## Saturday, November 6, 2010

### Angelique's Pythagoras scribe post

This is my scribe post on questions 5, 10, 15, and 19.

You can practice figuring out the unknown side for the right triangle here.
If you don't want to practice and just learn more you can go to this site.

Here is a video to help understand more about Pythagoras.
Skip to 0:35 if you don't want to wait.

If I had any mistakes or you don't understand something please tell me so I can fix them.

#### 7 comments:

1. Great post, Angelique. Your post was very detailed in telling us the answers to the questions. I liked your images for the answers, as well as the video and the link. However, for the diagrams with the right triangles and the squares attached, you might want to add hash marks to show the sides are equal. Other than that, good job.

2. Good Job Angelique. I like how you used paper to explain your answer. It is very neat and really easy to understand. Good JOb.

3. Good job Angelique! I liked your pictures. My answer for number ten wasyes because it had a right angle and the hypotenuse was longer than the legs.

4. Great job Angelique! I like how you took pictures to explain your work. Great job on finding a video and link for us!

5. Good post Angelique! Your post was very detailed and organized. I liked your pictures for the answers, and i also like your video, it was very informational. I noticed that on your squares as meldick said, you didnt add hash marks, you should add them so you know that the square is even. Overall, great job!

6. Good Job Angelique! I really liked how you took the time to make really nice pictures on paint. And re-writing your notes on white paper using pencil crayons/markers. I liked how on number 15, You made "NOT" in bold letters and changed the font colour. The link was very neat. The video was interesting to watch. Thanks. Good job!

7. Good Job Angelique! Your work is very clean and very understandable. It was great you were able to find a video. Keep it up.