Sunday, November 29, 2009

Scribepost for November 29th 2009 Binesi 8-17


5=2.2x2.2=4.84 6=2.4x2.4=5.76 7=2.6x2.6=6.76 8=2.8x2.8=7.84
9=3x3=perfect square
Perfect Square:a square with 4 equal sides only made with whole numbers and no decimals

11 comments:

Elaine817 said...

Nice job on your scribepost!! It stood out with the colours but I think you could've talked about what we did in class also. But other than that, good job!

Ralph817 said...

Good Job! I liked how you put a picture that was clear and that you put colour but, you should have explained the work a little bit more.

Jex (Juan Exequiel)8-17 said...

Good job Binesi. I like how you put color on your scribe. Your pictures were nice. But maybe next time you should explained more of what we did.

MaryJane817 said...

Great job Binesi! I liked the picture and the colors you used to make the squares. You explained the homework very well but I think you could've talked more about what we did in class.e

allysa817 said...

AWESOME JOB BINESI! I liked how you used different colors and added a picture. Another thing I liked was how you put a definition of a perfect square. Although you could have talked more about what we did in class. Other than that, good job!:D

×Jusŧıŋ£8-17× said...

good job BINESI , good job on the picture and the colours text ,

elvin817 said...

Good Job! I liked how explained everything well. and you made your pictures and add colors in it.

Celdrick--Petilla--8-17 said...

Good job.. u explained it well and i like the colors.. u could have added more information about what we did in class.

Brendan817 said...

Good job Binesi ! I like your picture ! You also explained what a perfect square was really well. I also like your colors.

Marielle 8-17 said...

Nice job Binesi , i liked the picture a lot . You could've put more things about what we did during class because its a little bit too short . But other than that it was pretty good :)

Layton 8-17 said...

Great job! i liked how yoes alot of colour and stuff. but i think you could have talked about what we did in class more. great job!

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