Saturday, March 25, 2006

Some Geometry Questions

Question 1
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Question 2




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Question 3
Estimate the area of the trapazoid given the square unit shown below. Explain how you determined your estimate. You can leave your answer in a comment or copy the picture to paint and post your responce to your Growing Post. If you do not have a Growing Post you can email pictures to me at charbeck@wsd1.org.




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5 Comments:

At 9:00 PM, Blogger dilleybar said...

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At 9:07 PM, Blogger dilleybar said...

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At 9:09 PM, Blogger dilleybar said...

nice grammar and spelling in those questions, H

1. I would say the=at the length and width of the rectangle would be 5 + 4 cm respectively. this results in a 20 cm area. there can only be 5 more cm of total are in the house, so the triangle's area must equal 5cm.
A= 1/2bh
5=1/2 5h
5=2.5h
h=5/2.5
h=2


2. I estimate that the length=7 cm and the width=3 cm

7x1.5= 10.5 so the length is about 10.5 m

3x1.5=4.5 so the width is approx. 4.5 m

3. I would say that it is approx. 9 square units in area
to me, it appears that six would fit in the rectangular section of this trapezoid

the triangular sections together would be approx. 3 square units in area, so 6+3=9

There, i completed your questions of doom. i get bonus marks now, right?

by dilley, the craziest kid in my happy little

 
At 5:19 PM, Blogger dion 8-41 said...

hi mr.H i did the questions in my blog!

 
At 6:43 PM, Blogger Squeaky_Cheeks 74 said...

Do like a parallelagram
so it would be a rectangle so there looks like it would be
2x5
so it would be ten I think.

 

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