CT5.03 – Base 8 and Base 9

Octonary? Really? It's just Octal, also known as Base 8. Nanonary is Base 9.

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Description

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We have to start somehwere. We did start with Base 10. Let's work our way back from there.

In this lesson student will practice doing base number conversions from Base 10 (decimal) to Base 8 (Octal) and oh, while we are on the subject, Base 9 (Nanonary).

We will Base 8 coming in handy in the internet conversation and IP addresses which are stored in octets.  


A Summary

Minimum Grade Best for students 4th grade and up
Complexity Level Medium
Length 20 minutes / Class
Subject Area Base 10, Base 8 and Base 9

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."