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Geometry Make this Foldable to help you organize information about geometry. Begin with 10 sheets
Geometry Make this Foldable to help you organize information about geometry. Begin with 10 sheets
Geometry Make this Foldable to help you organize information about geometry. Begin with 10 sheets
Geometry
Make this Foldable to help you organize information about geometry.
Begin with 10 sheets of notebook paper.
Staple the sheets of
notebook paper together to
form a booklet.
Cut a tab as shown. On
the third page, make the
tab longer, and so on.
Write the chapter title
on the cover. Label each tab
with a lesson number.
10-1
10-2
10-4 10-3
0-5
1-6
Chapter 10 Geometry
383
ELL
ELL

ELL Strategies for Chapter 10

 

Lesson, Page

ELL Standards

Level

Modality

10-1, p. 385B

W:P-1b

Beginning

Auditory, Linguistic

10-2, p. 388B

R:VCD-1b

Beginning

Kinesthetic, Linguistic

10-3, p. 392B

W:OF-3b

Beginning

Kinesthetic, Auditory

10-4, p. 394B

R:VDC-4ea

Advanced

Auditory

10-5, p. 398B

R:C-1ei

Intermediate

Intrapersonal

10-6, p. 402B

R:VCD-4b

Beginning

Linguistic, Kinesthetic

10-7, p. 404B

R:VCD-2ei

Intermediate

Visual, Linguistic

10-8, p. 410B

W:OF-2i

Intermediate

Visual, Linguistic

10-9, p. 414B

W:OF-3i

Intermediate

Visual, Linguistic

p. 414B W:OF-3i Intermediate Visual, Linguistic Dinah Zike’s Foldables Guide students through the

Dinah Zike’s Foldables

Guide students through the directions on p. 383 to create their own Foldable graphic organizers for solid and plane figures. Students may also use their Foldables to study and review for chapter assessments.

When to Use It Lessons 10-1, 10-2, 10-4, 10-5, 10-7, 10-8, and 10-9. (Additional instructions for using the Foldables with these lessons are found on pp. 401 and 418.)

Chapter 10 Literature List

Lesson Book Title Sir Cumference and the Sword 10-1 in the Cone Cindy Neuschwander 10-2
Lesson
Book Title
Sir Cumference and the Sword
10-1
in the Cone
Cindy Neuschwander
10-2
Shape Up! Fun With Triangles
and Other Polygons
David A. Adler
A Cloak for the Dreamer
10-3
Aileen Friedman
10-4
Lines, Segments, Polygons
Mindel and Harry Sitomer
10-5
Angles are Easy as Pie
Robert Froman
Bridges
10-7
Ken Robbins
10-8
Kathy Ross Crafts Triangles,
Rectangles, Circles and Squares!
Kathy Ross
10-9
Sir Cumference and the
Dragon of Pi
Cindy Neuschwander
A Pair of Socks
Any
Stuart J. Murphy
Spirals
Any
Mindel and Harry Sitomer
Stuart J. Murphy Spirals Any Mindel and Harry Sitomer = California Recommended Literature • Read the

= California Recommended Literature

and Harry Sitomer = California Recommended Literature • Read the Math at Home letter found on

Read the Math at Home letter found on Chapter 10 Resource Masters, p. 4, with the class and have each student sign it. (A Spanish version is found on p. 5.)

Send home copies of the Math at Home letter with each student.

