<%@LANGUAGE=VBScript%> Math Matters Level 3 - Chapter 7 - Lesson 1
 
 

Mrs. Wallace is choosing a wallpaper border. She sees several patterns. The first pattern looks like this:

She notices that the shapes on the border are the same size, the same shape, and face in the same direction. These shapes are called slides. It’s as if each consecutive shape has “slid” over from the original shape.

Slides are figures that are identical to, and face in the same direction as, the original figure.

Mrs. Wallace also sees another pattern:

Each shape is different from the one next to it. These shapes are not slides.

Mrs. Wallace decides to buy the first wallpaper border. She thinks the “slide” pattern will look lovely in her home.

EXERCISES
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Do the following pictures show slides? Type yes or no.
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REVIEW
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Find the product.
1. 6 x 4 =
2. 3 x 3 =
3. 7 x 5 =
Find the sum. (You may use a pencil and paper and then type in your answer.)
4. 561 + 825 =
5. 809 + 44 =
6. 63 + 47 =
Round to the nearest ten.
7. 55
8. 96
Find the quotient.
9. 64 ÷ 8 =
10. 30 ÷ 6 =


Level 3
Chapter 7 Lesson 1
Additional Exercises
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Do the following pictures show slides? Type yes or no.
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