In ceramics we did a group project were we had to create abstract dinnerware. We had to create four pieces as a group. We had to communicate to stay organized, we all started with having our own project to work on but throughout the thing we ended up helping each other. Lily and I made … Continue reading Ceramics Group Project
5 important things I learned this year This year in Ms. Burton’s block B math 9 class we learned many different things in the following units: Rationals, exponents, linear relations, polynomials, equations and inequalities, similarities, finances, and data analysis. We learned so many things that I will use in my following years of high … Continue reading Top 5 things I learned in grade 9 math
Measure the sugar in the following: Child, Small, Medium, Large McDonald’s pops (coca cola): Child: 350mls has 28g of sugar Small: 440ml has 39g of sugar Medium: 570ml has 56g of sugar Large: 860ml has 82g of sugar Gatorade: 591ml has 35g of sugar Energy drink (Red Bull): 240ml has 26g of sugar … Continue reading Sugar Nutritional facts
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Here are some pictures of my birdhouse in ceramics. In this project I got to use my critical and creative thinking. We had to use critical thinking to make sure the structure was strong.
What are similarities and what classifies something as one? A similarity is two or more things that are the same shape. They can be enlarged or reduced but if they are still proportional to the other shape they are similar. Example: Notice how if you match up the smallest side of each triangle and the … Continue reading What I learned in grade 9 similarities
A linear relation is a pattern or equation that when plotted on a graph makes a straight line. … Continue reading What I learned in grade 9 linear relations