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MATH VOCABULARY. &. GUIDED QUESTIONS. DAY 39. NEXT, TABLE OF CONTENTS. Table of Contents. Date. Page. Math Vocabulary. 12/5/12. 77. Guided Question. 12/5/12. 78. NEXT, MATH VOCABULARY. 12/5/12. 77. Math Vocabulary. rhombus – a four-sided polygon ( quadrilateral),.

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**MATH VOCABULARY**& GUIDED QUESTIONS DAY 39**NEXT,**TABLE OF CONTENTS**Table of Contents**Date Page Math Vocabulary 12/5/12 77 Guided Question 12/5/12 78**NEXT,**MATH VOCABULARY**12/5/12**77 Math Vocabulary rhombus – a four-sided polygon (quadrilateral), with four equal (=) sides, and 2 pairs of parallel sides, and at least 2 lines of symmetry. A rhombus looks like a leaning square.**NEXT,**INDEX**R**round 11 reasonableness 13 regroup 15 ray 21 repeating pattern 39 related 43 remainder 53 rectangle 75 rhombus 77**NEXT,**GUIDED QUESTION**12/5/12**78 Guided Question**Question of the Day:**Hal made this graph to show the number of hours that he worked for four weeks. If Hal earned $6 an hour, how much money did he earn during Week 2?**12/5/12**78 Guided Question Hal made this graph to show the number of hours that he worked for four weeks. If Hal earned $6 an hour, how much money did he earn during Week 2?**Find the value of Week 2’s bar = 5. Hal worked 5 hours**Week 2 • and each hour he was paid $6. To find out how much • he earned in Week 2 you need to multiply (x) 5 and 6 • together. The answer is what you are looking for. 5 x 6 = 30 The Answer is 30**REMEMBER**If you fall behind use my WEB PAGE to fill in the missing parts.

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