This Infinite Decimals lesson plan also includes:
Can you support the argument that the decimal 0.99999 ... is equivalent to the number one? The seventh installment in this 25-part module gives convincing support for this conclusion. Pupils write infinite decimals using powers of 10. They then graph these decimals on expanded number lines.
- Ask your classes to share and explain their answers to help them practice the new vocabulary
- Form human number lines to practice placement of infinite decimals
- Individuals must be familiar with powers of 10 and expanded number lines
- Includes a set of problems for independent practice
- The teacher guide provides questioning suggestions and helpful explanations