Sunday, February 28, 2010
Saturday, February 27, 2010
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Sunday, February 21, 2010
Nets Of Three-Dimensional Scribe
Saturday, February 20, 2010
Today, we worked on our foldables. We had to put it in 5.1 Views of Three-Dimensional objects.
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Yesterday, during math class we did lots of things on learning about surface area. We were reading about surface area. After, we did the reading we talked about the squares. We drew the squares on a Isometric dot paper. We learned how to draw a cube on the Isometric paper. It looked like this..
After, that we had to guess what cubes have. We learned that they have.
- 3 faces showing
- 6 faces in total
- all squares
After that, we learned about Rectangular Prisms. We drew it also and it looks like..
What we learned is that they have.
After, we did all that we did a foldable. What we did on the foldable is we did this..
After, we did our foldable Mr.Harbeck assigned us our homework which was :
-Draw 3 different rectangular prisms and show the similarities and differences between them
-Complete your Homework book Pg. 48
-Find 3 rectangular prisms in your house and..
-Draw the top, front and side view of the object
-Make sure each object is different
I'll just show you the Definitions and the 3 different rectangular prisms.
face- flat or curved surface
vertex- point where two faces meet
edge- line segment where two faces meet
net- a two dimensional shape that, when folded encloses a 3-D shape
rectangular prism- a prism bases are congruent rectangular
3 different rectangular prism:
The similarities are..
-They all have 6 sides
-Their all a rectangular prism
-They all have bases that are congruent rectangular
The differences are..
-The dimensions are different
-Different face sizes
-( I don't have a third one, sorry. ) :S
(by the way, dimensions are length, height, and width. )
AND....... THE END
( P.s, the font is just really messed up, I don't know why. )
REMEMBER TO COMMENT AND TELL ME IF I MADE ANY MISTAKES, THAAAAAAANKS. (:
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
I am doing my percents post on a couple of the questions from my Percents test...
16. Is it possible to have two fractions with different denominators and numerators representing the same decimal? explain your answer using examples.
Yes you can have two fractions with different denominators and numerators representing the same decimal.
Example: 4/8 or 5/10 they are both 50% or 0.50
that was my percent post...... COMMENT! :)
Kaaay i am going to be doing a percents post. A couple of the qestions from my Percents test...
1. Which percent can be written as 0.65 ? ? ? a)0.65% b)6.5% c)65% d)650% ? ? ? Answer is c)65% .......
2. Clive scored theses marks on his test 16 over 20,27 over 30, 88 over 100, and 42 over 50.... which scores was the highest ? ? a) 16 over 20 .. b)27 over 30.. c)88 over 100.. d)42 over 50... ? ?
Answer is : b) 27 over 30
Thaats my post (:
Monday, February 8, 2010
Friday, February 5, 2010
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Jarret's percent scribepost(;