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 Title: Polygons (11/18/08) Description:

 Article posted November 17, 2008 at 09:38 PM GMT • comment • Reads 9636 Hi World Lyra here I'm going to tell you about my ne wsubject in math pollygons.  we are laerning about pollygons in math but not only that we are also learning about the angles and degrees first ill tell you about polly gons we are finding out about if it is a polly gon and angles we kind of just started so i cant tell you much about that but we have also been looking at cordinate grids and there is this fun car game on the front of my dragon blog that you can look at try it=http://bye! Article posted November 17, 2008 at 09:38 PM GMT • comment • Reads 9636
 Article posted November 17, 2008 at 09:27 PM GMT • comment • Reads 1621 In math we learned about coordinate grids. You must start at the X axes, then the Y axes. On the computer, we would enter the coordinates correctly to create a polygon. Example:     (-50, 40) to (-30, 20) We would use setxy to create the lines that connect to the vertices. And jumpto to tell it where to start. Polygons can not have 2 or less sids. It must have only straight sides. None curved. It can't have any openings. There are many types of triangles. There is scalene, right, equilateral, isosceles, obtuse, and acute. A right triangle, has one right angle. An obtuse has one angle larger than 90 degrees. A scalene has no equal sides. An isosceles has two equal sides. equilateral has three equal sides. An acute has one angle smaller than 90 degrees. Did I cover them all? Bye! Bex Article posted November 17, 2008 at 09:27 PM GMT • comment • Reads 1621
 Article posted November 17, 2008 at 09:25 PM GMT • comment (2) • Reads 1863 i know that when you turn your turtle 90* you turn you turtle straght up and we are learing about polygons in class and we are also learning about cordanites and useing cordaites to build polygons. i don't really get the *'s past 90*? Article posted November 17, 2008 at 09:25 PM GMT • comment (2) • Reads 1863
 Article posted November 17, 2008 at 09:34 PM GMT • comment • Reads 1673 in class we are learning about polygons. polygons are shapes that only have staight lines and has to have 3 of more sides. a  hexagon is a polygon. we are learning how to put polygons on grids. we go on Geo-Leo. this is a computer promgram that teachs us about polygons and coordinate grids. different angles that make different Triangles or squares. now i will talk about The different kinds of triangles.     There are many different kinds on triangles that are different because of there sides and angles. if onw of the angles is 90 degrees than the traingle is called a right triangle. if all the sides are the same and all the angles are the same size than the triangle is called a Equilateral Triangle. if two of the sides are the same than it is called a isosceles triagngle. and the last kind is a scalene triangle which is a triangle that none of the sides are the same and none of the angles are the same.    and last  i will tell you about coordinate grids. coordinate grids are grids that have four different spaces. to tell the differents of the spaces is two lines one line is called the y. that is the line that runs up and down. the other line is called the x. this is the line that runs side to side. to know where things are there are different #'s run down the sides of the x and y lines. to find a place on the grid you have to read a set of #'s that look like this. [40,60]. the #'s are all different. Bye! Article posted November 17, 2008 at 09:34 PM GMT • comment • Reads 1673
 Article posted November 11, 2008 at 12:52 AM GMT • comment • Reads 1719 As soon as Ralts got the egg, he spent every second with it! One day when Ralts was waiting for his sister to come to their house for babysitting. But. That's when it happened! The egg started moving! Ralts was shocked to find little tiny crack's in the egg! Ralts screamed for Kirlia! And ten miles away, Kirlia was walking towards her house when her censor sensed Ralts's cry. That was when she saw a firetruck go the path she would  take to get to her house! She thought Ralts was in deep trouble! She had to beat the firetruck to the house! She just had to! What if Ralts was burned on the floor?That slowed Kirlia to an almost complete stop. She then realized how far ahead the firetruck was in fron of her!That was when Kirlia really got a move on! There the house was. Set on fire. Ralts screamed! " KIRLIA! HELP ME!" Kirlia stood in the fire as if she enjoyed the burning sensation. Then she headed in the house. She found a sad little Ralts holding something. Ralts opened his eye's wide, tear's bawling out of them!" The egg hatched! It was SO destructive!"  Then Ralts fainted from loss of oxygen. Kirlia picked up the fainted Ralts and walked through the fire with him in her arm's like it was nothing!  It was when she got out of the fire that she saw a little pink Poke'mon holding on tightly to Ralts's arm tightly, eyes closed shut in fear. It was a Mesprit.Thes Kirlia said" It's all your's boy's!" She said facing the Squirtle Squad.   When Ralts awoke by his mother's side he blurted out " I DIDN'T DO IT! IT WAS THE MESPRIT. I-I-I-I-I-I-I- DIDNT DO IT!" Then he fainted again. That night Mesprit slept happily beside Ralts. Kirlia was jealous. She wanted a legendary Poke'mon to be her friend too! Her mom; Gardevoir appeared by her side. " How's he doing?" She said worried, but in a quiet voice. " He hasn't coughed once, and I can see his chest moving." " Good." Gardevoir took with a sigh of relief. Then a cool breeze came from a window in Ralts's room. " I thought I shut that window?" Said Gardevoir in an unusual expression. Then a light filled the room, and two odd shape's appeared in front of the window. It was Uxie and Azelf. TO BE CONTINUED........................... Article posted November 11, 2008 at 12:52 AM GMT • comment • Reads 1719
 Article posted November 22, 2008 at 07:44 PM GMT • comment • Reads 1770 Polygons: POLYGONS have at least three sides. A triangle, square, and many other shapes are POLYGONS. POLYGONS don't have rounded edges. All POLYGONS have at least one type of ANGLE there are acute angles, obtuse angles, and right angles. I know ths is a late one! SORRY! Article posted November 22, 2008 at 07:44 PM GMT • comment • Reads 1770
 Article posted November 17, 2008 at 09:41 PM GMT • comment • Reads 1835 math for math we've been learning about degrees and angles its actualy sorta fun! and we go on the computer and go on this website thats called g.o. logo its sorta like a puzzle but with degrees and pionts and there is a little turtle that goes were ever you want it to like... [-50 70] or [40 -20] and [-10 90] but some times its really hard. where ever you go the turtle follows and its like a little marker so you can make polygons & triangles Article posted November 17, 2008 at 09:41 PM GMT • comment • Reads 1835