## Saturday, November 21, 2009

### Scribepost for November 20, 2009

Y helo thar guyz.

Math Class:

We corrected pages 24 and 25 from our Homework book. Then we reviewed what a factor tree is, and made examples on the board.

Then we work on our foldable.

First, we fold the foldable in half.

Then fold them inwards to the foldable.

Open up the "what I need to work on tab" and flip the foldable so you see the back of "applying the Pythgeon Relationship". Turn the foldable horizontally.

Draw a line on the top and bottom folds. Do not do anything to the middle line.

Using a cm ruler, draw a tick for every 2 cm. Label them 1-25. Do the same for the bottom but do not label it.

Then make the first five perfect squares using graph paper. (1x1=, 2x2=4, 3x3=9, 4x4=16, 5x5=25) Cut them out and match the product(answer) with the numbers that you wrote on the ticks. (2x2=4 match the 4 with the 4 on the foldable) Glue them on. Make sure to keep the scrap graph paper as you'll need it for homework.

Now for Homework, you need to draw 2, 3, 4, 5, squares separately. Cut them out and make a square out of them. You're allowed to cut the squares into something that will allow you to make a square.

carla841 said...

great job! but next time you should make the pictures a little better because I can't really see it well.

vanessa 8-41 said...

Good job Harvey ! I agree with Carla, you should make the pictures more clear. When you said " Then we work on our foldables " I think you meant worked. Other than that I think you did a pretty good job.