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Using the table below, list the students long jump distances from least to greatest:

-Rectangular Prism

-Cube

-Triangular Prism

-Pyramid

-Cylinder

-Sphere

-Cone

Make a road map of an imaginary city. The map can be made on paper or using the iPad. The map should include the following examples:

-Roads with names

-One pair of parallel roads

-One pair of perpendicular roads

-One pair of roads that intersect, but are not perpendicular

-Roads that form an obtuse angle

-Roads that form an acute angle

-Roads that form a right angle

Work with a partner to create examples of each of the following geometry terms. Take a picture of these examples and show them to me in your photos.

-Parallel

-Perpendicular

-Intersecting (without being perpendicular)

-Right angle

-Obtuse angle

-Acute angle

-Quadrilateral

Using

2/8 + 4/8 =

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1) Write two fractions. One must be improper and one must be proper.

2) Compare the two fractions using cross multiplication.

3) Convert the largest fraction to a decimal.

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Explore different ways to color one-half of the area of this design. Provide four different illustrations two display one-half.

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- Poll the class about how many students have a birthday in each of the four seasons

- Create a pie chart to reflect your findings.

Bar Graph

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Using only the following keys:

6 ÷ - x + =

Make your display read 7. Keys can be used more than once. Write a description of what

you have done.

6 ÷ - x + =

Make your display read 7. Keys can be used more than once. Write a description of what

you have done.

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