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**Thinking About Division**

Two students show helpful ways to think about a simple division problem.

**Before you watch, ask yourself these questions:**

- Is knowing the answer to a math problem (even something as simple as 2 + 7) the same as knowing what the problem is asking? Why or why not?
- What is a problem like 21 divided by 4 asking for? Try to explain it in words, not a number answer.
- What does it mean when a division problem has a remainder?

**Multiplying Fractions**

Two students explain how to visualize a fraction multiplication problem.

**Before you watch, ask yourself these questions:**

- What does it look like to multiply fractions, like two-thirds times one-fifth?
- When could visualizing fractions help you to double check your work and when would it be too difficult to use?
- After you finish multiplying two fractions, what should you always check for before saying the problem is done?

**Order of Operations**

Mr. Petty and three students talk about Order of Operations. They also work out some examples and learn from their mistakes, practicing their best growth mindset skills.

**Before you watch, ask yourself these questions:**

- Why would it be a problem if we didn't have an order of operations?
- What is the correct Order of Operations and what's a good way to remember it?
- What is the left to right rule?
- Why do you think mistakes in math can be a good thing when you're learning math?

**Identifying Interior, Exterior and Corresponding Angles**

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**How to graph a line using a T-Chart**

**Finding the Slope of a Line Using Two Points**