Friday, March 09, 2007

Perimeter

Hello, I'm Taylor, Here with my partner Ashliegh. Today we going to be speaking about how to do Perimeter.


(Taylor) I'm going to talk to you about adding together the sides of a shape to find perimeter. We can do this when all of the sides are different lengths. Like this:

Sometimes all of the sides are the same. Even though multiplying is faster, you might find it a bit hard. That's Okay, you can still just add them together! It's very simple. Here try it!

Okay, Well I am Ashliegh and I am going to be talking about using multiplication to find the perimeter of an object. So try this.




See! There that easy! Thanks so much for reading!

Taylor && Ashliegh

16 comments:

Jessie said...

Great job! You explained okay, you probably could have said more, and explained more. My computer didn't show the pictures so that's why I thought it was a little short. It is simple when you thinks about it! I couldn't do the questions, the pcitures aren't showing, explain the picture a little next time!
Jess

kcloetmathjournal said...

awesome it will realy help me out in math thx

kcloetmathjournal said...

awesome it will realy help me out in math thx

Evan said...

Ello, You Explained Okay, And Say A Little Bit More, But Great Job Though And Explain The Picture A Bit More.


Evan

Nicole said...

Good job! I couldn't ell if there were pictures or just blank spaces (probably something with my computor)but if there were, you didn't explain them, and if there weren't you should have adding some examples.

Dillani☺ said...

good job on the post but i think that you could have explained it a bit more and the pictures didn't come on my comp screen and if it did you could have explained it a bit more. you still did a great job but next time you should write a bit more than you did on this post.

taihyun said...

Great job on your explaining it guys although you ahve a mistake there. It was beginning part of the explaining. And try making it more longer because I said this before if someone dosen't know English very well then they don't know what s it mean? Do you guys get what I'm saying.I'm all saying that try making it more longer and make more easier so that the other people who dosen't know English very well can under stand it too, O.k?

ilhan said...

Hello!You guys did very good job but it was really short. I would say you guy should make longer but still you guys did great job though.
Il Han

Ruby said...

Great job guys!! You explained it well but could have explained it more but other than that very good job. First the pictures didnt show up but then it did.

karissa said...

Hi gals! You did a great job explaining different ways how to find the perimeter! You also gave us a reason why you think multiplying is faster and easier! You should have taken us step by step how to find the perimeter. Anyways, you did a great job!!!

lara said...
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lara said...

hey,
you guys did a pretty good job but you could've explained it a little better

lara:P:P:P:PP

Brenna said...

Hi Taylor and Ashliegh you guys did a great job on the math blog! Although you guys could have made the blog a little longer it was really short. Other than that you guys did a great job!
Brenna

Brenden said...

hi, u guys did a good job. U could have said more than just multiplication. You also have to explain pics better

gagan said...

Good job you guys you did really good. It made lots of sense but you could've explained it a little more but you still did really good and your pictures where really cool and it was really easy to read. Good job

JaCk said...

You guys had an awesome blog!

i thought it was very clear and easy to read

im sure u guys hepled out a lot of people

nice picz

JAck