Thursday, December 1, 2011

Carbon footprint

The word carbon foot print is how much carbon dioxide is produced from one indivdual person. People say that carbon dioxide is the reason of global warming. So when ever a strange change in climate it is probably from carbon dioxide.The main producers on carbon footprints are population, economic output, and energy and carbon intensity of the economy.

What is a Carbon Footprint?

You may have already heard the term “carbon footprint”, but what exactly does it mean? Define a carbon footprint.  What types of factors are included in calculating a carbon footprint. Is the carbon footprint per individual, per family, per community, or could it be all three? What energy do you use in your home, when you travel to and from school or during your daily life?  What resources does it take to maintain your life style?

Friday, November 11, 2011

Plate Tectonics

How does the theory of plate tectonics help us explain natural phenomena such as earthquakes and mountains? Be sure to include all requirements listed in your rubric.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Chemical Changes

What are the indicators of a chemical change?

Physical Changes

What are the indicators of a physical change?


What is the relationship between mass and volume? What is the formula for density?

Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalloids

Compare and contrast metals, nonmetals, and metalliods.

Compounds and Elements

What is the difference between a chemical symbol and a chemical formula?

Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures

What is the difference between elements, compounds, and mixtures?

Tuesday, October 4, 2011


Hey can you find the lcm of 38 and 19 also the lcm of 12 and 36.

Can you also have find then gcf of 27 and 72 also of 45 and 63.

Then try to find the mean median and mode of the the numbers.

Have fun Wesley come to me to find answers or create problems

Monday, September 26, 2011

Hey Wesley...

Wesley, I saw that you have some drafts with order of operation problems for people to solve. Why don't you post them? It's a great idea!

Pemdas Problem

10 x 3 [4 + 5 (2 x 7) - 9-5] 69/3

If you solve the problem come check with Wesley.

Good Luck

Friday, August 19, 2011


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