in class, we found out the area and perimeter of the math lab. now it is time to take what you learned and apply it to your own room. measure your bedroom to the nearest foot. Then, find out the area (ft squared) and perimeter (ft) of your bedroom. make sure to type the length and width of your room and show the number sentences you used to solve the problems.
one of these quadrilaterals could be labeled as its self, or 4 other of the quadrilaterals according to the definition of those quadrilaterals. Which quadrilateral do you think that may be? why do you think that?
~~~look here first before looking at the chart and the questions below!!~~ number 2 and number 3 are asking what fraction of students liked non-fiction stories and how would you write that as a decimal.
these two are arguing about sharing a cake. the boy thinks his portion of 4/24 of the cake is smaller than her portion of 3/18 of the cake. she believes her portion is smaller than his portion. who is right? who is wrong? why?
In Math Lab (woo woo!) you figured out what your name equals, now it's time to figure out what your teacher's name equals! Follow the same process and add each letter of your teacher's last name to discover what it equals. For example, MCMAHAN is 13 + 3 + 13 + 1 + 8 + 1 + 14 = 53. Answer in a complete sentence and I want to see the equation. For a BONUS, figure out what your teacher's name is using MULTIPLICATION!! As always, be sure you include your name, and your teacher's name, in your comment so I know who is answering.
Try to solve each problem by clicking on "comments" for your chance at earning a prize. Be sure to write your first and last name and click on submit for me to approve your answer.