*Probability!*

Probability is something else we're learning, and it's pretty fun. We started with some basic things like how many times each number will show up if we roll a 6-sided die once, and heads or tails.

*Cartisian Plane!*

During the last few days of school, we've really been cramming in math and for once, I don't mind! Practicing the cartisian plane isn't so bad. We've been practicing by playing games like Battleship on graph paper.

We also had to make a shape and label all the points in all the 4 Quadrants.

We also had to make a shape and label all the points in all the 4 Quadrants.

*Stats!*

**Mean**=

**average**(add all the numbers then divide them by how many numbers there are.)

Example: Melissa spent $10 at the store, Amber spent $20 and Victoria spent $5. 10+20= 30 +5= 35 ÷ 3= 11.66.

So the average amount someone would spend is $11.66

**Median**=

**middle number(s)**(write the numbers in order and cross off a number off of both sides and keep going, whatever is rest is the median.)

**Mean**=

**the number that occurs the most.**

Example: 10, 55, 1026585, 10, 556, 87, 10 = 10 is the mean.

**Range**=

**Least to greatest numbers in the sequence.**

Example: 4, 8, 92, 2854, 10000, 78, 2. The range is 2 to 10000.

*Divisibility rules! *

Divisibility rules are what we are currently learning and it's really fun and easy!

Here are the rules from 2-10:

Rule for 2: The last digit has to be an even number; like 0,2,4,6, or 8 for the whole number to be divisible.

Rule for 3: You have to add up all the digits and if the sum is a multiple of 3, then the whole number is divisible by 3.

Rule for 4: Look at the last 2 numbers, and if they are multiples of 4, then the whole number is divisible by 4.

Rule for 5: The last digit has to be a 0 or 5.

Rule for 6: Apply the rule for 2 and then, the rule for 3. If they both correctly work, then the whole number is divisible by 6.

Rule for 7: Double the last digit and subtract it from the rest of the numbers, repeat this process if needed.

Rule for 8: If the last 3 digits are divisible by 8, then the whole number is divisible.

Rule for 9: Apply the rule for 3; add up all the numbers and if the sum is divisible by 9, then the whole number is divisible.

Rule for 10: The last digit has to only be 0.

Here are the rules from 2-10:

Rule for 2: The last digit has to be an even number; like 0,2,4,6, or 8 for the whole number to be divisible.

Rule for 3: You have to add up all the digits and if the sum is a multiple of 3, then the whole number is divisible by 3.

Rule for 4: Look at the last 2 numbers, and if they are multiples of 4, then the whole number is divisible by 4.

Rule for 5: The last digit has to be a 0 or 5.

Rule for 6: Apply the rule for 2 and then, the rule for 3. If they both correctly work, then the whole number is divisible by 6.

Rule for 7: Double the last digit and subtract it from the rest of the numbers, repeat this process if needed.

Rule for 8: If the last 3 digits are divisible by 8, then the whole number is divisible.

Rule for 9: Apply the rule for 3; add up all the numbers and if the sum is divisible by 9, then the whole number is divisible.

Rule for 10: The last digit has to only be 0.

*Math sheet!*

This is one of the recent math sheets we've gotten and I'm happy that I quickly picked up on the math after being away for so long. I find this math very easy and fun.

*Update/ Another successful math test!*

We have now progressed to learning about the

The math test we recently had was so easy to me and I got...

**in class. I'm very happy because I love this type of math and I consider it to be more of a game rather than a math question. It's very fun to have to go through the steps and create puzzles and brain-testers questions!***Order Of Operations*The math test we recently had was so easy to me and I got...

**! I am very proud of what I got and I'm happy with it because I feel like the time and energy I spent creating and solving math questions was worth it! I love learning***43/43**!***BEDMAS***Big 5's!*

Most of the Big 5's I have been solving I find really fun and easy, and little brain testers. I'm happy because I've been getting good marks and not because I care about the mark, but because im glad knowing that I understand the math enough to get full marks!

*Crazy math!*

Me, Ruqaiyah and Morgan solved this crazy math problem in over 20 minutes! There were so many numbers and equations to solve but we did it!

*Math test!*

This is one of the math tests we did in class and I got 7/7. I am very happy with the mark I got because I easily knew each answer and I was confident with the explanations I gave. The only question that I got wrong was the bonus question on the back because I originally had trouble with the math and I didn't study it, so I was confused and didn't get it right. But now that I do understand, I'm happier that I got it wrong because I learned from my mistake and learned that I have to keep trying when I fail to understand something.

*Ratio! *

In my opinion, ratio is really fun and I enjoy doing it! So far, all we did with ratio is a worksheet and applying it ot our dream room. I really enjoy it because I like having to do the math and calculate it; from guessing to actually doing the real math. I'm excited for us to do more with ratio!

