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Hi. I dont seem to have SL 8.3 in my study links, so I cant do it. Sorry, do you have an alternitive?

Avalon-You can do 8.5 if you do not have 8.3.-Mrs. Miller

On problems 1 and 2, rectangles A and B there are no bold lines to show the rectangle, does that mean that the rectangle is the whole 1-centimeter grid? Have a good night,see you tomorrow, Your student, Helene :)

HeleneI dont have a copy of the homework here with me. But, I would just use your best judgment and we can go over it together tomorrow.-Mrs. Miller

Just to clarify we are not aloud to count the squares inside to find the area, unless… the squares inside are not split or cut in anyway. Right? Your student, Helene

Correct. Try to use the L x W and (L x W)/2

Hi. I dont seem to have SL 8.3 in my study links, so I cant do it. Sorry, do you have an alternitive?

ReplyDeleteAvalon-

DeleteYou can do 8.5 if you do not have 8.3.

-Mrs. Miller

On problems 1 and 2, rectangles A and B there are no bold lines to show the rectangle, does that mean that the rectangle is the whole 1-centimeter grid? Have a good night,see you tomorrow,

ReplyDeleteYour student,

Helene :)

Helene

DeleteI dont have a copy of the homework here with me.

But, I would just use your best judgment and we can go over it together tomorrow.

-Mrs. Miller

Just to clarify we are not aloud to count the squares inside to find the area, unless… the squares inside are not split or cut in anyway.

ReplyDeleteRight?

Your student,

Helene

Correct.

DeleteTry to use the L x W and (L x W)/2