Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Patterns and Graphs

This week we have been learning all about Patterns and graphs. Some of the working out we have done on sheets of paper, the questions and answers that we have done was from a awesome maths book that we had to work out on paper. My presentation will be updating so you will see more questions and answer popping up. Just because we are adding somemore awesome answers to this presentation. I hope you enjoy my presentation, and leave a comment.

Regards, Quinlan

Wednesday, 12 October 2016

What Matter, Matters


What’s the difference between the three states of matter?
The solid particles are close together. Also you can hold solid things like a rock or a piece of cake. Even a leaf.
With liquids you can not hold it in your hands because it will all just fall or sink straight out of your hand.
You can not see or feel gases mainly air. Gases can sometimes be seen on a cold day when you breath. But normally you can’t see air or gases.

Write 3 sentences explaining something new you learned from this reading.
Matter is anything that takes up space all around us, Matter also could be related to the light and electronics of the world. Also something new that I have learnt is that everything is matter if someone tells you nothing matters, you can tell them that everything is matter. Also people can’t see air or feel air but they also think air isn’t heavy. But once you blow air from your mouth into a balloon or pool floaties the air will start to make them heavier than they were when they weren’t blown up. Because the more air you blow into a balloon the more heavy the balloon gets. Also the more water that is in a drink bottle the more heavy the drink bottle is. But the more water you drink out of the bottle the bottle starts to get less heavy and lighter.