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:




14 comments:

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

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  2. WOW!
    This looks amazing and really interesting - can I join your maths group??

    Helen Adshead

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  3. you used our poster

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  4. Those posters were too good not to share!

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  5. Fantastic posters and well presented work! :)

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  6. 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!)

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  7. Hi! 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!

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  8. We 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!

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  9. 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

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  10. 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!

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  11. 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

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  12. 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!)

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  13. 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. :)

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