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.

its calum.m -odd numbers go up by 1 and they stop at square roots-even numbers go across by 2 squares and stop at square roots -the square root of a number is the same eg.8x8=8-prime numbers always go up by 1

We found out that if the width and length are the same then the diagonal will also be the same.By Mohammmed Noman and Atif Patel

my team (sophie&dasha) worked that if the length and width are the same then the answer to the amount of squares is aloso equal.Also we tried out many other different stratagies yet some of them didnt work.

This was a very tricky and weird and it resulted in strange patterns and complicated sequences. we found out that if the length and the width are the same, it is also the same with the diagonal crosses. its hard to understand.(i don't quite get it.) but thanks for reading! :)

me and yunus have found a pattern.it goes like this:5x1 =55x2=65x3=75x4=85x5=55x6=105x7=115x8=125x9=135x10=105x11=155x12=165x13=175x14=185x15=15and so onit goes in order but there is a change every 4 numbers

I learnt that if you go up 1 and turn right 1 2 of your numbers will be the same

Asad, Ziyan & Callums Team!We started by looking at squares because all the sides of an square is the same, so it would be easier.We found out that the amount of squares (length) on the outside is the same amount of squares the "diagonal" goes through.

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its calum.m

ReplyDelete-odd numbers go up by 1 and they stop at square roots

-even numbers go across by 2 squares and stop at square roots

-the square root of a number is the same eg.8x8=8

-prime numbers always go up by 1

We found out that if the width and length are the same then the diagonal will also be the same.

ReplyDeleteBy Mohammmed Noman and Atif Patel

my team (sophie&dasha) worked that if the length and width are the same then the answer to the amount of squares is aloso equal.Also we tried out many other different stratagies yet some of them didnt work.

ReplyDeleteThis was a very tricky and weird and it resulted in strange patterns and complicated sequences. we found out that if the length and the width are the same, it is also the same with the diagonal crosses. its hard to understand.(i don't quite get it.) but thanks for reading! :)

ReplyDeleteme and yunus have found a pattern.

ReplyDeleteit goes like this:

5x1 =5

5x2=6

5x3=7

5x4=8

5x5=5

5x6=10

5x7=11

5x8=12

5x9=13

5x10=10

5x11=15

5x12=16

5x13=17

5x14=18

5x15=15

and so on

it goes in order but there is a change every 4 numbers

I learnt that if you go up 1 and turn right 1 2 of your numbers will be the same

ReplyDeleteAsad, Ziyan & Callums Team!

ReplyDeleteWe started by looking at squares because all the sides of an square is the same, so it would be easier.

We found out that the amount of squares (length) on the outside is the same amount of squares the "diagonal" goes through.