Monday, June 19, 2006




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Friday, June 16, 2006

Last Post by Sam G. and Desiree P.

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Thursday, June 15, 2006

Last post kale








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My final blog post...thingie.......

I have put all my stuff on this ummm picture thing below so yeah..




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2 big idiots growing post( and now ...jimmy)

These are all of the possible nets.
They are labelled, therefore already mentioning the are of the base.
Most important thing to remember about nets:
V= B x h OR l x w x h
Always use every combination possible












This is the question with parts A,B,C,D.
THe easiest way to find out the size of each part is to divide the entire square up into 16's.
Then all it is is a matter of counting the # of pieces in each section.










Rectangle Cylinder
V= l x w x h V= pi r2 x H
V= 90x35x45 V=3.14(50)(50)(120)
V=90x1575 V=3.14x2500x120
V=141750cm3 V=7850 x 120
V=942000 cm3
942000/141750
=6.64
=rounded to 7

Approximately 7 rectangular bales will fit into the cylinder.





The algebraic expression is 4x+4




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Kirby Deannia Sachelle

1) Here are some layouts of boxes/rectangles with a volume of 8 units.

















2) This is a box divided into four different parts, and our goal is to find the percent of each one.














This section equals 12.5/100












A is made of 2 sections
12.5 + 12.5 = 25/100 = 25%

B is made of a half of a section
12.5/2 = 6.25/100 = 16%

C is made of 3 sections
12.5 + 12.5 + 12.5 = 37.5/100 = 37.50%

D is made of 2 sections plus one half of one
12.5 + 12.5 + 12.5/2 = 31.25/100 = 31.25%

What we did is divide the square into quarters then divided the quarters into halves....does that make sense??

3. How many rectangular prisms fit inside a cylinder

Answer: 6 and a little bit.

How....

Rectangle: I dont have the measurements right now

Find the volume of each the cylinder and the rectangle, then divide the rectangle into the cylinder. you will end up with the answer 6. something.

4. Patio blocks

a) extend to 5

#s 1, 2, and 3 shown
4 &5:
















b) chart















c) Graph



d) Algebriac Expression

5. 18:6:1

18 sandwiches

6 different kinds

1 favorite




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Monday, June 12, 2006

Tyler's and Josh'sLast growing post of the year


























1.There is 6 different ways
of having a volume of 8.


























































2. To find the fraction of each
you cut it into 16ths.
A=1/16
B=4/16(1/4)
C=5/16
D=6/16(3/8)


The Algebraic Expression is
Y=4x+4




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