GED/HiSET Lesson Plan Day 36/67, Public Legal Education, and Converting Expressions

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Converting one set of symbols into another, as with translating between languages, or  converting between exponents,  fractions, decimals, and percents, Day 36/67, Five Month GED, circles, and triangles

conversion chart Eight different forms to express the equivalent quantity

relies on decomposing numbers into their various parts, just as we can decompose shapes into various parts.

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Triangles relate especially well to circles, even if it may not be evident at first glance, while,

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understanding both mathematical logic and how to apply social and evidential logic to situations and ideas,

and finding updated and accurate information,

are all crucial in the democratic process.  Free access to Public Legal Education, as part of Phase I’s Public Financial Knowledge Infrastructure section, in Project Do Better, is an integral part of these sets of learning needed for all adults, and the project has several free…

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