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Tile Patterning

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Ayesha Masood

on 12 October 2012

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Transcript of Tile Patterning

Question #1: Add 1 tile on each corner. Question #2: Question #4: Question #3: Question #5: The End! Credits Aamina- Resource Manager Abinaya- Recorder Reporter Ayesha- Task Manager Shiwani- Facilatator Rule: Figure 0 Rule: Add one tile on each corner. Figure 1 Rule: Continue adding one tile on each corner. Figure 2 Continue adding 1 tile on each corner. Figure 3 Continue adding one tile on each corner Figure 4 Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 Figure 5 The 20th figure has 20 tiles.
The tiles go diagonally on the
corners of a rectangle made up
of 6 squares Figure #20: Figure 0 Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 Figure 5 3a+6 Start at 6 and add by 4 Graphs show how the figures expand and abbreviate. The input output table shows the difference between the figure and the number of tiles. Figures show it because you can visually see the tiles increasing. They all make a connection to the pattern rule. 6+4= 10 10+4= 14 Graph, Arrow & Tables Figures .................. ect Figure #1 Figure #0 Graphs Figures Input Output
Table Tile Pattern Teasure Hunt Team Challenge #4 The End! Credits
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