Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Scribe

Today in class we finished our three point approach. We started making another three point approach for angles. The math test got postponed to Thursday. On the three point approach for angles we have to write our own description and make your own examples. The homework for today is to make a box number six on the back and make a question and then solve it. The homework is due tomorrow. Remember to bring your three point approach sheets to class and to bring a calculator for the test on Thursday.
The next scribe will be Stanice.




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scribes

How many times can you be a scribe in a school year?




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test

I heard the test is on going to be on Thursday instead of Wednesday?




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test this wednesday

Is the test on Wednesday just on area and perimeter of polygons?




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Monday, April 24, 2006

Scribe

Today in class we made a different kind of 3 point approach. We can use this 3 point approach for the exam and the test on Wendsday. On the tree point approach the titles are Picture and name for box 1, Description for box 2, formula and example for box 3, and shortcut /hint for box 4. That is all we did for today. (don't forget to bring your calculators for the test on Wendsday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The next scribe for tommorow is Ashley Frykas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




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Thursday, April 20, 2006

scribe post




today we stared to do coordinate plane graphs. some inportant things that we lenred that you have to put y-axis and x-axis and you have to always put y- x- axis. This is how you write down the (x,y)


this is three points that you would write down on a graph like x and y aswell has what you are looking for on the graph (5 -3).


















the last part of class we spent a graph on the coordinate planes and found out the shpes mr. Reece gave us on a sheet.

We had to follow specific instructions, to create our shape. The directions were
SHAPE #2:

E. Start at (-11, 13)
F. Down 1, Right 7
G. Down 4, Left 2
H. Up 1, Left 7
It makes a parallelogram:

So enjoy the scribe notes.

Tomorrow's scribe is: Teagan




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help me please

I was just wondering if anyone knows when we are going to have test for math.




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Wednesday, April 19, 2006

TLE Due Dates

These are the 3 TLE units that are due by the end of the day on Monday May 1st.

Classifying Angles
Angles in a Triangle
Circle Problems

We will be in Mr. Harbeck's computer lab on Friday to work on these outstanding assignments. This will be the only classtime to work on these assignments. My lab is open Tuesday and Thursday morning and after school if you wish to work on TLE.

Mr. R




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scribe by Dan

today in class we corrected the little quiz that Mr. reece gave us. We found out how to get the area of irregular shapes. First you must break them into smaller easier shapes then do the various steps for the shapes. We also started working on finding coordinates in a grid. On a grid the vertical line is labeled as Y, while the horizontal line is labeled as X. You also label every point as the letter or symbol given. On the grid we had to find these positions, A(8,2)B(-4,3)C(2,-5)D(5,4)E(-7,-1)F(4,7)G(-3,-9)H(-2,-3)I(-3,2)
That's all!


The next scribe will be Bruno.




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Thursday, April 13, 2006

Scribe

Today in class we talked about circles. First we did mental math then we looked at circles. We looked at ways to find out the diameter of a circle, the radius, and the circumference. We also learned some formulas here are some of them D=2r R=1 half of D 10c=2r c=D.pie C=2r.pie.
We also had homework due monday worksheet 10.12.








The next scribe will be nicholas




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Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Scribe List

We have now restarted the scribe list. This means that every member of the class has the chance to earn additional scribe bonus marks for their participation as the class scribe. Remember that the class scribe is not a mandatory task, so if you know that you will not be able to take scribe notes for the day please inform me and I will pick a new scribe.

This is The Scribe List. Every possible scribe in our class is listed here. I will do my best to update this list every day. If you see someone's name crossed off on this list then you CANNOT choose them as the scribe for the next class.

This post is can be quickly accesed from the [Links] list over there on the right hand sidebar. Check here before you choose a scribe for tomorrow's class when it is your turn to do so.

