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## What are some math activities?

Here are some fun classroom math activities that will have your students begging to do more.

- Math Bingo. This math game is sure to become a fast favorite with your students.
- Make a paper plate clock.
- Guess the weight.
- Hopscotch math.
- Pizza fractions.
- ‘Lengthy’ scavenger hunt.
- Survey and graph.

## How do you read math symbols?

Basic Maths Symbols

- + plus sign / addition sign. The plus sign represents:
- – minus sign / subtraction sign. The minus sign represents:
- × times sign / multiplication sign. The times sign represents:
- ÷ OR / division sign. The division sign represents:
- = equals sign. The equals sign represents equality:
- < less than.
- > greater than.
- ≠ NOT equal to.

## Which side of triangle XYZ is the longest?

Angle Z in the given triangle is the largest angle and therefore, the side opposite to this angle is the longest side of the triangle. Hence, XY is the longest side in the given ΔXYZ.

## What is a 100 degree angle called?

An obtuse angle is a type of angle whose degree measurement is more than 90° but less than 180°. Examples of obtuse angles are: 100°, 120°, 140°, 160°, 170°, etc. ∠ PQR is an obtuse angle because it’s less than 180° and greater than 90°.

## What are the 3 reads?

The THREE READS protocol includes reading a math scenario three times with a different goal each time. The FIRST READ is to understand the context. The SECOND READ is to understand the mathematics. The THIRD READ is to generate a plan for solving the problem.

## What is another name for angle ABC?

The middle letter is called the VERTEX of the angle. The above angles are read “angle ABC” and “angle DEF.” This leads us to the second way we can name angles. (2) We can name angles by using the vertex. For example, ABC, can also be called angle B; the same applies to DEF (we can call angle DEF angle E).

## How is math used in reading?

Reading, writing, and mathematics are, or should be, inseparable. Hands-on mathematics can stimulate curiosity, engage student interest and build important prior knowledge before students read or write about the topic. The more students know about a topic, the better they comprehend and learn from text on the topic.

## What are the 3 things to read for when reading mathematics questions?

The first read is to understand the context. The second read is to understand the mathematics. The third read is to elicit inquiry questions based on the scenario.