This lesson focuses on finding ONE-HALF of a given number and also ties in this concept with the process of DOUBLING.
We start out by using visual models to find half of 12, half of 14, and half of 48.
Then, I show how finding the double of a number is the OPPOSITE of finding half of a number.
Lastly we solve some word problems. A ready-made doubles chart helps us with that.
Check out also my other math videos at http://www.mathmammoth.com/videos
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