Sunday, December 6, 2009

Celdrick's Scribepost for Dec 4 2009









On Friday we had a one question quiz about estimating square roots and the question was: Estimate the square root 67. This is how you solve the problem.

First: Find the closest perfect square that is before 67 and after 67. It is between 64 and 91. The square root of 64 is 8 and 81 is 9.











Second: Check if its closer to 64 or 81. So now we see that it's close to 64.

Third: Estimate the square root; if 64's square root is 8 then we know that 67's square root is somewhere in 8.1, 8.2, or 8.3.



AND.. This is one question we did from the Home Work Booklet. Pg 28 question 3.






5 comments:

×Jusŧıŋ£8-17× said...

good job .
but text colours with it woulb ber better .

Layton 8-17 said...

Great job Celdrick. I liked how yo used a lot of pictures but you could have added a bit more colour. but good job.

Jex8-17 said...

Good job celdrick. I like how you explained everything. But maybe next time you should put more color.

elvin817 said...
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elvin817 said...

Good Job Celdrick! you explained everything well but next time put colors!

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