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The picture is what a bar graph would look like.
Next we began to work on a few problems with the bar graph packet.
It was: $20 in your wallet, $60 int he bank, and $20 pocket.
If you take $20 out of the bank, and put it in your pocket what would the bar graph look like now.
We would then draw a picture of the change. This is what the rest of the bar graph packet was like.
Then we got into groups, mine was going over the elevator problem.
Say the elevator is 1000 N and Mary is 100 N the weight now is 1100 N the elevator height is 10 meters, how can you figure out how much work was done?
1100* 20= 22000 J
We got 1100 form the weight of Mary and the elevator, and we got 20 because we drew a picture to help us figure out how much distance the elevator would have to go..
Next we had to figure it out if Marys twin sister was on it, we assume she weighs the same.
Mary is 100 pounds, and her twin is 100 pounds
If we went on the elevator for 4 floors instead of 3, it would be:
1100 because of the weight of the elevator and Mary, and 30 because of the amount of meters between the floor of the first floor and third.
Something I am a little bit confused on is how to make an integer statement. If anyone wants to comment and tell me how, that would be good.