## Tuesday, March 23, 2010

### What do you know about numbers?

Tell us what you know about prime numbers, multiplication of numbers, and how to calculate volume of a rectangle. Let's see where we are at the beginning, then we'll come back and post at the end of class and see what we know at the end!

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I know how to multiply, but need a quick reminder for prime numbers and volume.

ReplyDeleteLori

I know my multiplication.

ReplyDeleteJudy clarke

Multiplication- I know a little about this like 5x5 = 24.

ReplyDeletePrime - I know nothing about.

Valume of a rectangle- I know nothing about.

Danielle.

What are prime numbers and volume?

ReplyDeleteRobin

I KNOW MY MULTIPLICATION NOT SURE ABOUT THE OTHERS.

ReplyDeleteI don't know what prime is. and a little bit about volume.

ReplyDeleteJudy Clarke

What are prime numbers?To calculate volume u have to multiply all sides.

ReplyDeleteJeannie

I've learn about the prime numbers and about volume. It's very interesting. It has refresh my mind. I'm loving it. I'm interested in learning it all.

ReplyDeleteprime numbers divided by one, volume lxwxh ,distance fomula is great u multiply or divid.

ReplyDeleteRobin

Thanks I think I have it!!!

ReplyDelete* D=rxt D= distance X R= rate x T= time

* Multi of decimals count over the number of spaces.

* Prime numbers are that are only divided by one and it self. Composite are all other numbers

Lori

Volume- x lenght hight width to get your answer.

ReplyDeletedanielle

A prime number is a number that can be divided by only one and itself.

ReplyDeleteErica

prime numbers divied by one,volume lxwxh, distance fomula is good for me u multiply or divid and D=rt is great i love blogging jeannie

ReplyDeletePrime numbers- are divided by it's self and one.

ReplyDeleted=rxt d = distance x rate x time

Danielle

I've learn about prime numbers and all about volume. and I'm always interested in learning more about everything.

ReplyDeleteJudy Clarke

I STILL HAVE A LITTLE TROUBLE WITH PRIME NUMBERS. I WAS ABLE TO UNDERSTAND VOLUME QUICKER THAN THE OTHER THINGS WE'VE BEEN LEARNING. GAIL

ReplyDeletevolume equals lengthxheightxwidth

ReplyDeleteErica