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George, John, Thomas, ?. Warm up: Identify the Pattern and predict the next name. p. 6-7 1-53 odd: 1.) 80,160 25.) 0+0 isn’t >0 3.) -3,4 27.) 0-0 isn’t <0 5.) 3,0 29.) 75 7.) N,T 31.) 31,43 9.) 720, 5040 33.) .0001,.00001 11.) 1/36,1/49 35.) 63, 127

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Warm up identify the pattern and predict the next name

George, John, Thomas, ?

Warm up: Identify the Pattern and predict the next name


Answers to homework

p. 6-7 1-53 odd:

1.) 80,160 25.) 0+0 isn’t >0

3.) -3,4 27.) 0-0 isn’t <0

5.) 3,0 29.) 75

7.) N,T 31.) 31,43

9.) 720, 5040 33.) .0001,.00001

11.) 1/36,1/49 35.) 63, 127

13.) James, John 37.) J,S

15.) Andrew, Ulysses 39.) B,C

17.) (shade in bottom of center) 41.) You would get a

19.) The sum is 6x7 third parallel line between

21.) The sum is 100x101 43.) 4 slices

23.)555,555,555 45.)

51.)H&I don’t fit, makes a circle 53.)Leap years are divisible by 4, 2020,2100,2400, the final year of a century must be divisible by 400, so 2400 will be

Answers to homework


1 2 drawings nets and other models

1.2: Drawings, Nets, and other models

LEQ: How do you make isometric and orthographic drawings? How do you draw a net for a 3-d figure?


An isometric drawing of a three dimensional object shows 3 sides of an object from a corner view.

Try to make an isometric drawing of the cube structure on your paper.



An orthographic drawing is another way to show a 3-d figure. It shows the front, top, and right sides of the figure (seperately)

Try Ex. 2


Use your textbooks to define foundation and net. Complete ex. 3,4,5 using the definitions and examples in the book. You may work with a partner.

Hwk:


Foundation: ex. 3,4,5 using the definitions and examples in the book. You may work with a partner.


Opp. sides ex. 3,4,5 using the definitions and examples in the book. You may work with a partner.

A

B

D

E

F

C

Net


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