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Jason’s Math. Jason Pae. Area. Area. The area of the auditorium. This is the carpet/rug. Formula. 13.6m x 10.7m 145.52. 13.6m. 10.7m. The area is 145.52. Perimeter. Perimeter: The length around the edge of a shape.

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Jason’s Math

Jason Pae


Area


Area


The area of the auditorium.


This is the carpet/rug.

Formula

13.6m x 10.7m 145.52.

13.6m

10.7m

The area is 145.52


Perimeter


Perimeter: The length around the edge of a shape


This rectangle has an area of 2 by 5. It’s perimeter is 14 square blocks


This is a percentage. A percentage is a number over 100. The slanted line in% is a one and the two circles next to the slanted line. So % stands for 100.

100

%


These are tessellations. tessellations are a pattern that doesn’t overlap.


These are examples of tessellations.


But these are not tessellations.


Math Problems


The ball is dropped from a 128 feet building. Each time it bounces it bounces half-way up than the last time. How far will the ball bounce up when it bounces on the fourth time? Here is the answer.


128 ft.

64

32

16

8


Frog Problem: A frog fell into a 10- foot well. He has to climb out because he cannot hop out. Every day, he climbs 3 feet and every night, he slides back 2 feet. At this rate, how many days will it take poor Froggie to climb out?


Day 2

Day 1

Day 3

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0


Factors


Factors are numbers divisible by a number.

Ex. The factors of 27 are 9,3 and 1,27.

Ex. The factors of 21 are 7,3 and 1,21.


Prime and Composite Numbers


Prime numbers are numbers that are only divisible by the number itself and 1.

These are also prime numbers:

2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 26 and so on.

2,1 and 3,1 and 5,1 and 7,1 and 11,1 and 13,1 17,1 19, 23, 26 and so on.

Factors :


Composite numbers are the opposite.

Like 10, 20, 30, 27, 12, 15, and so on.


How many blocks are in this picture?


There are 3,151 blocks on this picture.


Algebra Puzzle Solution


There are three of the same thing so divide 9 into 3 and that gives you 3!


There are 2 flowers and 1 clock. The flowers equal 3 so 11 minus 6 = 5. So the clock equals 5!


There are 2 flowers and 1 drum. The flowers equal 3 so 16 minus 6 equals 10. The drum equals 10!


Tada!


Patterns of 11

  • 112 = 121

  • 1112 = 12321

  • 11112 = 1234321

  • 111112 = 123454321

  • 1111112 = 12345654321

  • 11111112 = 1234567654321

  • 111111112 = 123456787654321

  • 1111111112 = 12345678987654321

  • 11111111112 = 1234567900987654321


The riders of the jungle cat’s solution.


Glossary of Math


Dozen

  • 12 things of the same kind.


Gross

  • 12 boxes/packages of 12. (144)


Baker’s Dozen

  • 13 things of the same kind.


Fortnight

  • 14 days.


Score

  • 20 things of the same kind.


Millennium

  • 1,000 years.


Bar Graph

  • Bar graph is a graph that uses bars to present numbers.

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

Fred

Tom

George


Century

  • A century is another way to express a hundred years

A 100 years = a century!

A century is the same as a hundred years!


Congruent

  • Two things that are same (Ex. Same size, same shape).

like

and


Reviewing Congruency


Congruency is when two or more things are the same size and shape.

examples:

and

and


Combining Like Terms


First let’s start with an example.

Example: 12z +17z = ?

To find the answer just add 12 and 17.

It is like this:12 soccer balls + 17 soccer balls = 29 soccer balls.


Real Algebra


Let’s start with this algebra problem!

One number is ten times another. Their sum is 55. Find the numbers.

First do this.

1. Y + 10Y = 55


5

3

4

Pythagoras’s Theorem

Right triangle

A2 + B2 = C2


Mixed Numbers!

  • Mixed numbers are numbers that have both whole numbers and fractions. Here is an example.

2

Answer: 3

4


The Shifter

Jason Pae


Once there was a point.

.


But the point got tired of being a point, so the point turned into a line.


But the line got tired of being a line, so the line turned into a ray.


But the line got tired of being a line so the line turned into an angle.


But the angle got tired of being an angle, so the angle turned into an equilateral triangle.


But the equilateral triangle got tired of being an equilateral triangle, so the equilateral triangle turned into an isosceles triangle.


But the isosceles triangle got tired of being an isosceles triangle, so the isosceles triangle turned into asquare.


But then, the square was tired of being a square, so the square turned into a rectangle.


But the rectangle got tired of being a rectangle, so the rectangle turned into a trapezoid.


But soon, the trapezoid got tired of being a trapezoid so the trapezoid turned into a pentagon.


But the pentagon got tired of being a pentagon so the pentagon turned into a hexagon.


But the hexagon got tired of being a hexagon so the hexagon turned into a heptagon.


But the heptagon got tired of being a heptagon so the heptagon turned into an octagon.


But the octagon got tired of being an octagon so he went back to being a point.

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The Scary Toothpick Illusion


First you start out with twelve toothpicks and three boxes.


Then you…


In Latin, E Pluribus Unum means Out of many, one.


1

1 penny =

100

1

20

1 nickel =


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