Sunday, August 28, 2016
Learn how to the highest common factor using the ladder method
The highest common factor ( also called the greatest common factor or the greatest common denominator is the largest number that divides evenly into two or more numbers.
The ladder method is an easy method for finding the highest common factor. ( HCF)
Keywords | Highest Common Factor | Greatest Common Factor | GCF | HCF | Ladder Method| Math|
Brain structure and function-Brain lobes and Hemispheres
Middle School Science
The brain has a left and right hemisphere. The left hemisphere controls movement on the right side of your body and the right hemisphere controls the left side. In addition the left
The brain is made up of 4 lobes, the brain stem, and the cerebellum.
The four lobes are theTemporal Lobe which helps us process sounds, in other words helps us hear. The temporal lobe also helps some with balance.
The Parietal Lobe It is called the “association lobe” It communicates with other lobes.The parietal lobe is where information such as taste, temperature and touch are integrated, or processed.
The Occipital lobe This lobe is responsible for processing your vision
The lobe Is responsible for executive function. This includes memory,impulse control, your emotions, planning and organization.
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Parts of the brain left hemisphere and right hemisphere-- The brain has two main hemispheres, the left hemisphere and the right hemisphere. The left side of your brain controls movement on the right side of your body, and the right side controls movement on the left side.
The left hemisphere is more logical and organized and the right side is more creative and emotional
The left side of the brain is the more logical side of your brain. The left side performs exact math and science computation problems. In addition the left side of the brain handles many of the duties of speaking and pulls facts from memory.
The right side of the brain is the creative and emotional side of your brain. It helps with art and music and helps with spatial awareness. The right side helps makes sense of what you seeand face recognition
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Equivalent Ratios can be used to find missing values. In this video I use the box method to find missing values.
In this video I solve three equivalent ratio problems.
The car can travel 4 miles in 5 minutes, how far will the car travel in 15 minutes?
A runner can run 3 miles in 24 minutes. If the runner continues this pace, how long will it take to run 9 miles?
Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Types of Decomposers-Middle School Science
Learn about four types of decomposers,worms,bacteria,fungi, and some insects. Decomposers are important because they recycle important nutrients back into the environment.
Keywords | insects | fungi | bacteria | worms | ecosystem | recycle | science
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