CT5.05 – Base 3 and Base 4

Base 3 - trinary, ternary Base 4 -quaternary

  • 29 December
    20 minutes (Multiple time slots)
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    Wed 29 Dec 08:00 HST - Wed 29 Dec 08:20 HST
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    Session 2
    Wed 29 Dec 10:00 HST - Wed 29 Dec 10:20 HST
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    Session 3
    Wed 29 Dec 13:00 HST - Wed 29 Dec 13:20 HST
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    Session 4
    Wed 29 Dec 15:00 HST - Wed 29 Dec 15:20 HST
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  • 05 January
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    Wed 05 Jan 08:00 HST - Wed 05 Jan 08:20 HST
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    Wed 05 Jan 10:00 HST - Wed 05 Jan 10:20 HST
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    Session 3
    Wed 05 Jan 13:00 HST - Wed 05 Jan 13:20 HST
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    Wed 05 Jan 15:00 HST - Wed 05 Jan 15:20 HST
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  • 12 January
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    Wed 12 Jan 08:00 HST - Wed 12 Jan 08:20 HST
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    Session 2
    Wed 12 Jan 10:00 HST - Wed 12 Jan 10:20 HST
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    Session 3
    Wed 12 Jan 13:00 HST - Wed 12 Jan 13:20 HST
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    Session 4
    Wed 12 Jan 15:00 HST - Wed 12 Jan 15:20 HST
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  • 19 January
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    Wed 19 Jan 08:00 HST - Wed 19 Jan 08:20 HST
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    Wed 19 Jan 10:00 HST - Wed 19 Jan 10:20 HST
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    Session 3
    Wed 19 Jan 13:00 HST - Wed 19 Jan 13:20 HST
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    Session 4
    Wed 19 Jan 15:00 HST - Wed 19 Jan 15:20 HST
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Description

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We are getting closer and closer to Base2, binary. Ternary operations can be used in computing to represent the state of a circuit as being either on, off or open meaning no connection. Base 4, is not the most popular of the number systems but often use with a base16 system because of the multiples of 4. 


A Summary

Minimum Grade Best for students 4th grade and up
Complexity Level Medium
Length 20 minutes / Class
Subject Area Base 3, Base 4

Target Audience

4th Grade

Students need to be pretty good at counting for this lesson.

They should know 0 to 9, all their tens, hundreds, thousands, millions.

This concept can be a little foreign to students in 2nd and 3rd Grade. It CAN be understood by some but not all. Use your discrection. If you have a student that is a wiz at numbers, then this class might just be for them.


Testing?

YES.  Just like most of our micro-lessons there will be a test after this lesson.

The entire class is 20 minutes long. 15 minutes will be devoted to material mixed with tests and games. The remaining 5 minutes for testing or retesting.

You will do great. Don't worry. You can always retest again if you aren't able to achieve 80% or better the first time around."