## Thursday, October 27, 2011

### We Day Part 1

Tomorrow we start our journey to We Day. But today we have a last math poverty assignment. You need to take your World Poverty Chart and create a Box and Whisker Plot.  You need to use 3 different number lines.  One will have an interval of 2, one an interval of 5 and one an interval of 10.  You will use the same data of Upper and Lower Extremes, Upper and Lower Quartiles and the Median for each graph.  Make sure to title your 3 Box and Whisker Plots and do not touch the number line with your box.

Harbeck

## Wednesday, October 26, 2011

### Box and Whisker Plot

Here is the data to plot for tomorrow.

## Monday, October 24, 2011

### Graph Test Tomorrow

Here is today's practice test.  Tomorrows test will look similar.  Remember to label all axis, title each graph and show work for Mean Median and Mode.

Here is the video of the cinnamon bun making.

## Wednesday, October 19, 2011

### 3 Graph Homework

Here are todays slides from class.

Poverty math 2
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Remember to make 3 graphs one for the larger percent countries (choose 5 countries), one for the lower percent countries (choose 5 countries) and the final one combines the two other graphs.

## Tuesday, October 18, 2011

### Poverty Math

Here are your class notes.

## Friday, October 14, 2011

### Measures of Central Tendency

Here are your notes from today with the data about your total calories. Please have this work done and your graphs complete by Tuesday.

## Thursday, October 13, 2011

### Graphing Information

Today in class we talked about calories and graphs.  Here are the links you need to complete it.

Calorie counters

http://www.thecaloriecounter.com/

Your homework is to calculate you caloric intake for today or yesterday.  You also need to recreate the two graphs in your handout on the grid paper provided.  Please make sure you follow the graphing conventions.  Use all of the paper and see you tomorrow.

## Monday, October 10, 2011

### Your First Post and it is about..... proportion

Welcome to your blogs.  Your first post will be a wrap up of your proportion unit.  You need to have a review of all the work you have done.  None of this will be new.  Consider it the first chapter in your exam review!! Yep I said the "E" word EXAM!! It will also remind you of all the fantastic things you can do to make a blog post pop instead of being boring.

• ratio
• rate
• proportion
Good definitions have pictures, words and examples.

Copy these questions into your post.  Answer them using proportion statements.
1. 5 hours to travel 360 miles is about _____mph
2. As a playgroup worker, if I increase the amount of apple juice I am serving at the playgroup from 25 ml to 100 ml, how much should I increase the the orange juice to, to keep the quantities in the same proportion? The orange juice is 50 ml to start with.
What are the three ways you can prove that equivalent ratio statements are true?
3/4 = 12/16  or 4/9 = 16/32

Find a video about using proportion and embed it in your post.  Make sure you select the small size of the video.

We are starting to engage in discussions about social justice.  What do you think about this image below.  Use the link to copy it into your post.  Then answer the questions

1. Does this seem fair?
2. With what you know about proportion look and read what is in the image above.  Does it seem just and fair? Why have you made this choice?
3. What would you have done if you were the judge?
Title your post _______'s Proportion Post
Label your post username817 (Bif817, Mortimer814 etc) and proportion post (two words lower case)

Due Date Friday October 14th

### Think about Proportion and Justice

Does this seem fair? With what you know about proportion look and read what is in the image below.  Does it seem just? What would you have done if you were the judge? I welcome your comments.

## Friday, October 07, 2011

### Turkey and a Pink Proportion Booklet

Ah Thanksgiving, a time to give thanks and even more importantly a time to finish your Pink Proportion BookletHere is what is required to have it completed

1. Cover Running Proportion Booklet
2. Tab 1 What is a Proportion
3. Tab 2 All of your calculations for the Running walking and jogging 10m and changing this into 100, 400, 1 mile and 1255m
4. Tab 3 What is rate and unit rate have 2 examples of using rate to compare values (salsa questions) and 3 other random rate questions.
5. Last tab Recipe question.  Choose a recipe that serves 4 to 6 people and change it to a recipe that would feed 10.  Show the original recipe and the changed recipe. Every ingredient needs to change!
Here is a recipe that will make your teeth fall out it is sooooo good.

# Pumpkin Pie with Toffee-Walnut Topping

## Thursday, October 06, 2011

Today in class we did some practice work for our test tomorrow.  If you use a word ratio the questions fall into place and are simpler.  Practice Practice Practice.  Here is the link to the page you need to download the questions.  They are circled in red in the image below.