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## Friday, January 23, 2009

### Today's Slides: January 23

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Labels: Exam Review, Mr. Kuropatwa, Slides

## Thursday, January 22, 2009

Today we worked on surface area, volume, and circumference of a sphere. The questions we worked on were:

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### Today's Slides: January 22

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## Wednesday, January 21, 2009

### SCRIBE: Dimentions of a Sphere (scale factors)

Hey everybody, in today's class we did some problems one scale factors we also talked a little about QUADRILATERALS - Any 4 sided figure ( Trapezoid, Parallelogram, Rectangle, Rhombus and the Square).

Example :

Length

1:4

Area

1 squared : 4 squared

1: 16

Volume

1 cubed : 4 cubed

1: 64

You also have to remember to indicate your units of measurement and weather its squared or cubed. So for example cm squared, and always remember to show your work.

The slides from today's class are posted below with all the problems we did and the homework assignment.

The next scribe will be RYAN

see yall tomorrow =D

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### Today's Slides: January 21

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## Tuesday, January 20, 2009

### Scribe Post Jan. 19th

We also had a quiz on measurement that everyone seemed to have had a good grasp on because we all good exceptionally high marks. The quiz focused on alot of questions having to do with converting different units of measurements like for instance converting CM into M, and stuff like that. Then there were a couple of questions focusing on the area and perimeter of a shapes, but previous posts have covered that topic.

This is Jonathan by the way, and Mark already picked the next scribe.

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### SCRiBE

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