*My million dollar room!*

To tie in math with real life scenarios, we've been introduced to the show 'Million Dollar Room', a show of which shows us a room that looks like a million dollars because it costs a million dollars! I've seen a few episodes of this show before, and I'm really excited to be able to apply it to my own life.

The project is for us to be able to create our million dollar room, using and identifying angles, fractions, decimals, ratio and many many more in this room.

In my dream room, it will be very classy but still entertaining and fun; I am still a kid!

It will have a grand waterfall as the main focal point, and many gorgeous couches and plush pillows. Also, huge walk in closets will be around; each one as if its own room! Huge Nutella fountains will be in the middle; with racks of clothes and bags and shoes and scarves and pants and hats all around!

The project is for us to be able to create our million dollar room, using and identifying angles, fractions, decimals, ratio and many many more in this room.

In my dream room, it will be very classy but still entertaining and fun; I am still a kid!

It will have a grand waterfall as the main focal point, and many gorgeous couches and plush pillows. Also, huge walk in closets will be around; each one as if its own room! Huge Nutella fountains will be in the middle; with racks of clothes and bags and shoes and scarves and pants and hats all around!

*Million Dollar room Presentation! *

We presented our million dollar rooms and I thought I did pretty well. I had the math labeled underneath each 3D object so I could describe and explain everything easily. I talked about the scale, ratio, angles, and more. I think I could have done better if I improved on the art aspect, as I know I could have made it look better.

A new lesson we learned in math class, is how to multiply using the Lattice Method. Since I wasn't able to place a picture, here's the link to a video we watched to help teach us.

* Angles!*

Now in math, we are taking some of the PLO's from he first project and going further with them; we took angles and are now getting used to measuring and defining angles in the environment. We had an Angles Scavenger Hunt, where we had to look around the school and find original examples of the angles.

The angles are:

- Right

- Straight

- 360 degrees

- 180 degrees

- Acute

- Obtuse

- Reflex

Here are some ways we showed each one in our powerpoint:

- My shoelace that was criss-crossed looked like an acute angle

- The wheel chair ramp was slightly on a tilt so it was an obtuse angle

- The middle of a picture of a flower was 360 degrees

- The garbage can is 360 degrees

- The computer monitor is 360 degrees

- The way the chair meets with the metal legs is an acute angle

The angles are:

- Right

- Straight

- 360 degrees

- 180 degrees

- Acute

- Obtuse

- Reflex

Here are some ways we showed each one in our powerpoint:

- My shoelace that was criss-crossed looked like an acute angle

- The wheel chair ramp was slightly on a tilt so it was an obtuse angle

- The middle of a picture of a flower was 360 degrees

- The garbage can is 360 degrees

- The computer monitor is 360 degrees

- The way the chair meets with the metal legs is an acute angle

*Skee Ball. *

This game is called Skee Ball, and just includes the action of rolling the ball up on the ramp towards one of the holes. The higher up the hole, the more the points.

Again, I thought this was a fun game and the math was included very slightly, and didn't involve as much calculating as the other.

Again, I thought this was a fun game and the math was included very slightly, and didn't involve as much calculating as the other.

*Math: Finished project. *

Bear Bowling.

Bear Bowling.

So this is what one of our 2 games looked like. It's called Bear Bowling, and the point of this game is to be able to roll a ball through the tunnel and knock down some bears; whilst having 3 tries. Once those three tries are over, you calculate your points as decimals, fractions and mixed numbers as the picture below shows.

My self reflection on this game was that I thought it was fun as an actual game, it wasn't too easy but not too hard. For the actual math part, I'm satisfied with the way it turned out and how me and my group included all the PLO's, and showed the volume, area, angles, and other PLO's on the game as proof. We calculated all the numbers as each, and labeled the volume with it's height x width x length, as well as the others.

My self reflection on this game was that I thought it was fun as an actual game, it wasn't too easy but not too hard. For the actual math part, I'm satisfied with the way it turned out and how me and my group included all the PLO's, and showed the volume, area, angles, and other PLO's on the game as proof. We calculated all the numbers as each, and labeled the volume with it's height x width x length, as well as the others.

* Me and Madison have made an example of a math lesson we learned. *

This picture shows me and Madison's quick guide on how to add and subtract decimals using a place value chart.

* Long division.*

We learned how to divide using long division. Madison and I created a quick example so that my classmates and I don't forget how to do what we learned in class today.

Now during math, we've learned long division with decimals on both sides. I struggled with it at the beginning because the numbers were a bit confusing and so was the strategy, but once I practiced and mastered several strategies, it is really fun to do.