by Gyrobot, published
Does not give you the answer, but tells you if you are correct via a balanced seesaw.
Also helpful in science, understanding leverage, fulcrums, moments and gravity.
Fun and interactive.
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Braille would be great, but the student could also count the knobs from the center. I could use it as is with my low vision students as they could get close and see the numbers or count the knobs as well.
Hi, I'm not sure on a Replicator, took me about 1.5 hours to print on an Orca 0.43. Does this need to be re-mixed with numbers in Braille?
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I printed 20 red counters, you can print as many as you want, best to make the counters solid infill too so they have more of an effect on the beam.
Q. How many 7's in 28?
A. Put counters totalling 28 on one side (good for addition) and find out how many counters you need to put on the other side's 7 peg to make the seesaw balance.
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