Monday, November 30, 2009

Scribepost for November 30

Today we had to do a number line and label the perfect squares.

We also had a quiz about squares.

For the number line we had to label the squares from squares from 1-5
Which equals 1=1 2=4 3=9 4=16 =5=25

We also figured out what the patterns were.
One pattern was numbers between perfect squares.

The pattern that we had to do was what are the numbers between the spaces.

So for the first one we had to do 1 1/3, 2 2/3, 3 3/3

For 5 spaces

4 1/5, 6 2/5, 7 3/5, 8 4/5, 9 5/5

Our homework is what are the next numbers of the two spaces.

For 7 spaces and 9 spaces.

Jex already did a blog for SQUARES so I did today's blog.


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

Good job Elvin. I like how you explained everything that we did in class. I like how you put color so your blog was exciting. I also learned what the spaces are for good job again./

Brendan817 said...

Good job Elvin ! I like the way you used colors. I also like your picture but I don't know what it is about.

gilbert817 said...

Good job Elvin ! I like the pictures and you put a lot of colors on your scribe but you could have explained more but anyways good job again.

Ralph817 said...

Good Job Elvin! I liked how you used lots of colour and put a picture. You could have explained things a little better though. What does the picture mean though?

april817 said...

Good job elvin! good use of colour, but the explanations could've been improved a little. but all in all good job.

×Jusŧıŋ£8-17× said...

good job , nice colours and picture but next time dont use yellow because thats a light colour and its pretty bad to see .

Marielle 8-17 said...

Nice job Elvin , it was really understandable and it i liked the use of colors ! :)

Elaine817 said...

Good job on the post Elvin! I liked how you used many colours to make it stand out. But you could've explained what we did in class a little bit more. I also don't really understand the picture. But other than that, good job.

Layton 8-17 said...

Great job elvin! i liked how you used pictures and alot of colour so was not boring... but anyways Great job!


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