To start off today's class we all congratulated Crysta on her **Fantastic!** scribe post. Once again, great job Crysta! Mr. K was also trying to explain to us the meaning of how much one million (1000000) really is. If we broke it down to how long it would take to reach one million by receiving one penny each second. When we finished calculated it, it took 11.5 hours. Then we decided to calculate how long it would take to reach a billion (1000000000). We all found out that it would take 32 years to reach that. We also realized that we haven't even lived for a billion seconds yet AND one billion penny's will fit into 5 school buses. Quite interesting, don't you think? If you're wondering how Mr. K knew all this, he went to this website

http://www.kokogiak.com/megapenny/

Anyway, once we got back onto to track we discussed questions that we had trouble with from last nights homework and we did Investigation 5.

**(a) Choose 6 different points on the circumference of the circle. Do not space them out evenly. Label these points A, B, C, D, E and F.**

So this part is pretty straight forward. We start with a blank circle and add 6 points anywhere on the circumference.

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**(b) Construct angles ACB, ADB and AEB.**For this part of the investigation, we're pretty much making chords, but these are to make angles.

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**(c) Measure the angles formed at C, D and E.**

So here we take the angles and measure them. It's best to write them down that way we can keep track of them. instead of just adding it to the picture.

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When I completed this step in class, i got this:

ACB = 13°

ADB = 13°

AEB = 13°*Notice a pattern?*

**(d) Construct angles EAF, EBF and ECF.**

Here, we will repeat what we did for (b).

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**(e) Measure the angles formed at A, B and C.**Here we'll do the same as (c).

EAF = 60°

EBF =60°

ECF =60°

**(f) What do you notive about all these angles? Can you articulate a general rule for what you have found? Your sentence should begin:**

"If two (or more) inscribed angles are subtended by the same arc, then..."

Have you seen the pattern to these? Well, If you have you've noticed that all the angles come out to equal the same. To complete the sentence can be said in different ways.

i) ... they have the same measure.

ii) ... are congruent

iii) or in your own words!

So there you have it! investigation 5! I don't know if it's just me but these things are super fun to do. haha. (:

Anyway. Homework for the weekend is:

1. Attempt to complete Investigation 6. (but if you get frustrated with it, then leave it be)

2. Exercise 31.

3. Project (due monday)

4. Picture of a parabola put onto Flickr. (due thursday)**REMEMBER TO DO YOUR HOMEWORK, GUYS. =)**

As for the next scribe.. i think** the only person left is MELISSA! .. haha. if i'm wrong, correct me, otherwise, Have a great weekend!

Congratulations Sandy. This post much easier to read and understand now that you use bubbleshare to animate your ideas.

ReplyDeleteI am impressed with the clarity of your writing and the detail of your images.

I think this could go in the hall of fame. It is just like Chrysta's.

That will be up to your classmates to decide.

Perhaps this is now the new "norm" for students taking this course. I Challenge the rest of you to go back and edit your previous posts to include animations like the ones you see here from bubbleshare.

Hey it is only one of many new tools available at studentblogandwikitools.wikispaces.com

Thanks for taking the time to scribe.

Mr. Harbeck

Sargent Park School

Good scribe Sandy!

ReplyDeleteI think all your devotion deserves a vote =)