Sunday, June 18, 2006

exam quuestions =)

Exam Questions

kay..... um heres the one with the boxes =)
they boxes ahd to all have to total 8 units squared. There are 6 possibilities
































now for the one with A B C D ... wehad to solve it in two ways...
for the first one we divided it into 16'ths













then for the second one we divided it into 32's














next its the one with sybolic and verifying


















next is the alex and his sandwiches question >.<



















the one about the pools... i think this is the last one... ..












the chart and graph to go with it


































*harback... i didnt know what to call "y"... soo.. i called it water.......

kay!! im done =) ....
Posted by: Marielou
Work Done by: Marielou, Racquel, and Joanne =D




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Thursday, June 15, 2006

EXAM QUESTIONS .

Open Ended Exam Questions,
This one is another open ended question. What you have to do is to find out the area of a box with only 8 units. To do this successfully you would have to find three numbers with a product of 8 and those numbers are 2, 1 and 4.





Another way is to find out what one of them is and make up equations to solve the other objects.











By dividing it into sixteen equal pieces you can get a quite reasonable fractions for each figure.

by: Lynel Pobre, Arielle Salonga, Helen Khau, Darie Pasco and Lara Mae Delos Santos.




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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

d.j. r.a.y's exam questions =) `

OPEN-ENDED EXAM QUESTIONS
1.) Make nets that will fold into boxes with a volume of 8. DON'T FORGET DIMENTIONS

Each net needs a volume of 8 centimetres, meters, whatever measurment you want.

2.) Write each shape as a fraction in lowest terms;
WAY 1:

Divide the shape into small 'A' triangles. To get a total of 16 triangles
WAY 2 :
Divide shape into 'C' shapes and divide them in half to make eighths. Then, divide the eighth containing the 'A' shape to get a sixteenth.
Look at images if I don't make sense =)
- Dhona, Yvanne, Jewelry, Annalyn, and Renee 8-16




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