Day 33/67 of GED in Five Months, coordinates, and area

 Adulting is also about understanding how complex ideas fit together and affect other ideas, people, places, and/or things.  The Cartesian coordinate system also gives us access to yet another form of language, allowing us to describe the world around us more fully in terms of precise location.

Figuring out the area of a polygon in a coordinate plane can also help us figure out other things, no?

Middle of week 9/18
Day 33 Wk 9
Grammar: coordinating conjunctions
Math: Area of polygons on a grid/coordinate plane
Day 33ExitTix
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2 thoughts on “Day 33/67 of GED in Five Months, coordinates, and area

  1. Ironically, I just watched a sitcom where there was a math teacher. She said math equations are just problems to be solved, and therefore, math can help with adulting in practicing how to solve problems 😉

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