Here they all are, apart from associative, as it belongs to algebra.
Commutative, distributive, illustrative-ly
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Here they all are, apart from associative, as it belongs to algebra.
Filed under abstract, arithmetic, language in math, operations, teaching
Tagged as abstract, arithmetic, common core, confusion, properties
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Oh, those are nice animations for illustrating the laws.
How do you do the animations?
The square grids I did in PAINT
I loaded them into Picture-It 10, added text, and used select and move or rotate for the movements. At the same time I had the free Screencast-o-matic to grab a video, saved it and then used the free Imgflip animated GIF to extract a .gif file, which works in the browser. A bit tedious! and very crude, but I didn’t spend a penny.
So simple, yet so powerful.
Awesome animation illustrating the concept very elegantly I would say.