Friday, 17 November 2017

Court Perimeter

For maths Room Five had to find out the length, width and perimeter of our court.  First we did an estimate by saying every two steps was a metre and we walked around the court. Then once we had our measurements of our width and length we added them together and timed them by two. Then we used the metre sticks to get the exact measurements and did the same thing. After that we made a Google drawing to show what the length, width and the perimeter of the court was. The perimeter of a shapes is the measurement of the outside of the shape all around. Here are my measurements.
  

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