstrates how to look for multiple methods of operations to arrive at the same answer.
Standard: MATH 1
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Intermediate Lesson
Shows students how to tackle open ended integer word problems.
Standard: MATH 1
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Independent Practice 1
Contains 20 open ended integer problems. Answer keys are provided below.
Standard: MATH 1
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Independent Practice 2
Features 20 open ended integer operation word problems.
Standard: MATH 1
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Open Ended Integer Problems Homework
Features 12 problems that are great for working on at home. Provides a full example.
Standard: MATH 1
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Open Ended Integer Problems Quiz
10 open ended Integer questions. Scoring matrix is provided.

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Answers for both Lessons and Independent Practice worksheets.
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Answers for the homework worksheet and quiz.
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The History of Calculators
The very first calculator was a Pascaline adding and subtracting machine created by Pascal in 1642.
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10 Tips for New Math Teachers
Starting out as a new teacher can be intimidating and even frightening.
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