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__Learning Target__

**.**

**Definition**

*Example*

**Quote**

**Link**

**Another Link**

**Fast ways to remember a proportion**

**Ways to find answer***b.*Then you Inverse, Balance,

*Solve, Check. So at the end you get an equation like:*

*b*=25. Also you can simlify the ratio without the variable. So 9/27 is simlified to 1/3.

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Learning Target

Develope the how to find the area of recangles, squares, triangles, and paralellograms.

Paralellogram

height=5cm

base= 3cm

bh

3cm x 5cm=15cm

Formulas

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recangle= lxw = area

square= s*(lxw)=area *=squared

triangle=1/2(bh)

paralellogram=bh

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## The Rose Bowl

The first Rose Bowl was in 1902. Michigan (10-0) defeated Stanford (3-1-2) 49-0.

It was one of the most blown out Rose Bowls ever. In 1922 there was a 0-0 tie between California and Washington & Jefferson. In 1924 there was also a tie but between Washington and Navy at 14-14. There has been 8 games that have been decided by only 1 point. U.S.C. has played Ohio State 7 of their 30 trips to the Rose Bowl. 2 years ago the Rose Bowl was the National Championship and Texas beat U.S.C. 41-3. This year when Michigan tried to repeat the 1948 Rose Bowl (Michigan won 49-0) U.S.C. had other plans and beat Michigan 32-18.

Braylon Edwards is catching a touchdown pass by Q.B. Chad Henne.

Mike Hart is getting tromped byTrojans players.

I found all of these facts and I bet that you could find more at this website

Also this site might help too if you want to learn about the stadium. Rose Bowl

If you want to buy merchandise, then this is your place.

Reasons you should watch the Rose Bowl

- It's one of the 5 BCS bowls.
- People from around the world watch it.
- It's the Grandaddy of them all!!!

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## Scribe Post # 3

__Learning Target__

To find the least common multiple, using Prime Factorization.

__Example__

15 25

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5 3 5 5

5•3 5•5

3•3•5

75

__Lesson__

First you write both numbers. Then you prime factoize both of the numbers. Finally, you find a number that is a multiple of both of the numbers and is greater than or equal to both of the numbers. In the end you could get the prime factors of the unoriginal number, and it should have some of the same numbers as the original numbers prime factors and that's your answer.

*Link*

Check out what Dr. Math has to say!

*Picture *

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Learning Target

Finding the curcumference of a circle.

Example problem

If I had A diameter of 6cm. for a circle, then I'd Multiply it by pi to get the curcumference.

3.14

x6

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18.84 would be the curcumference.

Lesson

To find the curcumference you must multiply the diameter and pi.

To find out more you can go to Mrs. Glosser's Math Goodies.

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