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Thursday, 5 April 2018

Leilani - Square and Square Root

Solve the following equations:


a)      5² = 25
b)     4² = 8
c)   0² = 0
d)      6² = 36
e)     9² = 81
f)   1² =1
g)      7 ² = 49
h)     8² = 64
i)    12² = 144
j)      15² = 225
k)     20² = 400
h)  30² = 900







a)   √81 = 6,561
b)   √25 = 625
c)  √49 = 2,401
d)   √64 = 4,096
e)   √36 = 1,296
f)   √100 =1,000
g)   √16 = 256
h)   √4 = 8
i)   √9 = 81
j)    √121 = 14,641
k)   √144 = 6,336  
h)  √225 = 50,625


Maths - Square Root

Math's - Square Root


A square root is a number which is multiplied by it self


Example:
√5 = 25 because the this: √ represents this: x which is times.
But the number which is five you times that number by itself so it
goes like 5 x 5 = 25. See!


Here are some others Me, Jayde, Penny and Kei worked on.


√1 = 1: 1 x 1 = 1
√2 = 4: 2 x 2 = 4
√3 = 9: 3 x 3 = 9
√4 = 16: 4 x 4 = 16
√5 = 25: 5 x 5 = 25
√6 = 36: 6 x 6 = 36
√7 = 49: 7 x 7 = 49
√8 = 64: 8 x 8 = 64
√9 = 81: 9 x 9 = 81
√10 = 100: 10 x 10 = 100
√11 = 121: 11 x 11 = 121
√12 = 144: 12 x 12 = 144

And that's all!, maybe you can try on making your own!!

Wednesday, 28 March 2018

Maths: 3D Clay Making

This week for math's. Our class have been working on making 3D shapes for our class so we can use them for learning. What we used to make the shape was the air drying clay that Mrs Stone (our math's teacher) gave us. Then we were put into three groups, then we each got to pick a 3D shape.We we chose those shapes we had to model it meaning this was going to get mess!

The shape I chose was Octahedron it has:


  • 12 Edges
  • 6 Verticals
  • 8 Faces

Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Visual Mihi!



This week Team 5 have been working on our "Visual Mihi" on hyper studio. Part of what we do is drawing more like art and also tracing. We also have to draw our self and 4 fact about us but draw about it. I worked on my Visual Mihi for 2 weeks and here it the reveal of it!. So if you look in the top right corner you can see that I love netball. If you take a look to the top left corner you can see that I dearly love my family very much and they also come first before everything else. If you look at the bottom left corner you can see that I am original Samoan my whole family is as well, I respect my culture and make sure to keep it alive!, if you see the last square which is the bottom right corner you can see that the Bible is a very important thing in my life looking from the Bible you would properly already know that I go to church which is right I do! My church is called " Tamaki P.I.C" not far from our school like really close. My mum who says her self said she finished reading the whole entire Bible starting from the Old Testament to the New Testament. The most times I read Matthews. The lord is a big part of my life!. Last but not least if you look in the middle you will see my drawing of myself that I drew. That MY VISUAL MIHI FOR 2018!

Friday, 23 February 2018

Te Tiri o Waitangi

Te Tiriti o Waitangi
We are learning to describe the history of the Treaty of Waitangi and analyse the effect that this document has on us in 2018



  1. When did the Māori arrive in New Zealand?: Voyages at some time between 1250 - 1300

  1. What was life like for Māori before the Treaty?: Before the treaty of Waitangi Queen Victoria's government gained the sole right to purchase land.

  1. What were Pakeha doing in New Zealand before the Treaty?: Māori and Pākehā throughout the 1830s. The British were worried about French interest in New Zealand. ... By 1839 a total of 52 Māori chiefs had signed the Declaration, which they saw as the guarantee of their independence.

  1. What is a treaty?: A formally concluded and ratified agreement between states.


The signing of the Treaty (see this page)

5.Why did some Māori  agree to sign the Treaty?: Treaty of Waitangi was a written agreement made in 1840 between the British Crown (the monarch) and more than 500 Māori chiefs


6.Why did the British want a Treaty?: They wanted it because controls on sales of Māori land to Europeans.

7.When was the Treaty signed?: The treaty was signed on 6th February 1840


8.Who translated the Treaty into Te Reo Māori?: James Busby ( British Resident ), Henry Williams ( Missionary) and his son Edward were the ones who translated English into Maori, Hobson presented this Maori language.