Scribe Post

Monday, March 9, 2009
Today in class we work on squares. And we copied down a times table that was 12x12.It looked something like this.















For homework we had to high light or colour the equal squares.But once we finished that it looked like this.













Also in class we had to answer the following:
1x1=1 16x16=
2x2=4 17x17=
3x3=9 18x18=
4x4=16 19x19=
5x5=25 20x20=
6x6=36 21x21=
7x7= 22x22=
8x8= 23x23=
8x9= 24x24=
10x10= 25x25=
11x11= 26x26=
12x12=144 27x27
13x13= 28x28
14x14= 29x29
15x15= 30x30=
Sorry it wasnt finished =(

2 comments:

  1. peachy 8-41 said...

    Hey, I'm not Harbeck, but I think it's fine that you didn't finish the equations. It was still well done, and at least you wrote it down and actually did your scribe, you know? Anyways, great pictures! Haha, I was looking through the other classes' scribes and I saw yours, honestly.. great pictures. They were neat. :) And the way you showed what we did in class, step by step was great. It was a wonderful scribe! To make it a bit longer, I think you could have added the other homework we received that day. (Well, the homework that 841 received). You know, the perfect square and the imperfect squares? Haha, you could have talked about what imperfect squares were (.. numbers with decimals) and what perfect squares were (sidelines of a perfect square with a number and no decimal). :) But it was still a very well done scribe! Great Great job :)

    March 10, 2009 at 12:21 PM  

  2. Karen8-17 said...

    I think you did a great job by showing the graph and the multiplication table thing. I think it's purty but I also think that you need more information. I know my comment is late, I just wanted post one and besides this is like the only ones I've seen besides Kim's, Good job again!
    -Karen

    March 17, 2009 at 7:00 PM  

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