*first thing today is the homework (6,8,9,10 -perfect square?).*

*- 6 is not a perfect square**- 8 is not a perfect square**- 9 is a perfect square with equal sides (3x3)**- 10 is not a perfect square*

*a perfect square is any square that has the same length on all sides.*

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1. with 6 tiles what is the biggest square you can make?

remember a square must have all sides the same length.= 2x2

= 4

2. now make the smallest square.

= 1x1

= 1

you can also make perfect squares with any number of tiles.

- -make a the biggest square you can
- -cut the other extra squares in thin pieces
- -add them to two sides like an L in the square

to figure out the exact size of the side length of the square you must square(umm check mark sign in a calculator) the area.

**homework:D**

**draw PERFECT SQUARES using 6,8,9,10,12,14&17 tiles.**

**do it in your notebook or in the graph paper.**

*NEXT SCRIBE IS FRANCIS CHOO*

## 1 comment:

This is a good scribe post. You have illustrations and you explain what happened in class. Thanks for doing it so promptly.

Harbeck

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