Friday, March 24, 2006

SCRIBEpost!!!



Sorry I couldn't make the post yesterday! My internet got cut... To make up for that I'll do the post for yesterday and today!!!

MARCH.23.2006
At the beginning of yesterdays class, we reviewed what we learned 2 days ago.
=D don't steal it!!!;3

We tried to see that if you add how many triangles are in a shape, they make the total degrees of that shape. We did this by continuing the table we started 2 days ago....
Here's an example of the table:






=D!!!don't steal it!!!;3


As you can see there are some flaws to this rule... We figured it out today...

After a few minutes we did a quiz.

When everyone was done, we watched a video on the smartboard about measuring angles. It reviewed about how much some angles measured:

Acute - under 90º <>

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MARCH.24.2006

Today at math we finished off the table for the greedy triangle. My table looked like this:

=D!!!don't steal!!!;3



















We figured out the formula to solve the sum of all the angles in a shape without having to use a protractor to measure them all.

n=amount of sides in the shape
(n-2) x 180º=

I'll give you an example:
[] <---pretend that's and octagon
This shape has 8 sides so n=8
(n - 2) x 180º = (8-2) x 180º = 6 x 180º = 1080º
Therefore, the sum of the all the angles in that shape equal 1080º. If you're confused about anything I have written so far...Leave a comment to this post.

Near the end of class, Mr. Reece introduced us to a Japanese mind game called SUDOKU. If you want to know more, go to this site: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sudoku.
That's all we did in class today.
the next scribe is: MARJO TALASTAS!!!! (sorry! i didn't know who to pick!!!)
-angelic










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Thursday, March 23, 2006

mmmmmmeeeeeelllllliiiiiiissssssaaaaaaa

melissa...your post isnt showing...




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Tuesday, March 21, 2006

ScRiBe

Today in class we learned about triangles
What Do we know about triangles?
We know there are 3 sides in a triangle.
There is 3 angles in a triangle.
It equals to 180 degrees.
These are three triangles we learned in class
What kind of triangle has 3 equal sides?
An Equilateral triangle has three equal sides.
What kind of triangle has 2 equal sides?
An Isosceles trangle has 2 equal sides.
What kind of triangle has no equal sides?
A Scalene has no equal sides
REGULAR VERSUS IRREGULAR POLYGONS
What is a regular Polygon?
If all the sides and all the angles of a polygon are equal the polygon is said to be regular.
What is a irregular polygon?
Irregular polygons have sides of differing lengths and angles of differing measure.

After all that learning we watched a short film from Brain Pop. It was all about the angles and triangles. After the short film we had a quiz out of ten.

Remeber there's homework due tomarrow 10.6.

THE NEXT SCRIBE IS MELISSA




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Question for Worksheet 10.6??

What do i for questions 9 - 11 and for 12 - 14??

Answer ASAP!!

Thank You...




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In Class we talked about Polygons. We figured out what a polygon is.

A polygon has 3 or more sides.
Multiple Angles.
and is a closed figure or shape.

We also found out that you can't make a polygon with 2 sides.
A circle isn't a polygon, because it has no angles.
And polygons can only have straight lines.

In class we worked on Triangles too.
A triangle has 3 sides. You should know already...
All sides are the same .
It has 3 different size sets.
and 2 sides are the same.


To end my bad Scribe post...The next SCRIBE IS CASH.




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Monday, March 20, 2006

Help me please!

I was just wondering if anyone knows what we're supposed to do for the assignment on Blogorama.




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Please help

I was just wondering if anyone knows what the homework for today is.




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Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Scribe

Hello Classmates :)
Today in class we did lots of intresting things and learned new things like "What makes a angle ?" Answer: A measure in degress of the Rotation of one line from another line at the Vertex.
We got a 2 sheets from Mr.Reece called "Angles Worksheet" One sheet where it has shapes like Square, Triangle, Rectangle, Other triangles and more. You had to put it in the table when it had a shape in it. Acute J, K, L, N Obtuse A,M Right, B,C,D Straight there are no angles, Reflex there is no angle too, None F,E,G,I,O,P,H.
(#2) Question: Explain why you placed the shapes where you did. What is your Rule? Rule: When measuring shapes we measures inside the angle.
(#3) Question: Draw one other shape and call it Q. Place it in your table. Explain why you placed it where you did.
Answer: I drew a 14 shaped star and put a Q. in it. The definition I put was It is an acute angle because every angle is less than 90*
We talked about the Vertex and what it means. For Example an Acute angle <> there are two angles that meet together and it is called a Vertex.

The next scribe will be !!CLINT!!