Dear Family, Today my class started Chapter 10: Geometry: and Plane Solid Figures. be learning
Dear Family,
Today my class started Chapter
10: Geometry:
and Plane
Solid
Figures.
be learning to identify, describe, and
I will
and plane
classify solid
figures.
will also be learning to identify parts of
I
circles. Here are
my vocabulary
words and an activity that we can
do together.
Love,
Key Vocabulary
familia:
Las figuras
clase
comenzó
el
Capítulo
Geometría:
sólidas
las
solid
figure
A figure
having
be the
three to make
planas Hoy planas. y de
Aprenderé
a identificar,
a 10: describir, del
clasificar
sólidas
dimensions;
length,
width,
thickness
or
las partes
depth. A
también
a
identificar
círculo.
continuación,
están
y mis
y Estimada figuras palabras
mi vocabulario
y una
actividad
que
podemos
y a hacer A
juntos. figuras
net
flat pattern
that
can and
folded
a
Cariños,
figure A figure.
3-dimensional
plane
2-dimensional figure that lies
Vocabulario clave
entirely within one plane such as a triangle or
square.
figura
sólida
Figura
sólida
se tres
de
dimensiones:
largo,
ancho
espesor
de
profundidad
polygon
closed
figure
at by formed their
using
red
patrón
que
se
puede
doblar
para
line
segments
in only
two in endpoints. rays
formar
una
tridimensional
line
A A straight
is the a points fixed
that
go
opposite
figura
plana
bidimensional
que
yace
directions
A without
are ending. meet of plane
completamente
en
un
plano
como
un
triángulo
un
cuadrado
angle
figure
that
formed
with
the
same
endpoint.
Books to Read
Figura
plana
cerrada
formada
por
de
recta
que
sólo
unen
en
sus
circle
closed
figure
Sea
Shapes
which
points
by Suse
MacDonald
A called distance circle. all
same
the that from set
Conjunto
de
puntos
dispuestos
point
center
Twizzlers
Shapes
direcciones
opuestas
y
sin
fin
of
the
by Jerry Pallotta
and Patterns
Figura
formada
por
dos
rayos
que
by Ann Hands
Eight
Round
extremo
Libros recomendados:
Whitford
Paul
Figura
cerrada
en
Sea
Shapes
4
cual
todos
puntos
Grade 4
Chapter 10
de
Suse
MacDonald
o círculo segmentos polígono comparten extremos la círculo equidistan fijo rectamente recta ángulo
de
punto
el en figura centro Uano y los mismo un Figura
llamado
del
and Patterns
Twizzlers
Shapes
by
de Jerry
Pallotta
Eight
Hands
Round
Activity
Ann
Whitford
Paul
Activity
Grade 4
5
Chapter 10
hunt around
Go on
a
scavenger
your
house
for
items
shaped
like
the
following
figures:
cube;
rectangular
prism;
cone;
sphere;
and
cylinder.
Actividad
Organicen
una
búsqueda
de
tesoros
por
la
casa
objetos
con
formas
las
siguientes
(5) figuras:
(1)
(2) (4)
prisma
y incluya rectangular;
cono;
esfera
cilindro.
un
y de (3) Hagan encuentren resultados, cubo;
cartel
anotar
tus
el
cuántos
de
cada
cual para encontraron.
figura

Chapter 10 Chapter Opener

383

Estimada familia:

Hoy mi clase comenzó el CCapítuloapítulo 11,, EEll vvaloralor ddee pposiciónosición yy eell ssentidoentido nnumérico.umérico. Aprenderé a usar el valor de posición para leer, escribir y comparar números enteros y decimales. Aprenderé a resolver problemas mediante la estrategia de adivinar y verificar. A continuación, están mis palabras del vocabulario y una actividad que podemos realizar juntos.

Sinceramente, Vocabulario clave número entero Cualquiera de los números 0, 1, 2, 3… En números
Sinceramente,
Vocabulario clave
número entero Cualquiera de los números 0,
1, 2, 3… En números más grandes, cada grupo
de tres dígitos se separa con comas y se llama
período.
Activity
valor de posición Sistema de escritura de
números, en el cual la posición de un dígito
determina su valor.
trozo
de
papel,
cada
jugador
hacer
cuatro
líneas
que
se
creando
el
número
más
grande
posible.
Cada
jugador
se
forma estándar La manera habitual de escribir
un número. Ejemplo: 223.
para
el un hasta de lanzar
un
cubo
la numerado línea número
escribe
número
que
salga,
en
y debe numerado en Una cualquiera turna llenarán En llena
las
líneas
que
escoja.
forma desarrollada Manera de escribir un
número como la suma de los valores de sus
dígitos. Ejemplo 200 + 20 + 3.
un vez
que
se
escribe
un
una
línea,
éste
no
se
puede
mover.
Continúen
lanzando
el
cubo
que
cada
esté
decimal Número que tiene un dígito en el lugar
de las decenas, centenas y más allá.
forme el número más grande.
con
dígito.
Gana
persona
que

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The Grapes of Math (Las uvas de las matemáticas) de Greg Tang

Math Curse (El maleficio de las matemáticas) de Scieszka & Smith

Can You Count to a GOOGOL? (¿Puedes contar hasta un gúgol?) de Robert Wells

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Name ———————————————————————

LESSON

7.4

Practice

For use with pages 493–499

Rewrite the equation in exponential form.

1.

4.

log 7 49 5 2

log 16 4 5

1

}

2

7 2 5 49

16

1/2 5 4

2.

5.

log 2 16 5 4

log

4

1

}

4

5 21

2 4 5 16

4 21 5

1

}

4

Date ————————————

3.

6.

log 5 125 5 3

log

3

1

}

9

5 22

5 3 5 125

3 22 5

1

}

9

Evaluate the logarithm without using a calculator.

7.

log 8 1

0

8.

log 3

1

}

3

21

9.

log 4 2

1

}

2

Use a calculator to evaluate the logarithm. Round the result to three decimal places.

10. ln Ï } 5

0.805

11.

log 110

2.041

Find the inverse of the function.

13.

16.

y 5 log 5 x

y 5 log

x

}

2

f 21 (x) 5 5 x

f 21 (x) 5 2(10 x )

14.

17.

y 5 ln x

f 21 (x) 5 e x

y 5 log (x 1 2) f 21 (x) 5 6 x 2 2

6

12.

