## Wednesday, March 21, 2012

### Surface Area Post Edit

Recently you completed a Surface Area Post. Please edit this post now. You need to add these four volume questions to the bottom of your Surface Area Post.  It is due on Friday March 23rd.

Title Change the title to now read *******'s Surface area and Volume Post.
Labels Please add Volume to the labels.
You need to calculate the volume of these 4 prisms.  Use these images and show your work at the blog.

To make exponents remember the following
Switch to edit html
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Congratulations on doing so well at Manga High.  Keep playing over Spring Break.

## Tuesday, March 13, 2012

### Finding Creative Commons Media for your 2 Minutes Movie

This is an excellent site
When you are searching at the Creative Commons Website you can find all sorts of media.  You can find images, music, video and so much more.  It is important to cite all of your sources.  Always paste the link into your Google Presentation and keep yourselves organized.

Practice searching for images using this site.  You should also search for music for your video too.  The best music for these videos will not have words.  Enjoy searching for media you can use in your videos.

## Friday, March 09, 2012

### Surface Area Post

Welcome to your Surface Area Post.  Please do the following things.

Labels, Surface Area,
Title *****'s Surface Area Post

In the body of the post you need to include the following,
• Rectangular Prism
• Triangular Prism
• Cylinder
Use the three solids that are on your foldable from class.

This post is due on Monday March 12th.

## Thursday, March 01, 2012

### Problem of the Week #2

Once again leave your answer in the comments.

Ben can never tell a lie. George can never tell the truth.  One of them said " The other one said he is George."  Which one said that?

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### Problem of the Week

Here is a new feature at the Mathzone. Leave your answers behind in the comments.

If you were given a can of cola that was 97% caffeine-free, how many cans of cola would you have to drink in order to consume the same amount of caffeine found in a regular cola?

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