[Highlight Of The Day]
Students learned to find (HCF ) Highest Common Factors using Tabular Method and Tree Method.
Students appeared for Formative Assessment of Descriptive Writing using the strategy of “Show Don’t Tell” on the topic” Uttarayan Celebration”.
Complete the Weekend homework if it is left to submit and submit it tomorrow.
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Solve the given Math worksheet.
Solve the word problem in your notebook:
Shweta’s birthday is approaching near and her mother decides to organize a party for her. She decides to invite all her friends and finally ends up sending invites to 30 children. She orders the cake and makes the arrangement of all other things. At last, she visits the nearest toy shop to buy return gifts for the children and finalizes following toys:
||Price per piece
a)Calculate the total cost that Shweta’s mother pays to the shopkeeper.
b)The mother pays ₹ 4000 cash to the shopkeeper. Find the amount of money she gets back from the shopkeeper.
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Grade8 – G8 Rhapsody
Homework assigned by: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submission Date: Wed Jan 16 2019 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Dear Learners,
Watch the video shared with you on G-classroom and complete the individual worksheet assigned.
Central Presentation Link: Click here to view
Expected Time: 15 minutes
Math: Students practiced finding the Highest Common Factors using the prime factorization method (Tree method and Tabular method) using real-life word problems.
Language: Formative assessment was conducted.
ICT: Create a poster to promote any product of your choice.
Day 5, Tuesday.
- Students revised the concept of factors, multiples and divisibility rules.
Learners were introduced to HCF and further, they learned to find HCF through prime factorization method.
Language: Redo – ‘The Messy Classroom’ in your writers’ notebook, as per the feedback given by the teacher.
1) Complete the following in your Math HW notebook –
- Even numbers are the multiples of ________.
- 24 is an even number but 29 is an ________ number.
- ________ is neither prime nor composite number.
- ________ is the only even prime number.
- The smallest prime number is ________.
- The smallest odd composite number is ________.
- There are ________ prime numbers between 1 and 15.
2) Write the definition in your book – When we find all the factors of two or more numbers, and some factors are the same (“common”), then the largest of those common factors is the Greatest Common Factor or Highest Common Factor.
– From Mathisfun.com
3) Solve the following:
a) Write the factors of 7, 17, 27, 47 and 117
b) Write any 5 multiples of 9, 13 and 19
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