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Question #18.

If you can't really see that, the question states.

**A floor mat for gymnastics is a square with a side length of 14. What is the area of the floor mat in square meters?**

One of the methods that you can use to find this problem out is:

Drawing it.

So, It said a side length is

*14*, right.

So we would show it like this:

So.

This is the

**formula**to find the area

.

If you can not read that, or unable to read that.

The

**formula**is:**SxS=A**

14x14=196

14x14=196

**196=Area**

*A=Area.*

*S=Side.*

So the answer to question 18. -

*A floor mat for gymnastics is a square with a side length of 14. What is the area of the floor mat in square meters?*

*is - 196 metres squared.*

*Question 20:*

If you don't like how it says. It states:

**Adam’s uncle has instructions for building**

**a shed. One page of the instructions,**

**shown below, is not very clear.**

**a) What is the area of the rectangle?**

**b) What is the side length of the square?**

The formula to get the area is :

Or in another form.:

**SxS=A**

**4x9=36**

**36=A**

*A=Area*

S=Side.

S=Side.

What is the area of a square:

The area of a square is: 6 cm

Question 22:

If you can't read that , it says :

**The world’s largest city square is**

**Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China.**

**It has an area of 396 900 m2.**

**a) What are the dimensions of the square?**

**b) If the square had dimensions of 629 m**

**by 629 m, what would be the area?**

**c) If the square had an area less than**

**394 000 m2 and greater than**

**386 000 m2, what are all of the**

**possible whole number dimensions**

**that it could have?**

I looked and looked and asked many questions, but I do not know how to get the dimensions, I am very sorry about this, but I can not find it anywhere, I am very very sorry.

Nice job Jocelyn! Your pictures were very clear but maybe next time try to include more colour to make the important words stand out. I liked how you included a picture of the actual question in the textbook. Keep it up!

ReplyDeleteGood Job Jocelyn! I agree with Melanie that your pictures are clear and maybe next time add some colours. Keep it up .

ReplyDeleteGood job Jocelyn , I liked how you posted pictures, which are very clear & understandable , However next time try to add some colors to your scribe to add some character to the scribe , Other than that , you did a awesome job! . Keep it up!

ReplyDeleteGreat job Jocelyn! I liked how you added pictures but next time try to add more colors to make it more beautiful. Keep it up! ^_^

ReplyDeleteNice job Jocelyn! Wow, long! I liked how you added the photo wiith the tag and the border around it. But maybe also use larger words. And add a little reminder because that really helps people with them knowing what they have to do.

ReplyDeleteGood Job! Your post was very long, i like how you put pictures but some of them are a bit to big. other than that Good Job!

ReplyDeleteGreat job Jocelyn! I liked your pictures, even though some were a little bit small. I liked how you used bold and italics for impportant information, because my eyes locked onto it quickly. Also, I liked how you explained what the question was when the picture that contained the question, was a little bit small too read. However, I didn;t understand how you got the area of the square when you got the area of the rectangle. Despite my confusions, I enjoyed reading this post. (Y)

ReplyDeleteGreat job, Jocelyn !

ReplyDeleteYour pictures were really good.

For number 18 and 20, I got the same answers as you .

For the last one, I asked my mommy and auntie what the

dimensionof a square would be, and they said, " the size " .A)So if the area was 396 900, the dimension would be 630m by 630m because 630(squared) equals to 396 900.B)629m by 629m = 395 641 .l(length)x w(width) = area

629 x 629 = 395 641

C)625m x 625m = 390 625 . It islessthan 394 00 .