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Matthew skateboards around the school 2015-12-09
Abigail pose la question :
Matthew skateboards 4km each hour.
How long will it take him to skateboard around the school yard measuring 300m by 200m.? Thank you.

Penny Nom lui répond.
A word problem with fractions 2014-03-26
lois pose la question :
a man has a stack of boards, he cuts 3/5 off each board, after he cuts the boards he finds he has enough pieces left to make 4 boards the length of the original boards. how many boards did he start with.
Penny Nom lui répond.
Area on a dart board 2010-10-11
Robert pose la question :
A dart board consists of concentric circles and line segment. the radius of the bull's eye is 4 inches and each ring surrounding the bull's eye is 3 inches wide.
a) what is the area of the bull's eye
b) what percent is the bull's eye.

hint there are 4 rings and the bull's eye is divided into 4 (90) degree angles (meaning 1/2 up and down) (1/2 left to right.

Stephen La Rocque lui répond.
Four dots are randomly placed on an 8x8 grid 2010-02-26
bobbym pose la question :
Four dots are randomly placed on an 8x8 grid, compute the probability that no row or column contains more than one dot.
Claude Tardif lui répond.
Loading a headboard in a uhaul 2010-01-20
gina pose la question :
I have a uhaul 9'10" long 4"9"wide 4'7"height I have a headboard 74 inches in height would it fit the box diagonally
Penny Nom lui répond.
Grain of rice on a chess board 2009-03-30
andy pose la question :
Is there an easy way for my students to find out 8 to the power of 21 to solve the grains of rice doubling investigation on a chessboard? Any suggestions welcome. Thanks very much
Robert Dawson and Claude Tardif lui répond.
The board for a variant of chess 2009-03-16
Adam pose la question :
I am trying to figure out how big a piece of wood I need for a variant of chess I thought up. The board essentially is a set of 6 concentric rings with an empty space in the center, each ring consisting of 24 spaces - so essentially 6 concentric 24-sided polygonal rings made up of trapezoidal spaces. I know the interior angle of the shape (15 degrees), but I can't figure out the size this thing should be.

All I know is that the innermost ring will have the smallest spaces, and that those spaces need to be able to accommodate chess pieces 3/4" wide without them overlapping onto neighboring spaces. That is to say, the short parallel side of the trapezoidal space on the innermost ring should be at least 3/4". But I have no clue how to extrapolate the full diameter of the board from that one measurement. HELP! Adam Goss saganth@yahoo.com

Stephen La Rocque lui répond.
The surface area of a cube and rectangular prism 2009-02-16
Mhiko pose la question :
how to derived the total surface area of a cube and rectangular prism using geoboard??
Robert Dawson lui répond.
Maximum volume of a box 2008-01-15
Rajesh pose la question :
A square piece of a cardboard of sides ten inches has four equal peices are removed at the corners, then the sides are turned up to form an open box. What is the maximum volume such a box can have?
Stephen La Rocque lui répond.
Board feet 2007-10-28
Carolyn pose la question :
Lumber is measured iin board feet, where a board foot in volume of a piece of lumber one ft sq and one inch thick. How many board feet are in a two by four inch that is 10 feet long?
Stephen La Rocque lui répond.
Size of a sphere fitting inside a cone 2007-09-27
Juan pose la question :
I am supposed to find the largest sphere that will fit into a cone. I am assuming is a maximizing problem, but I am not sure of what relation (between a cone and a sphere) to use.
Penny Nom and Stephen La Rocque lui répond.
A 5 by 5 checkerboard 2007-09-17
Darren pose la question :
Hi, I'm Darren and i have some questions to ask you about this problem: In a 5 by 5 checkerboard : how many 2 by 2 squares are there, what other sizes of squares do you need to count and how many of of each size of squares can you find; how many squares did you find in all
Victoria West lui répond.
Splitting A Circle Evenly 2006-12-20
Joe pose la question :
I'm trying to make a game board and instead of having it square, I would like to give it a curve (the game is Parcheesi). The attached diagram is pretty much completed (done in AutoCAD). What I would like to know is how to manually find the points that intersect the red line. In other words, evenly split the semi-circle into 8 pieces.
Penny Nom lui répond.
How many squares are there on a checkerboard 2006-12-17
Tania pose la question :
how many squares are there altogether on the checkerboard (including the 64 small squares)?
Penny Nom lui répond.
A board is cut into two pieces... 2006-07-11
DeAnna pose la question :
A 102" board is cut into 2 pieces. One piece is two times the length of the other. Find the lengths of the two pieces.
Stephen La Rocque lui répond.
How many 16 foot 2 by 4's are there in a 1000 board feet of lumber. 2006-02-08
Fred pose la question :
how many 16 foot 2 by 4's are there in a 1000 board feet of lumber.
Penny Nom lui répond.
The length of a cut 2004-09-17
Florita pose la question :
My daughhter, who is a 9th grader is attempting to cut a piece of wood after determining the length of the cut for the hypotenuse. These are the measures: a=4squared, b=6squared.