Cycle 1
Maxine
Michael
Faith
Jeff
Cash
Danny
Melissa
Ashley
Bruno
Nicholas
Michelle
Chad
Mary
Rommel
Vanessa
Rozette
Angelic
Jesse
Anna
Justin
Abdul
Sarika
Monique
Joshua
Clint
Marjo
Stanice
Andy
Teagan





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Sarika scribe

After we finished measuring 8 circles. We divide the Circumference by the Diameter
Example


Circle 1b 3b 7a 8a

Diameter 12cm 17cm 12cm 13cm

Radius 6cm 85cm 6cm 6.5cm

Circumference 37cm 55cm 39cm 44cm

Circumference/Diameter 3.08cm 3.24cm 3.25cm 3.38cm




What dose Circumference divides by Diameter give you Pi = π, 3.14 is π


π is a arashion number


Here is the formula for π

Diammeter * π = Circumference
Circomference ÷ π = Diammeter
( Radius *2) * π = Circumference

Diammeter = 2 Radius
Radius = ½ Dmmeter

After we look at the smrat borad a whach a cilp of th e Brain pop on π

And the next scibe will be ABDUL hahaha




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Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Scribe



Today in class we have learned about the Elements of a circle.

Elements of a circle





The elements of a circle include :
circle - The dot
diameter- Measures the width of a circle. it has to pass through the centre.
Radius- Starts at the centre and goes to 1 edge.
Circumfrence- It's the outside edge of the circle.


We were also using string and lid caps from butter container to try to find the Radius,Diameter,circumference and the circumference/diameter for the string.
Here's a sample of the table we used:


The next scribe will be Sarika!!

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Monday, April 10, 2006

Today in Mr. Reece's math class. We Mental Math # 9. Then , he gave a worksheet on finding the perimeter and area. If you are not done its for homework, due tommorow. I reapeat its for homework and it's due tommorow. That's what we did today in math class.

The next scribe is... wait i'm thinking... um... um... JESSE!!!




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Tuesday, April 04, 2006

april 4th scribe

04/04/06

Today in class we found out how to determine the area of a polygon. We were given a piece of paper with dots. You had to make a rectangle by using 18 or 24 line segments (mr.reece told us if we had to do 18 or 24 lines).
Heres an example of a rectangle by using 18 line segments :


to find the perimeter you must add all the sides.

After making the perimeter of the shape we had to find out the area, here's what we did next :

We tried to find out how many squares could fit in the shape. You can determine the area by multiplying the width and height. Heres the formula (height x width = area) . Which, in this case is (3x6=18).

<- This was the result.

Mr.Reece also mentioned about a square, a square can be a rectangle.

* remember, all this will be on our final exam!

Homework :
Your corrections for the quiz we did on March,23. Due on Friday.

if you have any bonus worksheets such as sudokus, you hand them in on Friday as well.
*make sure you have the sheets we did today for tomorrow.

The next scribe will be Monique .




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  • April 3 2006

    beginning of class:
    Today in class Mr. Reece gave us this notebook thats called mental math. well thats what i think it said. But in it, it had lots of questions on what we've learned and what we are going to learn. Well on it Mr. Reece will give us a time to finish one page in the book. This shows what you have remembered the past few lessons we've had.


    second part of class:
    In the second part of class all of us have learned how to determine the perimeter of a polygon.

    How To Determine the Perimeter of a Polygon :
    add all the sides together.

    for ex. add 1+2+3+4+5= the perimeter.

    ^^^^^^pretend that number ones side is 3 cm and two is 7 cm three is 3 cm four is 4 cm and five is 6 cm. soo then add them up. 3cm + 7cm + 3cm + 4cm + 6cm = 23 cm. and thats how you could determine the perimeter of a polygon.


    the end of class:
    uhm i think that we were just working on something. SORRY MR. REECE!! dont think i was paying attention.. ! :'(



    REMINDER

  • a polygon is a CLOSED shape
  • it has to have AT LEAST 3 sides
  • and it has to have at lease 3 angles

sorry im late on being the scribe. well yeah mhm rozette mallari is the next scribe.




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