### Raquel's Scribe Post For Squares

Okay, so in math class on November 20 2009, we corrected the pages we did for homework in the Math Links Homework Book.The pages were 24 & 25. We corrected it by doing factor trees.

So, all we did was do factor trees for each question to show our work. We also wanted to find the prime number so we can determine if it is a perfect square. For example 3 x 2 x 3 x 2. These 4 numbers are prime factors. It is a perfect square because if the prime numbers can go into a number evenly.

After all that, we started working on our FOLDABLES-

So, in class you should of done the labeling already and so, all we did was we folded the paper in half after that, you fold the sides into the middle which will make 4 sections.

So, it will look like this.

The next thing we did was that we opened the part where it says " What I Need To Work On " and we put lines on the top and bottom section. After we have done that all we did was with a ruler we marked 2 cm which should be marked evenly. Then mark each tick 1 - how much ticks you have. After that we put in the 5 perfect squares.

" one= 12, four= 22, nine= 32, sixteen= 42, twenty-five= 52 "

That's it for the foldable. Now for the homework

HOMEWORK-

All we had to do is make a perfect square was 2 tiles, 3 tiles, 4 tiles and 5 tiles.

THE END. THAT'S ALL WE DID ON NOVEMBER 20, 2009 FOR MATH CLASS. ANYWHO, THANKS FOR READING AND COMMENT PLEASE IF YOU DON'T I'LL FIND YOU. (:

## 5 comments:

Good job Raquel you explained everything very well and the pictures were very nice.

wooah, nice job rauqel, you explained the thing very goog, and your pictures are so neat and nice.

great job raquel. nice explanation and pictures

Good Job Raquel :D

I like how you explain stuff and I also like the pictures.. and it looks like you click the spell check button (:

Good job again (:

good job RAQUELLORENZO :):P

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