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Monday, August 27, 2007
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Thursday, March 22, 2007
__Learning Target__

Making conversions with the metric system.

__Example__

Here is the metric system broken down:The base for length is meters.The base for capacity is liters. The base for mass is the grams. Then you add on prefixes to change its value: Milli-thousandth. Centi-hundredth. Deci-tenth. Kilo-thousand. See the table below to help you make conversions:

kilo*1000=base*10=Deci*10=centi*10=milli

milli/10=centi/10=Deci/10=base/__1000=__kilo

An example would be 10 kilometers=? meters.

You would find this by multiplying 10 by 1000 which would give you 10000.

Then the answer would be 10000 meters in 10 kilometers.

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Tuesday, December 5, 2006
### Lerning target

##### Adding mixed numbers with unlike denominators.

#### Lesson

##### First, you need to find the LCD of the mixed numbers. Second, you must make equal fractions using the LCD as the denominator. Third, you must add the fractions, and then add the whole numbers. Then simplify the fraction if needed.

#### Example

### 2 2/3 + 3 4/9 LCD=9

### 2 6/9 + 3 4/9

### 6/9+4/9=10/9

### 2+3=5

### Then you have to simplifiy your answer.

### 10/9=1 1/9

### Then your answer is 6 1/9.

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Monday, October 23, 2006
**Learning target**

Use strategies to develop formulas for finding the circumference of circles.

**Example Problem**

# 5*3.14=15.7

diameter circumference

**Lesson**

To find the circumference of a circle you need to know the radias or the diameter. If you know the radias then you do the radias multaplied by two. Then multably by pi(3.14) to get your circumference. If you know the diameter then do the diameter multaplied by pi to get your circumference.

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Monday, October 23, 2006
Thermal Energy
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