Squares, Cubes, Roots
"Learning experiences come when people are actively engaged in designing things, creating things, and inventing things - expressing themselves" (dmlcentral.net). In this activity you are asked to do just that! Use your creativity to produce some interesting representations of squares and cubes and understand why the root of a cube (or "cube root"!) of 8 multilink cubes is 2 cubes long. Below is a video showing...
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