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Telling the Time. / primary one first lesson - '' ...... 'O ' clock '' Then basic arithmetic - we got lots of small wooden blocks as 'units ' to get our heads around how to count / then as progressed our abilities we got ever higher 'modules '  Tried to be on a higher 'module ' than the rest of class to show early intellect / looking back that was a mistake as then called 'swat ' but knew would make mum happy on parents night if did well / but if had time again ,would have slowed down more…

Telling the Time. / primary one first lesson - '' ...... 'O ' clock '' Then basic arithmetic - we got lots of small wooden blocks as 'units ' to get our heads around how to count / then as progressed our abilities we got ever higher 'modules ' Tried to be on a higher 'module ' than the rest of class to show early intellect / looking back that was a mistake as then called 'swat ' but knew would make mum happy on parents night if did well / but if had time again ,would have slowed down more…

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10th-arithmetic-progression-solves-questions by Akshay Fegade via Slideshare

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FIG. 13. A non-uniform grid, where cells increase in a proportional arithmetic progression, could be applied on (a) two rectangular surfaces with one common edge; (b) grid for receiving surface with N a 1⁄4 20 rows of cells; (c) two non-intersecting

FIG. 13. A non-uniform grid, where cells increase in a proportional arithmetic progression, could be applied on (a) two rectangular surfaces with one common edge; (b) grid for receiving surface with N a 1⁄4 20 rows of cells; (c) two non-intersecting

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