MATH AROUND USInstruction: 

The second task for March is to find a real life Math problem, to solve it and to show to others the solution of the problem.
Everyone is free to choose the way of presentation, like in the previous task.
You can post your presentations HERE.
It would be nice if we could finish this task till the end of March.
Have fun and enjoy!
Everyone is free to choose the way of presentation, like in the previous task.
You can post your presentations HERE.
It would be nice if we could finish this task till the end of March.
Have fun and enjoy!
With an aim to exercise:
Our task is to calculate how much material is needed, how much it will cost in Serbian dinars and to convert that price into euros.
Carpenter will use MDF Sheets, 10mm thick, which cost 600 RSD per 1m2.
We are going to work in groups on this task.
 calculation of the polygon's area,
 multiplication of multidigit numbers,
 converting units of measurement surfaces and
 connecting maths with a practical life,
Our task is to calculate how much material is needed, how much it will cost in Serbian dinars and to convert that price into euros.
Carpenter will use MDF Sheets, 10mm thick, which cost 600 RSD per 1m2.
We are going to work in groups on this task.
Italian team from Grosseto: from bees to probability
Inspired by the work of our friends from Žitorađa, we solved the same problem using the knowledge from proportions.
peer education
The last class in this school year was the common class held between the students of the 6th and the 7th grade.
The seventh graders held a lecture (workshop) to their younger buddies about the proportions in practice and introduced them with the themes and a new subject (chemistry) that they will have in the next year.
The seventh graders held a lecture (workshop) to their younger buddies about the proportions in practice and introduced them with the themes and a new subject (chemistry) that they will have in the next year.