**Pre-Test**. When our time was up, we were put into groups. In our groups, we were given 15 minutes to

**work together**in getting the best/right answer. We then worked together on the answers. One of the people from the group was to be the spy for a minute. The spy could go anywhere around the room and ask other groups about the questions they had

*difficulty*on. When the minute was up, he gave up an extra 4 minutes to finish up the Pre-Test and hand in one paper from each group with all the people from the group's names.

**The Answer for this was B.**

3.5

**4***x***1/4 =***x***3.5 cm**In the beginning, I actually thought that this question was easy. That I just had to multiply 3.5 cm by 4.0 cm and then divide it by a half because of the scale factor of 1:2 which I thought meant to just divide by 1/2. It actually means that the area changes by (1/2)^2.

Formula for

*the Surface Area of a Sphere*:**4pr²**In this question, you should just know the formula for a Sphere which is 4pr². After that, you just plug in the radius. It is

**C**because**A**is a*Volume Formula*for the Sphere. It cannot be**B**or**D**because**B**doesn't have the square after the radius and**D**has a cube instead of a square.There was not just one way this could have been done. The way that Mr. Kuropatwa did it was like this.

x = 19 0

= 190 km

*00 000*cm= 190 km

The way that I did it was what I learned in Science.

*In 1 m, there is 100 cm.*

*In 1 km, there is 1 000 cm.*

First, I multiplied 3.8 by 5 000 000 which equaled to 19 000 000 ( cm ).

I then divided 19 000 000 by 100 making me get 190 000 ( m ).

After that, I divided one more time. I divided 190 000 by 1 000 causing it to be 190 km.

I then divided 19 000 000 by 100 making me get 190 000 ( m ).

After that, I divided one more time. I divided 190 000 by 1 000 causing it to be 190 km.

Mr. Kuropatwa also thought us:

*King Henry Died Mother Didn't Care Much*.Then he drew a staircase from top to bottom:

**K, H, D, M, D, C, M.****K:**

*kilo*

**H:**

*hecto*

**D:**

*deca*

**M:**

*meter*

**D:**

*deci*

**C:**

*centi*

**M:**

*milli*

For the Last question, I understood it the same way we did it in class. It will be easier to check the blog so I'll be leaving it there. I apologize for not writing it down here. Well this is my scribe and I'm sorry that it's late.

Good Luck with the

Like Mr. Kuropatwa says, "

**TEST TOMORROW**!Like Mr. Kuropatwa says, "

*You can have lucky charms ; they are magically delicious. You can also have a rabbit's foot ; but not a real rabbit's foot because that would be cruel.*"**And so I end it here. The Next Scribe will be ANA!**
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