Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Princess' Scribepost for November 25,2009


Today in class we continued our "Building Squares" chart . We ended at 1.4 x 1.4 .

So since last time we already used up the two 10 x 10 (or 1.0 x 1.0) and today we had to continue the two other 10 x 10 squares .

When we finished doing that, our square was needed to be 20 x 20 or 2.0 x 2.0 .


Oh, and while we were continuing our square "layering" we had to figure our the area for each side length .

Ms. U helped us figure out the area for all the side lengths up to 1.7 x 1.7 . Then we had to fiure out the rest on our own like 1.8, 1.9, and 2 .




This is how our yellow sheet is supposed to look like with our complete squares :
















Here is our homework for tonight :
How many perfect squares can you make with 4 squares ?
What is the approximate side length a square that uses:
2 squares ?
3 squares ?
5 squares ?
(p.s. sorry if its plain and messed up . oh and sorry if its late too .)









4 comments:

elijah841 said...

hey Princess ,

good job ! yea i think that you've covered all of it .. so yea good job ! (:

emmanuel841 said...

great job, lots of explanation in your scribepost

carla841 said...

great job princess! you explained everything well.

vanessa 8-41 said...

Good job Princess ! uhmmm ... you spelt * fiure * figure wrong and when you put * our * I think you meant out. Yes its a little plain but at least you did it. Overall good job.

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