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TagMath Weekly Update - March 16, 2018
Posted Mar 14, 2018, 11:56 PM by Cody TaggartTagMath Weekly Update March 15 ^{th}, 2018It is a beautiful day for mathematics! Please take a moment of silence to pay tribute to the amazing life of Stephen Hawking. Weekly Awesome Students Kevin R Kevin has been very proactive in the last couple of weeks. He has sought help from students and the teacher. It is good to see him challenging himself with harder problems and finding the support when needed. Jinny S Jinny is incredibly busy, but she finds the time to focus on mathematics. Nhat Linh T Nhat Linh has grown to be more confident in her skills and problem-solving. She is much more confident in her ability to understand and apply her knowledge. Growth Mindset Here are two great resources to work on deep problem solving: Next Week In Grade 10 Extended We take the Probability unit test on Wed/Thursday next week. Make a concept map. Grade 11 Math Studies We finish working on 2 variable statistics and focus on working on our IA projects. Grade 12 Math Studies We will try to make some serious progress on calculus to free up some more time for reviewing for exams. Weekend Challenge For Kids and Adults A surveyor places a metre stick against the base of a large circular underground pipe and finds that the midpoint of the stick is 8 cm from the pipe wall.
Use this information to find the inside diameter of the pipe. Interesting Mathematical Bits and Bobs Thank you for all of your focus and engagement in learning mathematics. Mr. Taggart
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