Class Agenda #29

Opener

Take a look at the back of Part 4, and you’ll see these two questions:

2. What value do you get for P/d if you round the length of the outer side to 2 decimal places? Show a few important steps of this calculation.

3. What value do you get for P/d if you round the length of the outer side to 3 decimal places? Show a few important steps of this calculation.

Answer these two questions for an octagon (n=8) and for a 360-gon (n=360).

45 Minutes of Work Time

  • Goal for today: finish the Big Chart on Excel.
  • If you need the file, you can get it here.
  • If you’re done, ask for Part 5.

End of Class: Part 5 Handout

  • Part 5: The π Paper
  • There is no rubric on this project, instead, you must compete the self-assessment.
  • The marking period ends on Friday, May 3.  You must submit your completed project by then.
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