assignment-expert: The first point rotates about the origin with period t = 2*pi tracing out a circle. The second point rotates about the first with a frequency three times that of the first and the third point rotates about the second with a frequency five times that of the second or fifteen times that of the first. The locus generated by the points as they travel around the circle creates the image you see below.When the frequency multipliers are odd integers you get a locus that is…
Suppose you have the set of integers from 1 to 19. How would you represent the set of odd numbers within that range and the set of prime numbers within that range? Can you think of an easy way to represent the union and intersection of those two different sets of numbers? #CK12 #VennDiagrams
Zero is an even number. In other words, zero's parity—the quality of an integer being even or odd—is even. It fits the definition of "even" as an integer multiple of 2, namely 0 × 2. As a result, zero has all the properties of even numbers: 0 is divisible by 2, 0 is surrounded on both sides by odd numbers, 0 is the sum of an integer (0) with itself, and a set of 0 objects can be split into two equal sets (example pictured).
This is a 30 page Smartboard lesson covering consecutive integers. The words consecutive and integers are first defined and then the lesson explains how to set these problems up. After several practice pages the lesson progresses to consecutive odd or consecutive even integers.