# Using Standard Form in Measurement- Math

In Math, we have been learning how to convert basic numerals into ‘Standard Form’.
Standard form is also known as ‘Scientific Notations’.

Today in Math class, we went outside to look for 4 objects in the school.
We then measured each objects so we could convert them into ‘standard form measurements’ later.
My partner (Marina) and I measured the following things:

Bench (3rd floor)

Printer (3rd floor)

Water Fountain (2nd floor)

TV (Foyer)

Changing units of measurements:

1. Bench-
Length: 154cm (1.54m)
Length in kilometers: 0.00154km
Length in nanometers: 1,540,000,000nm

2. Printer-
Length: 110.6cm (1.106m)
Length in kilometers: 0.001106km
Length in nanometers: 1,106,000,000nm

3. Water Fountain-
Length: 89cm (0.89m)
Length in kilometers: 0.00089km
Length in nanometers: 890,000,000nm

4. Television-
Length: 74.8cm (0.748m)
Length in kilometers: 0.000748km
Length in nanometers: 748,000,000nm

Problems with converting units of measurements

Converting units of measurements can just be difficult to understand in general.
People are used to measuring things in cm/inches but not in km. You know how much a centimeter is by heart since you’re so used to measuring things in that unit but when it comes to converting them into kilometers, you aren’t exactly sure how much a kilometer is. It’s hard to decide whether that object is big or small, long or short when you aren’t too familiar with the unit.
Same with converting centimeters/inches into nanometers/micrometers, you aren’t familiar with these unit, therefore it is hard to understand how big or small the object is when first glancing at the measurement.

Standard form are mainly used for writing really big numbers. Eg; 10 million trillion. Using standard form can minimize the time you spend writing such big numbers down and it saves time đź™‚

It becomes really complicated once you start adding and subtracting the 2 or more measurements written in standard form since you have to convert one of them into the same power of 10 as the other measurement.

# Chapitre 9: Mise En Train

Activity 1:Â Tu as compris?

It was fine but she didn’t do much.

2.Â DidÂ MagaliÂ have a good weekend? Why? Why not?
Yes, she did. She had fun with Florent and Ahmed c:

3.Â Do you thinkÂ MagaliÂ likesÂ Ahmed? How can you tell?
Yes, Magali likes Ahmed đź™‚ She said Ahmed was cute and nice and she was also really happy when Ahmed gave his phone number to her.

4.Â Why doesÂ MagaliÂ have to hang up?
She hangs up because her dad wants to use the phone.

Qui a fait Ă§a, Magali ou HĂ©lĂ¨ne?

1. Aller aux Baux: Magali

4. Aller au thĂ©Ă˘tre antique: Magali

Activity 3:Â Mets en ordre
PutÂ Magaliâ€™s activities in order according toÂ Un week-end spĂ©cial.

1.Elle a rencontrĂ© un garĂ§on sympa.

3. Elle est allĂ©e aux Baux-de-Provence.

Activity 4: C’est qui?
A quelle personne correspond chaque phrase?

2.Â Cette personne a passĂ© un bon week-end- Magali

3.Â Cette personne est super gentille- Ahmed

4.Â Pendant le week-end, cette personneÂ nâ€™a rien fait de spĂ©cial- HĂ©lĂ¨ne

Activity 5:Â Cherche les expressions

According toÂ Un week-end spĂ©cial, what do you say in French?

AllĂ´?

2. To identify yourself on the phone?
Câ€™estâ€¦ Ă  lâ€™appareil.

Tu asÂ passĂ© un bon week-end?

4. To ask what someone did?
Quâ€™est-ce que tu as fait?

5. To tell someone to hold?
Attends une seconde.

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# Allez, viens en Arles!

Avant d’explorer

A. Some of your friends are going on a vacation to Arles. They’ve asked you to help them plan their trip. They would like to visit a monument and a museum and go to a festival. Think of a keyword in French for each piece of information you need to search on the Internet, and write your keywords below.
Keywords: Festives, Les Arenes Romains, La Camargue, Les Alyscamps, ObĂ©lisque.

En ligne!

B. Now, explore the Internet for the information you need to find and fill the chart below with the name of each place or event your friends could visit and its location, and briefly describe what there is to see and do there.

Musee RĂ©attu- Located near the Roman Baths in Arles. The Reattu museum is a modern art museum and it features various drawings by Picasso.

Les Arenes Romaines- France Arles. Arenes Romaines is an arena where you can enjoy plays, concerts and bullfighting đź™‚

Les Rencontres Arles- 34 Rue du Docteur Fanton, 13200 Arles. Rencontres Arles is a festival which displays photographies.

Write the name and URL of each site you visited to complete Activity B:
www.museereatu.arles.fr, arlesfrance.ca/attractions/reattu-museum.html
www.rencontres-arles.com/A11/Home

C. You have a passion for regional cuisine, and you’d love to know what’s cooking in Arles. List three dishes mentioned on the Web sites you find and their main ingredients.

1. Filets de rougetsÂ Ăˇ la creme d’olive et marjolaine
Main Ingredients:

• Red Mullet
• Marjoram
• Olive
• Butter

2. Gigot d’agneau de lait braise aux petits oignons
Main Ingredients:

• Lamb
• Onions
• White Wine
• Butter
• Milk

3. Soupe au Pistou
Main Ingredients:

• Green beans
• Zucchini
• Tomatoes
• Carrots
• Potatoes
• Pasta

Sources:
www.provenceweb.fr/f/mag/cooking/clasilva1/html, www.provenceweb.fr/f/mag/cooking/recettes/marie/pistou.htm

D. Explore l’Internet et trouve des informations sur une personne cĂ©lĂ¨bre qui a habitĂ© en Arles ou en Provence.

1. Son nom: Vincent Van Gogh
2. Ou il/elle a habitĂ©: Netherlands, Paris, Arles, etc.
3. Quand il/elle y a habitĂ©: Netherlands from 1853 to 1886, Paris from 1886 to 1888, Arles from 1888 to 1889, Saint RĂ©my from 1889 to 1890 and Auvers-Sur-Oise 1890 May to 1890 July.
4. La raison de saÂ cĂ©lĂ¨britĂ©: He became famous for his artwork and influence ib Expressionism and Fauvism.

Sources:
WemMuseum Paris
www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/gogh
Wikipedia
en/wikipedia.org/wiki/Vincent_Van_Gogh#Bibliography

Faisons le bilan

E. List five new French words that you learned while doing the previous activities and explain what each word means.
1. Agneau- Lamg
2. Fermes- Farm
3. Thermes- Bath
4. Rougets- Red Mullet
5. Courgette- Zucchini

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