Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Scribepost for Dec 2 2009

SCRIBE!!!!!



Today What we did was Miss U handed back our quiz and we had to checked our answers and edit it. Then after we went over the squares and we wrote on our foldable.

After that Mr.Harbeck told us to do questions 6,9, and 11

6. A rectangle has an area of 64m2

a)Determine the prime factorization of 64.

64
/ \
8 x 8
/ \
4 x2 4x2
/ \
2x2 x 2x2

B)Is 64 a perfect square ?Explain?
Yes because the last four numbers are all the same and even.

c) Draw a square with that area and label the side lengths














9. What is the area of a square with each side length?




a) 10












b) 16
PLEASE COMMENT!!

8 comments:

carla841 said...

great job! your post is explained very well.

Kamille841 said...

Good job aldrine ! your questions were answered well .. but you forgot to do question 11. I liked that you had pictures though

princess841 said...

yea, i was looking at your blog and i just noticed you didn't do question 11. but good job anyways.

kathleen841 said...

good job! You forgot to do the question 11 but it's okay cause you did the others. And I liked how you put pictures.

Elona 8-41 said...

Good job! But like the others said, you didn't do Question 11. But great job on the ones you did. :)

vanessa 8-41 said...

Good job Aldrine ! Your scribe post was explained well. I do agree with the girls, you didn't answer question 11, so maybe you should edit your scribe when you have time. LOL ... well yeah anyways, good job !

elijah841 said...

Hey Aldrine ,

Thnx for doing the blog. But you said ,"After that Mr.Harbeck told us to do questions 6,9, and 11" . Where's the 11 ?

sierra841 said...

Try doing the factor tree in paint, I find it easier and way more understandable and neat. Maybe, if you wanted to extra, you could have told us what we wrote in our foldable in a very brief paragraph. In question 6, you could ahve put 64m SQUARDED instead of 64m2. Good job though.

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