She determined that c should equal 52. But when she measured the actual piece to be cut, c measured 39.5 inches! Can you offer any insight as to what she is doing wrong? I have suggested that she may be working with an Acute rather than a Right angle . But she insists that it is a Right angle after using a "framing square".

Claude Tardif lui répond.
Geoboards 2004-01-09
Elissa pose la question :
What is a geoboard? I have a young girl in grade eight math who has a math question using a geoboard.
Diane Hanson lui répond.
Room and board fees 2003-11-29
Jennifer pose la question :
A certain university wishes to determine room and board fees for the next academic year. For the current year, the fee is $3600 per student and 1800 students are living in the residence halls. Past data suggests that for every $300 increase in the semester fee, 200 fewer students will choose to live in the dorms. There are also costs to the university associated with the residence halls. The fixed costs total $2,000,000 per semester. the variable costs are currently $1000 per student but will fall $100 per student for each decrease of 100 students. Your task is to help the university determine the optimal fee. Assume linear relationships between the number of students and the fee and between the number of students and the cost per student
Penny Nom lui répond.
Cutting a board 2003-01-20
George pose la question :
A person has a sheet of board which he saws into two (2) pieces. The length of the first piece is two thirds the length of the original board, while the length of the second piece is four feet longer than the first piece. How long was the original board? (the length is defined as the longer of the two sides of the board)
Penny Nom lui répond.
Squares on a chess board 2001-04-11
Tom pose la question :
It was once claimed that there are 204 squares on an ordinary chessboard (8sq. x 8sq.) Can you justify this claim? "PLEASE" include pictures.

How many rectangles are there on an ordinary chessboard? (8sq. x 8sq.) "PLEASE" include pictures.


Penny Nom lui répond.
Calculator and telephones keypads phones 2000-06-27
Thomas Smith and Veronica Yates-Riley pose la question :
On a keyboard, why is the number "7" on the top of the keypad as opposed to the number "1" at the top a telephone keypad?
Penny Nom lui répond.
Cutting a board into 8 equal pieces 1999-10-21
Brittany pose la question :
Jamie wanted a board cut into 8 equal pieces. The Lucas Lumber Co. charges 60 cents for cutting a board into 4 equal pieces. How much will it charge for cutting Jamie's board?
Claude Tardif lui répond.
How many squares are on a chessboard? 1999-10-20
Tchilco pose la question :
How many squares are on a chessboard?
Penny Nom and Claude Tardif lui répond.
Geometry patterns lesson plans 1998-12-31
Vicki pose la question :
hi,,, my name is Vicki and I am a new 5th grade teacher....

Anyway, I'm supposed to come up with a lesson plan to

  • Explore patterns that result from cominations of "reflections, rotations, and translations of geometric figures.
The plan is to include:
  • writing/metacognition, assessment strategies, interdisciplanary connections, supplemental materials, or textbook, and Bloom's taxonomy level.
Any help you could give would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
Jack LeSage lui répond.

 
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