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I learned a lot while learning Module 1. And I can't believe I learned all of this in this small amount of time. And now I'm going to tell you what I learned.
I learned about bar and line graphs. Like how you do and line graph when your graphing something over a period of time, and you do a bar graph when you are graphing data from a survey.
I learned how to do theoretical and experimental probability. I learned even more about probability then I did last year. I also learned how to make a frequency table with tallies. We even did a project with frequency tables and probability. I did the project with NRAL. We put 100 M&Ms in a paper bag and pulled out an M&M 200 times. For each color we picked out we put a tally on the frequency table under that color.
I also learned number tricks. They were so fun they were my favorite part of Module 1. We would start out with any number we wanted and follow the steps and if you u did a different number it would come out the same every time.
I learned how to to use letters in a equation like this T=3N+5. That went a long with finding out the next pattern term. That was fun too.
I also learned exponents, but I didn't like it. It was my least favorite part of Module 1. Because I don't like multiplying things so many times.
The last thing I learned was the order of operations. It goes parentheses, exponents, multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction. It's also known as “PEMDAS.” I did well in that.
I can't believe I learned so much in that small amount of time!:)