3-1 Square Roots How do I find square roots of perfect squares?
Work Area: Let’s Make a Foldable for Vocabulary 1.Fold 3 sheets of paper in half 2.Cut two sheets along the crease from the left edge to the margin and from the right edge to the margin. 3.Cut the third sheet between the margins. 4.Roll up the 2 sheets from step two and insert into the slot in the third sheet 5.Unroll and match up the cuts in the two sheets with the slot in the single sheet 6.Determine the front and Label it, “Chapter 3 Vocabulary”. 7.You should put 2 vocabulary terms per section
Questions:Notes: Why do we care about square roots? If the area of a square room is 36 square feet, how big is the room on a side? Since we can find the area of a square by multiplying the square’s length by its width, we can find the length of a squares side by finding the square root of a square’s area. 6ft
Questions:Notes: How do I deal with signs in front of square roots? Keep the sign of the square root, deal with the square root, then put the sign on the answer? How do I deal with he square roots of fractions?
Homework Page 146-147; 11-30 and 43-44 AND Cornell Notes Summary