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Monday, March 13, 2006

Scribe

Today in class we reviewed some of the things we did on Friday {Angles of intersecting lines}. We also did some problems and got some definitions. Here they are :

Parallel lines:
Two or more lines that never intersect.

Transversal line:
A transversal line intersects two or more lines at different points.

This is also the homework we had.

page 10.4 even numbers
8, 10, 12, 20, 22, 24

page 10.5
3 to 12

The next scribe will be Jesse




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Sunday, March 12, 2006

Scribe

First we talked about angles and then after that we did a short quiz on angles.
We also had homework about angles on pages 165 1,2 5 to 10 the homework
will be due on Monday and also the class has to add two more angles to the
yellow Three Point Approach sheet.








THE NEXT SCRIBE WILL BE Joshua !!




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Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Scribe

At the begaining of the class we looked at anna scribe how it was done. Mr reese said it was excellent. We also looked at angles and how to draw the. We looked these different angles acute obtuse and reflex i was going to give you guys an example but i dont how. We learned about complementry and supplementry angles.








The next scribe is Micheal Alota lol hahahahahaha




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Monday, March 06, 2006

Beginning of the class we reviewed the five different angles we learned on Thursday. Here are the types of angles:
-Acute Angle: Any angle that measure between 0-90 degrees.
-Right Angle: Any angle that is exactly 90 degrees.
-Obtuse Angle: Any angle that is greater than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees.
-Straight Angle: Any angle that is exactly 180 degrees.
-Reflex Angle: Any angle that is greater than 180 and less than 360 degrees.

After we reviewed that, we looked at geometric terms. Here are the terms:
Point: A geometric element that indicates position, but has no size.
(You can’t measure it)
Example:Image hosting by Photobucket (Point is written as “A”)

Line: Are a set of points in a straight line. They extend in both directions.
Example: Image hosting by Photobucket

(Line is written as “ Image hosting by Photobucket”) (Two arrows)

Ray: A set of points that form a straight line. A ray starts at a point and extends forever in one direction.
Example: Image hosting by Photobucket(Ray is written as “ Image hosting by Photobucket”) (one arrow)

Line Segment: Part of a line , but it has to endpoints.
Example:Image hosting by Photobucket (Line is written as “ Image hosting by Photobucket”) (no arrows)


After that, we did this diagram. In the diagram below find all the following:
All 3 lines, 3 line segments, 6 rays and 3 points.

Lines: Image hosting by Photobucket

Line Segments: Image hosting by Photobucket

Rays: Image hosting by Photobucket


Angles: Angles are formed with two rays or lines that meet at a common point. This endpoint is called the vertex.Image hosting by Photobucket


Writing Angles:Image hosting by PhotobucketImage hosting by Photobucket



Homework: Due Tomorrow
- Textbook PG. 263 -1-5, 7-16
Due Friday
-3 Point Approach- Types of Angles

The next scribe will be…ABDUL!!




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Sunday, March 05, 2006

blog site

http://www.basicjokes.com/ is my blog site. it tells you all sorts of jokes. its name is basic jokes.



chad-tennis boy

p.s. because i think it didnt work last time and i saved it as a draft.




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Friday, March 03, 2006

h/w


Does Anyone Know If we have homework or not?
If we do have homework what is it?
- roflcakes




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Thursday, March 02, 2006

Scribe

Today in class we worked on angles. we learned 5 different types of angles on a 3 point approach sheet.
right angle-any angle that is exactly 90 degrees
reflex angle-any angle that is more than 180 degrees and less than 360 degrees
acute angle-any angle that is 0 degrees and 90 degrees
obtuse angle-any angle that is 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees
straight angle-any angle that is 180 degrees
complementry-not an angle,two angles that add up to 90 degrees
supplementry-not an angle,two angles that add up to 180 degrees
percentage books due monday!!
Next, scribe is Anna!!




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help please!

I was wondering if anyone knows what the homework for Thursday March 2, 2006 is.




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Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Scribe

Today in class we were getting ready for Student Led Conferences. We got some of our tests back and some pieces of work that we did so that we could show our parents. We also got a sheet that will be added to our portfolio for Student Led Conferences that we have to fill out. We have to include one item from each section and explain why you chose it. Our body percent booklet will be due tomorrow.
The next scribe will be Teagan




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homework

Does Anyone know what's homework anyway? Just the doll and the book???




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Percent Models

Remember that the percent dolls booklet and the model itself are due Thursday in class. You will be evaluated on both the booklet and your model. You need to make sure that all members of your group are written on the last page of your book, and that you have identified your model as belonging to your group.

Mr. R




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