October 16, 2017 by Mr Richo
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Here is the link you need to use to access your percentage of questions.
- You need to do a minimum of 18 questions.
- Questions can be from different levels (6 from easy, 6 from medium, 6 from hard or 9 from medium 9 from hard etc.)
- You must show your working out.
- Put headings, questions and neat presentation.
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October 4, 2016 by Mr Richo
Take a photograph of the catalogue above that was in the Herald Sun after the Doggie’s win. The Doggies sold $1,000,000 of merchandise in one day thanks to their Grand Final efforts. Organise a spread sheet showing how they made their money. Each piece of Merchandise will have it’s own column. Use NUMBERS and include a column for ……
ITEM COST AMOUNT SUBTOTAL
-using your subtotal column add up how much you have made.
October 3, 2016 by Mr Richo
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May 16, 2016 by Mr Richo
Over the next few weeks in class, we will be looking at statistics. Today, I want to see what you know about using statistics and data to create your own graphs.
Visit this website http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eqarchives/year/byyear.php , it tells you the largest earthquakes from the year 1990 – 2014. Using this data, create a graph displaying the varying magnitude of each earthquake, per year.
For example, the largest earthquake in 1993 recorded a magnitude of 7.8 in comparison to the 2003 earthquake 10 years later that recorded a magnitude of 8.3.
Once you have graphed the varying magnitude, write down 5 statements according to your data – for example, ‘According to the graph, the earthquake with the highest magnitude is ______’. You may wish to take this further and graph the damage done by each quake..
You will need to think about the following:
- What is the most appropriate graph to use?
- How will you label each axis?
- Create a rough draft first.
- Now use grid paper and create a final display piece.
Don’t forget to reference the website.
February 10, 2016 by Mr Richo
How accurately can you make a 30 cm ruler? Use a strip of cover paper to create your own ruler from memory. Remember to evenly space the mm and cm increments.
How accurate was your ruler? Compare with the real thing.