Today you started your "How to learn math" course on youcubed.. During the next six weeks, you will be learning about:
Here is a slightly strange photograph I took of the moon. As you can see, there is definitely some symmetry going on but can you explain this is more detail. Here is some vocabulary you may (or may not) find useful.
Yesterday was a good days work. I can see that you have a pretty good understanding of line symmetry and can create images with multiple lines of symmetry. Some of you were beginning to explore rotational symmetry in a bit more depth but I don't think anybody had chance to look at translations. I'd like you to carry on with your slideshows today. Remember:
Here is an example just to get you going.
Click on the vocabulary list below and it will take you to a very useful website. Using this website, I would like you to create a google slideshow introducing symmetry. You need to include as many types of symmetry as possible and be creative with your examples.
Clicking on the image below will take you to a Khan Academy "Introduction to multiplying decimals"
And the image below is a link to a further Khan Academy video
And here is another useful website which offers you some easy steps for multiplying with decimals. Finally, there is also a BrainPop video which is useful to watch. When you are feeling confident, try this problem:
Click on the image below to play "100 Percent", or click here to play "Would You Rather."