## Wednesday, November 01, 2006

### Scribe Post

Today in class we learned about perfect rectengles. We created some perfect rectangles. Heres some examples of perfect rectangles.

Picture from google images.

We also learned about factors, Exponents, and Area.
Hers a quick definition of those three things.

Factors- a number that gives you another number when multiplied together. Example the factors for 18 are 1x18 2x9 3x6.

Exponents- Abbr. expMathematics A number or symbol, as 3 in (x+y)3, placed to the right of and above another number, symbol, or expression, denoting the power to which that number, symbol, or expression is to be raised. Also called power.

Area- A roughly bounded part of the space on a surface

Then we did a a graph that includes all those three things heres mine as an example the area unit might be wrong so double check.

Just in case you cant understand my example hers another from google images.

That the end of my scribe post the next scribe is Rainer lol.

Mr. H said...

I challenge you to understand the first image you found. Why is that an example of a perfect square. To my knowledge most of those minisquares are not perfect. How could all the squares be perfect.

Hmmmm this is a good mystery. We'll do it in class tomorrow.

Mr. H said...

Dear Abdul. A perfect rectangle is different than a perfect square. Why is that. What is the difference between the rectangle and a square>

wes said...

hey
I am wondering how did u get all of those pictures in ur scribe. Show me sometime. I dont think i am doing so well with these "Perfect square" stuff so i would like it if i can gget some help from u ok thanks

- wes

aaron said...

hi good job i think u r good in math