Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Squareroots and More

Square Roots
This will be a quick unit on Square Roots and Square Numbers. What Are they does this video help?





During this unit the Scribes will be at work. Please choose a person from the Scribe List to be the next scribe. The Scribe list can be found in the sidebar under the category other Sargent Park Math Blogs. Tell that person at school as well as on your scribe post. Please label your post Scribepost.




Happy Scribing


Homework Assignment 1
Which of these numbers can be Perfect Squares. 6,8,9,10. Justify your answers using pictures, words or numbers.

Mr. Harbeck

2 comments:

alex said...

Hello people I'm your scribe for today. This is for the people who were gone for the last period of the day (math) or sleeping during class...

What we did:

4x3 = 12
factors product

What shape do u make when multiply?
-rectangle
all rectangles with 10 squares.
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10
Factors = product
1x10=10
2x5=10
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16
fxp
1x16=16
2x8=16
4x4=16
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36
fxp
1x36=36
2x18=36
3x12=36
4x9=36
6x6=36
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4x4=16 or
the fast way would be: 4 whith a litle small 2 beside the 4 ...
4squared2

***important***
A perfect square whose side leghts are ''whole numbers''

*****Homework*****
make a chart:

fraction| exponent | area
| |
x1 |1square2 | 1unit2
2x2 |2square2 | 4unit2
3x3 |3square3 | 9unit2
| |
| |
| |

make the continuous lines of the chart to "30x30"


sorry Harbeck i couldn't do this on the front page. and made this like a comment



alex M


"this is my favorite part"
The next scribeberr is ................................++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
kyle

alex said...

ahh its not sopouse to look like that (chart)