|For the purpose of our lesson, here are the dimensions:|
width = 8 cm
length = 14. 4 cm
height = 21 cm
Here are the answers for the Math test that I will redesign. There will be fewer questions and I will be clear in my wording, although it was not that bad. I strongly encourage you to review the concepts we have looked at. This should be in your notebook, from your homework, and on the sideboard in the classroom.
In addition, I found another video to explain how to reduce fractions to the lowest terms. While I applaud the perspective offered by the Math Antics video, this one is consistent with the method we have been using in class.
I did not take any photos, but the incoming Grade 6 students from Pauline Public School popped in for an orientation of our school. Ms. Kramer provided all of the 6s with a handout of the items they will need for next September. Yes, I know that is a way off, but it is okay to plan a little.
The answer for the surface area of the box is 1171.2 square centimetres. The volume is 2419.2 cubed centimetres for this box.
update!! When the Google based Surface Area app was used, it thought there were six faces. Our granola bar box only has 5 faces, since the top was removed.
|updated answer: thanks to the sharp students in Room 28 who pointed this out!|