15.

18.

Graph the function. State the domain and range.

19. f(x) 5 log 3 x y 1 1 x
19. f(x) 5 log 3 x
y
1
1
x

20.

domain:

x > 0;

range:

all real

numbers

f (x) 5 log 3 (x 1 2)

y 1 1 x
y
1
1
x

21.

domain:

x > 22;

range:

all real

numbers

1 ln } 20.693 2 1 y 5 log 1/5 x f 21 (x) 5
1
ln
}
20.693
2
1
y 5 log 1/5 x
f 21 (x) 5 1
}
x
2
5
y 5 log 3 9x
f 21 (x) 5 3 x 2 2
f (x) 5 2log 3 x 2 1
y
1
1
x

Tell whether the statement is always, sometimes, or never true.

domain: x > 0; range: all real numbers

22. The graph of y 5 log b (x 2 h) 1 k intersects the x-axis when k , 0. always

23. The graph of y 5 log b x (b . 0, b 1), has a y-intercept of 1. never

24. Galloping Speed Four-legged animals run with two different types of motion:

trotting and galloping. An animal that is trotting has at least one foot on the ground at all times. An animal that is galloping has all four feet off the ground at times. The number S of strides per minute at which an animal breaks from a trot to a gallop is related to the animal’s weight w (in pounds) by the model S 5 256.2 2 47.9 log w. Approximate the number of strides per minute for a 450 pound horse when it breaks

from a trot to a gallop.

129

25. Tornadoes The wind speed S (in miles per hour) near the center of a tornado is

related to the distance d (in miles) the tornado travels by the model S 5 93 log d 1 65.

Approximate the wind speed of a tornado that traveled 75 miles.

239.4 mi/h

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Name ———————————————————————

LESSON

7.7

Practice

For use with pages 521–528

Date ————————————

Write an exponential function y 5 ab x whose graph passes through the given points.

1.

4.

1 0,

1

}

2

2 , 1 2,

9

}

2

2

(2, 2), (3, 1)

y 5

1

}

2

y 5 8 1

(3) x

1

}

2

2 x

2.

5.

1 1,

2

}

5

2 , 1 3,

(0, 5), 1 2,

8

}

5

2

20

}

9

y 5

1

}

5

(2) x

2 y 5 5 1

2

}

3

2 x

Find an exponential model by solving for y.

7. ln y 5 1.924x 1 3.634

y 5 37.86(6.85) x

8.

ln y 5 0.283x 2 6.275

y 5 0.0019(1.33) x

Use the points (x, y) to draw a scatter plot of the points (x, ln y). Then find an exponential model for the data.

10.

x 1

2

3

4

5

6

y 3.36

9.41

26.34

73.76

206.52

578.27

y 5 1.2(2.8) x

3.

6.

9.

(1, 12), 1 21,

1 0,

3

}

4

2 , 1 1,

1

}

4

3

}

4

2

2 y 5 1

y 5 3(4) x

3

}

4

2 1

1

}

3

x
2

ln y 5 23.5x 1 4.129 y 5 62.12(0.03) x

ln y 1 1 x
ln y
1
1
x

Write a power function y 5 ax b whose graph passes through the given points.

11.

(1, 3), (2, 24)

y 5 3x 3

12.

14.

(1, 24), (4, 264) y 5 24x 2 15.

y 5

1

}

2

(1, 0.5), (4, 8)

(4, 0.5), (9, 0.75) y 5

x 2

1

}

4

13. (1, 2), (4, 16) y 5 2x 1.5

x 0.5 16.

(3, 27.794), (7, 264.82)

Find a power model by solving for y.

17. ln y 5 3.3 ln x 1 2.56

y 5 12.94x 3.3

18. ln y 5 1.05 ln x 2 4.28

y 5 0.014x 1.05

Use the points (x, y) to draw a scatter plot of the points (ln x, ln y). Then find a power model for the data.

20.

x

1

2

3

4

5

6

y

2.1

7.313

15.172

25.464

38.051

52.831

y 5 2.1x 1.8

1 x 2.5 y 5 2 } 2 19. ln y 5 2 ln 2x
1
x 2.5
y 5 2
}
2
19.
ln y 5 2 ln 2x 1 3.15
y 5 93.34x 2
ln y
1.0
0.5 ln x

21.

Minimum Wage The table shows the minimum hourly wage in the United States since 1960. Let x 5 1 represent the year 1960, x 5 2 represent the year 1965 and so on. Let y represent the minimum hourly wage. Use a graphing calculator to find a power model for the data. Use the model to estimate the minimum hourly wage in 2020.

Year

1960

1965

1970

1975

1980

1985

1990

1995

2000

2005

Wage

$1.00

$1.25

$1.60

$2.10

$3.10

$3.35

$3.80

$4.25

$5.15

$5.15

y 5 0.81x 0.79 ; $6.14

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