Need a different sort of assignment for a change of pace? Middle and high school students enjoy color by number worksheets. Maybe this is because they don't get to color much after elementary school? If you've never used this type of assignment before, give it a try! This activity consists of 11 word problems to be solved using the counting principle, permutation formula, or combination formula. It serves as a nice review.
Focus of Lesson: Calculate factorials and use the permutation formula. Teachers always need some routine practice for students. This twelve question worksheet will provide that or it can be used as a math center.
HCR’s Rank formula-2 can be applied to calculate the rank of any linear permutation when the repetition of the articles (like digits, letters & all other objects having different shape, size, colour & other aesthetic quality) is allowed.
Focus of Lesson: Calculate factorials and use the permutation formula. Another product, "Counting Principle, Permutation, Combination Word Problems (Close Reading)" focuses on applying formulas to word problems. Lesson: Use the PowerPoint presentation with layered animation accompanied by a whole class discussion. CCSS S-CP