**3.**To find these answers, you have to find the two closest square roots that has 5, 18, 78, or 95 between. (depends what question you are doing)

5. a) calculated answer : 4.123 (rounded to the nearest thousandths)

**b) calculated answer : 9.219 (rounded to the nearest thousandths)**

**(first way) You have to find the two closest square roots to the number you are looking for (17 & 85) and then determine whether it is less than half way or more than half way. After you figure that out, you put a decimal either less than .5, more than .5, or exactly .5**

**(second way) You have to find the two closest square roots to the number you are looking for (17 & 18) and subtract the larger square root to the smaller square root and that will be your denominator. Your numerator will depend on how far your number is to the smallest square root. Eg. 17 is one away from 16 therefore the numerator will be 1.**

**7.**To answer this question, I did almost the same thing as number 5, except I changed the numbers.

Here is a video about estimating square roots. It isn't really how we learned it today but it's almost the same, just a different way.

Here is a link to help you with estimating square roots. It really helps! (:

1. Answer in a short paragraph and with diagrams.

The

**a****²**and**b****²**represents the area of the two legs and the**c****²**represents the area of the hypotenuse which is also the longest side of a right triangle. The pythagorean relationship determines whether or not the triangle is a**right triangle**by adding up the two areas of the legs and if a² + b² = c² it is a right triangle. If a² + b² do**not**add up to c² it is not a right triangle.2. Solve for the missing side length.

3. Is this a right triangle? Prove it!!!

No, because the sum of the area of the two legs do

**not**equal to the hypotenuse. In conclusion, this triangle is**NOT**a right triangle.
Good job Norien i like how you made The answer in a different colour so it stands out an i also how you added the pictures because it really explains a lot and you explained everything really clear .the link that you put was very helpful an also the video .All in all you did an awesome job ... KEEP IT UP :D

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ReplyDeletegood job norien! nice explantions for the answers especially number #7 I did not get the answer for that and thanks for explaning it so I can understand and the picture shows it really well and I like the way you use the colour to show the answre and the video is a nice touch. Good job norien.

ReplyDeleteGreat job on the blog post Norien I really like how you took pictures of all your work and the link you gave was pretty helpful too I also really like the video you added overall i think you did a great job.

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ReplyDeleteI liked your pictures and information. Your video was great and the post was interesting. This post helped me know more about the topic and get how to do the steps and work. You did good with colour and putting it to the important facts which most people dont do. Overall great job!

Good Job Norien! I love the way you showed how to get the answer in two different ways! Also, I liked how you explain step by step the things you did to get that answer. I adore how you put different colour to the other words to make them noticeable. When I was reading your blog, it was really clear and understandable. Keep up the fantastic work norien!

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