## Tuesday, November 17, 2009

### Nhea's Squares, Scribepost, 11/17/09

What are the dimensions of the next 5 biggest squares?
The dimensions are -
1x1
2x2
3x3
4x4
5x5
What are the areas of these squares? draw them using grid paper.
The areas are -
1 - 1
2 - 4
3 - 9
4 - 16
5 - 25
6 - 36
7 - 49
What is the relationship between the side lingth of the square and the area? The relationship would be that if you multiple the side lengths together you would get the area.

Why are the areas called perfect squares or square numbers?
Because the area is made up of the amount of unit squares in a whole square.

1. good job ! I liked how you used an selection of different colours and how you explained how you got your area of the square for your last question .

2. Good job! I like how you showed the area for the last question. I also like how you used different colours to show us how to understand it more clearly. Once again GOOD JOB! (:

3. good job! good use of colours.. we could see easily that you really work hard on this

you explained it really well

and yur diagram is really good too!

4. awesome job dopewell, the diagrams really helped explaining your presentation.

5. Good job. I liked how you used lots of colors but you should have used the colors to show important words.

6. good job' Nhea .great use of colours.

you explain it very well

Nice job.awesome!

7. I liked how you and how you explained how you got your area of the square for your questions
I also like how you used different colours to show us how to understand it more clearly.
i could see easily that you really work hard on this
you should have used the colors to show important words.

8. Good job on showing that you understand what your doing. As Ronny said I think you should have used lesser colors on the squares and more colors on the important words.But you did a good job.

9. Good job Nhea! I liked how you explained what we have done very well! Also the diagrams really had helped me understand about squares. Great Job Nhea Again!