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International Mathematics : Probability

International Mathematics : Probability

Grade10 – All,G10 Harbinger,G10 Nonpareil
Homework assigned by: urvi.shah@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Mon Oct 01 2018 12:30:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Complete the following in your Math notebook.

1) Worksheet-1 on Probability which is posted on Google Classroom.

2) Student Assessment- 1 (given on page no- 430 and 431) in Ric Pimental book.

Note- This homework is for IM- Extended students only.
Expected Time: 100 minutes

International Mathematics : Probability

International Mathematics : Probability

Grade10 – All,G10 Harbinger,G10 Nonpareil
Homework assigned by: urvi.shah@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Mon Oct 01 2018 12:30:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Complete the following in your Math notebook.

1) Worksheet-1 on Probability which is posted on Google Classroom.

2) Student Assessment- 1 (given on page no- 430 and 431) in Ric Pimental book.

Note- This homework is for IM- Extended students only.
Expected Time: 100 minutes

Homework for the day – 27th September 2018

Homework for the day – 27th September 2018

  • Watch the video links given below and complete the task:-

Link 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMR-oMpCbjo&t=24s
Link 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H158-6LE9Wg

Can you think one such crazy idea?

Identify these ideas and fill out the sheet. Link :http://Khushi Chopra Kshivean Taneja Ananya Jain Tanish Chadha Prasham Patel Yagya Bisani Aaryamaan Patel Mahek Banthia Jannat Bhagat Suhaan Gwalani Pranay Malu Anshika Bhargava Ramit Moradia Shubham Iyer Raghav Agrawal Arnee Parmar Deetya Jain Preksha Karwa Aarav Kanodia Harshal Gajipara

Highlights of the day 27-09-18

Highlights of the day 27-09-18

Day 6

Language

Chapter 9 – ‘The Land of Dreams’ from the reader – The Magic Faraway Tree was read. The learners were then asked to create their own poems following the pattern used in the chapter.

UOI

Read aloud of the book ‘Weather’ was done. The students understood the difference between Weather and Climate.

Homework

Math

The population of City A


Year             Population
2011             3,25,499
2012            5,37,500
2013            6,45,676
2014            5,34,570
2015            5,37,729
2016            6,44,676

Study the table carefully and answer the questions that follow:

a) What is the population of the City A in the Year 2012 and 2014? Write the numbers with their number names.
b) Arrange the population of City A from lowest to highest number.
c) Write the expanded form of the population of the City A in the Year 2011 and 2015.
d) Compare the population of the City A in the year 2013 with its population in the year 2016. Do you find any growth in population? Yes\No.
e) Compare the population of the City A in the year 2014 with its population in the year 2015. Do you find any growth in population? Yes\No.
f) Write the population of the City A in the year 2014 and do skip count by 7 (up to 4 places).
g) Write the succeeding number of the population of the City A in the year 2011.
h) Write the preceding number of the population of the City A in the year 2012.
i) Write a set of 10 numbers in sequence beginning with the number of population of City A during the Year 2014.

UOI

Watch the video link.

Reminder – Book retell will be held on 1st October.

Happy Reading 🙂

Highlight and Homework

Highlight and Homework

Star of the day : Star of the day goes to Karan. During the visit to the solar panel, he demonstrated the learner profile Inquirer. He enthusiastically asked questions to the sir to gain deeper understanding about it.

Highlight

ICT : Students learnt about the how to compose an email and etiquette to be followed while writing the mail

UOI : Students created a model and tested whether we can wind energy to do work.

Homework

Math : Students have to answer the following questions in their math homework book

  1. Write the formula to find the perimeter of a square and a rectangle.
  2. Write the formula to find the area of a square and a rectangle.
  3. Reya wanted to paint a square wall. The length of the wall was 24 m. What is the area of the wall ? The cost of painting 1 sq. cm is Rs 12. What is the cost that she will incur to paint the wall.
  4. Each table in a classroom is 100 cm long and 50 cm. What is area of the table ? There are 16 tables in the class. What is the total area of the tables in the classroom ?
  5. Tanush wants to install new carpet in his living room. The room’s length is 75 m and width is 65 m. If the cost of the carpet is Rs.8 per square meter, what will be the total cost to carpet Tanush’s living room?
  6. Naisha is making a display board for the school’s talent show. The display board is 25 m by 12 m. If ribbon costs Rs. 2 per meter, how much will it cost to add a ribbon border around the entire display board?

Regards,

Ekta Bathija

Highlights and homework – Day 6 – September 27th

Highlights and homework – Day 6 – September 27th

UOI – Learners practised writing the scientific method for the experiment they are planning to conduct at home. Further, 5 essential elements of PYP were discussed for the current unit.

Math – Learners practised area and perimeter through real-life situations.

Homework –

UOI –

  1. Read the energy stories on Getepic – Clean and Green Energy and Energy First Science and write the reflection in 4 R’s worksheet.
  2. Conduct the experiment and write your observation in the colour paper provided to you.

Language – Revisit the page no 3 to 8 of Empowering English Reference book for enriching your vocabulary. Ensure to use the dictionary for the new words. Refer to Clothes Description and Facial Description for reference.