We are a class of 12-13 year old learners in Manchester, UK. Taught by Mr Stucke we will be sharing our learning in Maths with the World on this blog.
We are part of a 'Quad Blog' with Stowmarket High School in UK, Warrenton Middle School, USA & Ruamrudee International School, Thailand.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Density

Today me and Yahya learnt how to use the density triangle.

When you hide the d it is mxv
When you hide the v it is d/m
When you hide the m it is d/m

Here is an example and some posters our class had done last week:

Density = mass/volume...this brought back many memories! (when I was at school, if you got a wrong answer, everyone used to shout "mass divided by volume" at you, in order to helpfully point out that you had been a bit dense! Yes...they were a bit "spoddy" at my school!)

Hi my name is Pam. I am from Thailand. I agree that Density = Mass / Volume. And by the way, Nice drawing! These two does help a little bit about my density knowledge

Hi, this is Sally from Ruamrudee International School. We learnt about the formula of density, but I never learnt anything about the density triangle! I think it is a useful way to remember the formula that Density=Mass/Volume. Thank you for posting and teaching! I also like your poster, for it is neat, colorful and informative!

Your posters are really colorful and nice too! They are really easy to read and understand. Those posters would sure help me remember about the density formula Density= mass/volume! - Minnie, I am from RIS, Thailand

hello!! I am also from RIS! :) I'm looking through your posts and photos of the work and posters done by the students. I love them! :D (It also helped refresh my mind about density!)

Hi!!! I'm Meg from RIS, Thailand. I really like your blog post, I think it's really catchy because of the colorful posters you've put. I've learned about mass, density, and volume too, but then i forgot everything about it. Now that i see your blog, I'm starting to remember about density. So, NICE BLOG!! It's really colorful and easy to understand. :)

Wow what fantastic work and the presentation is professional and helpful. Great work

ReplyDeleteWOW!

ReplyDeleteThis looks amazing and really interesting - can I join your maths group??

Helen Adshead

you used our poster

ReplyDeleteThose posters were too good not to share!

ReplyDeleteFantastic posters and well presented work! :)

ReplyDeleteDensity = mass/volume...this brought back many memories! (when I was at school, if you got a wrong answer, everyone used to shout "mass divided by volume" at you, in order to helpfully point out that you had been a bit dense! Yes...they were a bit "spoddy" at my school!)

ReplyDeleteHi! I'm commenting from RIS! I really like your posters. I studied about density before and totally forgot about it until I saw your posters!

ReplyDeleteWe learnt that when we were in 6th grade but I forgot everything by now! The posters are a good reminder. Nice posters you guys have there!

ReplyDeleteHi my name is Pam. I am from Thailand. I agree that Density = Mass / Volume. And by the way, Nice drawing! These two does help a little bit about my density knowledge

ReplyDeleteHi, this is Sally from Ruamrudee International School. We learnt about the formula of density, but I never learnt anything about the density triangle! I think it is a useful way to remember the formula that Density=Mass/Volume. Thank you for posting and teaching! I also like your poster, for it is neat, colorful and informative!

ReplyDeleteYour posters are really colorful and nice too! They are really easy to read and understand. Those posters would sure help me remember about the density formula Density= mass/volume!

ReplyDelete- Minnie, I am from RIS, Thailand

hello!! I am also from RIS! :) I'm looking through your posts and photos of the work and posters done by the students. I love them! :D (It also helped refresh my mind about density!)

ReplyDeletethanks

ReplyDeleteHi!!! I'm Meg from RIS, Thailand. I really like your blog post, I think it's really catchy because of the colorful posters you've put. I've learned about mass, density, and volume too, but then i forgot everything about it. Now that i see your blog, I'm starting to remember about density. So, NICE BLOG!! It's really colorful and easy to understand. :)

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