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Motor Math (4-7-1). Monday. Construction. April 30, 2012. You are in charge of building a stadium. What type of occupations do you hire? What tasks are they responsible for?. Motor Math (4-7-2). Tuesday. May 1, 2012. Dimensional Analysis.

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Motor math 4 7 1

Motor Math (4-7-1)

Monday

Construction

April 30, 2012

You are in charge of building a stadium. What type of occupations do you hire? What tasks are they responsible for?


1 acre 4840 yards 2 43 560 ft 2 notice that acre relates to area

Motor Math (4-7-2)

Tuesday

May 1, 2012

Dimensional Analysis

1 acre = 4840 yards2 /43,560 ft2(Notice that acre relates to area.)

50 acres = ______ yards2

Define: unit ratio, dimensional analysis, derived unit

A swordfish can swim 60 mph. How many feet per hour is this?


1 acre 4840 yards 2 43 560 ft 2 notice that acre relates to area1

Motor Math (4-7-3)

Wednesday

May 2, 2012

Drafting /Area / Volume

1 acre = 4840 yards2 /43,560 ft2(Notice that acre relates to area.)

A lot 80 yards by 90 yards equals ________ acres.

How would you show dimensions on the below figure?

How would you find the area of this figure?


1 acre 4840 yards 2 43 560 ft 2 notice that acre relates to area2

Motor Math (4-7-4)

Thursday

Drafting Lab

May 3, 2012

R 50yd

1 acre = 4840 yards2 /43,560 ft2(Notice that acre relates to area.)

A

B

2.25 ft

150 yd

4 ft

2 ft

What is the acreage of figure A?

Draw the front, top, and side view of figure B. What is the volume?


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