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Five with Ferster Day 1. To begin today, let’s consider these 5 problems. Take some time to work on these by yourself, or with a friend. . Problem #1. The drawing at the right shows the line with equation Points A and B are the y-intercept and x-intercept of the line.

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Five with FersterDay 1

To begin today, let’s consider these 5 problems. Take some time to work on these by yourself, or with a friend. 

Problem #1
• The drawing at the right shows the line with equation
• Points A and B are the y-intercept and x-intercept of the line.
• Point M is the midpoint of
• Determine the coordinates of point M.

A

M

B

Problem #2
• Find the perimeter of triangle ABC shown at the right.

B

C

A

Problem #3
• Sparky is wrapping 2 lovely gifts for his math teacher in Green Bay Packers wrapping paper. GO PACK GO!! Each gift has the shape of a rectangular prism (Think shoe box). The larger of the 2 boxes has a length, width, and height that is exactly 3 times as large as the corresponding measurements of the smaller box. What is the relationship between the surface area of the 2 gift boxes?
Problem #4
• You have just plotted the following points:

A: (1,1)

B: (4,1)

C: (4,5)

• You believe that when connected, the shape is a right triangle. How might you prove that assertion?
Problem #5

Rope reaches to here

• As shown, a goat is tied to the corner of a 5 meter by 4 meter rectangular shed by an 8 meter piece of rope. Rounded to the nearest square meter, calculate the area upon which the goat is able to graze. Use 3.14 for

Goat is tied here

4 meters

5 meters

Rope reaches to here