As you can see, we drew a number line. For every each perfect square, we had to put a square around the number all the way up to 25. We also filled out the side length for each of the perfect squares (Which is very easy to answer) Okay now moving on.. Ms. Usisken also showed us a pattern about those squares. Here's a diagram that will help you explain everything!
As you can see, I putted a black square on every perfect square. And I putted red squares between the numbers between the perfect squares. Now do you see a pattern that is going on? The not perfect squares grows by 2 each time! There is another pattern also! I will show you in the next diagram.
So for this diagram, I putted a black square for the perfect squares. But, instead of putting boxes for this picture, I putted dashes! So this is our next pattern called "Squares between perfect squares" This diagram is also similar to the other diagram but it's using spaces! There is one more thing I need to show you. So here's the diagram;
Since I didn't remember why Ms. Usisken drew this picture but this is the key on finishing the your homework! Also she gave us a few examples on fractions and decimals. So look at the diagram one. Just pretend it's filled with those fractions. For example, 2 as a fraction, it would be one and one-third. As a decimal, it would be 1.33. See what I mean? If you don't get it please comment on what I confuse you.
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