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Early algebra ideas about binomial expansion, Stephanie's interview seven of seven, Clip 4 of 7: Investigating numerical and algebraic representations for each case for the number of Unifix-cube towers 4-tall selecting from red and yellow cubes.

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Stephanie (student)
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Harding Elementary School (Kenilworth, N.J.)
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Mathematics education
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Learning, Psychology of--Case studies
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Critical thinking in children--New Jersey--Case studies
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Manipulatives (Education)--Case studies
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6-8
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Algebra
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Problem solving
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Reasoning and proof
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8
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Algebra
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Binomial expansion
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Unifix cubes
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In the fourth clip in a series of seven from the seventh of seven interviews, 8th grader Stephanie and researcher Carolyn Maher investigate how to numerically represent the number of Unifix towers for n = 4 cubes tall, selecting from red and yellow cubes, for each case from r = 0 red cubes to r = 4 red cubes. Maher poses questions about the algebraic representation for each case and how it might be generalized for n = 5 and n = 6. Researcher Donna Weir is observing.

The problems posed to Stephanie are:
How might you use the same reasoning (building from towers with exactly one red cube) that produced Unifix-cube towers with two red cubes, when selecting from red and yellow cubes, to determine the number of towers 4-tall with exactly 3 cubes? How would you represent this numerically and algebraically?
How could you use this reasoning to represent numerically the number of towers 4-tall with four red cubes?
Given the single tower with no red cubes, how could you represent numerically the number of towers with exactly one red cube?
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Transcript and student work are also available
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Robert B. Davis Institute for Learning. (1996). Early algebra ideas about binomial expansion, Stephanie's interview seven of seven, Clip 4 of 7: Investigating numerical and algebraic representations for each case for the number of Unifix-cube towers 4-tall selecting from red and yellow cubes. [video]. Retrieved from
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Carolyn Alexander
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Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey
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M. Donna
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1996-04-17
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A case study: the development of Stephanie's algebraic reasoning / by Eman Y. Aboelnaga.
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Ed.D. dissertation references the video footage that includes Early Algebra ideas about binomial expansion, Stephanie's interview seven of seven, Clip 4 of 7: Investigating numerical and algebraic representations for each case for the number of Unifix-cube towers 4-tall selecting from red and yellow cubes.
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2009-11-03
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