Math Booklet Use the information on the following slides to create your own math booklet that can be used on the math quiz and throughout the year.
Front Cover/Back Cover • At a minimum, write your name on the front cover • After we are done with the inside of the booklet, you may go back and decorate the front and back cover. As always, “Be Appropriate” Pav’s Math Booklet Math Rules!
Metric System (Page 1, Inside Front Cover ) • Use this space for the metric scale, Kilo- through milli-, and two conversion examples. • Suggestions: • Turn the page side-ways so that you can comfortable fit the scale. • Write the whole prefix and underline the letter (or letters in the case of deka-) that would be used with any base unit. • One of your examples should be a conversion from a larger unit to a smaller unit and the other should be from a smaller unit to a larger unit. Convert 30cm to dekameters. Convert 1.5 km to decimeters.
Scientific Notation (Page 2) • Use this page to show the proper form of a number written in scientific notation. Include two examples for converting numbers in standard form to numbers written in scientific notation. • Suggestions: • Write a number in scientific notation and write the rules for the proper form • Make sure that one of your examples shows how to write very small numbers in scientific notation (negative exponent) and one example shows how to write very large numbers in scientific notation (positive exponent) 1.8 x 103 Rules Convert 0.0085 to scientific notation Convert 125893 to scientific notation
Addition/Subtraction in Scientific Notation (Page 3) • Use this page to write the method for adding and subtracting numbers written in scientific notation. Include two examples, one for addition and one for subtraction. Addition and subtraction Rules 1.26x104 kg + 2.5x103 kg 1.26x104 kg - 2.5x103 kg
Multiplication/Division in Scientific Notation (Page 4) • Use this page to write the method for multiplying and dividing numbers written in scientific notation. Include two examples, one for multiplication and one for division. Multiplication and Division Rules (1.26x104) ( 2.5x103 ) 1.26x104 2.5x103
Dimensional Analysis (pages 5 and 6) • On page 5, write the method for converting measurements using dimensional analysis. • On page 6, proved two examples of measurements converted using dimensional analysis Dimensional Analysis Method 1. 2. 3. 4. Dimensional Analysis examples Convert 12 feet to centimeters. Convert 160 pounds to kilograms