Thursday, December 3, 2009

Scribepost for December 3, 2009

Hi Everyone Today I'll show you my foldable which has a number line from 1 - 25 that has square roots and squaares !

On this picture is shows numbers 1 to number 9.
Square roots :
1 : 1 squared
2 : 1.4 squared
3 : 1.7 squared
4 : 2 squared
5 : 2.2 squared
6 : 2.4 squared
7 : 2.6 squared
8 : 2.8 squared
9 : 3 squared



In this picture it shows numbers 10 to 18
Square roots :
10 : 3.16 squared
11 : 3.31 squared
12 : 3.46 squared
13 : 3.6 squared
14 : 3.7 squared
15 : 3.87 squared
16 : 4 squared
17 : 4.2 squared
18 : 4.24 squared


In this picture it shows numbers from 19 to 25
Square roots :
19 : 4.35 squared
20 : 4.47 squared
21 : 4.58 squared
22 : 4.69 squared
23 : 4.79 squared
24 : 4.89 squared
25 : 5 squared
Some patterns that I have found :
The intervals between the numbers increase by 2 every perfect square.
Hope you liked my post

5 comments:

Kamille841 said...

GOOD JOB ALVIN !! I liked the pictures and i liked how you explained things.

elijah841 said...

hey alvin,

GOOD JOB ! I understood the things you said. But you should put the numbers of waht's for homework on the textbook.

vanessa841 said...

Good job Alvin ! I like how you organized the post. The pictures weren't all that great though. I think you should get over the section of the foldable, if you know what I mean. I noticed at the beginning the you spelled square wrong. Overall good job !

sierra841 said...

Good job! I noticed in the introduction you have a spelling error with squares. Otherwise, I like how you made everything clear and very understandable.

angaldrine said...

GOOD JOB ALVIN!. you should of put questions from the text book but other than that good job clear pictures.

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