# How to Solve 90×7

First you start with an easier  problem (starter problem). My starter problem  is 9×7=63. I did this because it is a good stater problem. The reason this is a good stater problem because you multiply 10 to 63. This will help you get your answer  to the problem. Next, you do 63×10=630 because you did 90 divided 10 to get 9. So you will have to multiply 63×10=630.Your answer would be 630.

# 5th and 3rd grade amount of computers

This is some of the data I got. The meadin for 3rd grade is  3 and for 5th grade is 3 too.This means that maens that 5th and 3rd grade are pretty close together.

The mode for 3rd grade is 2 and 3. The mode for 5th grade is 2 .That means that the more kids have this  amount of computers than any other amount a 3rd grader can have is 2 or 3 computers and for 5th it  is 2.

The  maximum for 3rd grade is 8 and the maximum for 5th grade is 6.  This means that the most computers a kid could own is 8 and 6 computers.The minimum for 3rd  is 1 and for 5th is 1. This means that the least amount of computers a kid could own is 1.

The range for 3rd grade is 8 and the range for 5th grade is 5. This means that 3rd  grade is more spread out than 5th grade.

The typical 3rd and 5th graders are similar because the minimum is the same and the maximums are close together.

# 4th and 1st grade heights

Our class went to measure 1st graders and to compare it to 4th grade heights, here is what my partner and I found out.The median for 1st grade  is 48″ (middle). The median for 4th grade is 56″.It shows that 1st graders are shorter than 4th graders.

The mode(most people)  for 1st grade  is 49″. The mode is 54″ and 56″.This shows that a ton of kids in 1st and 4th grader’s heights are this height.

The range for 1st grade is 18″. The range for 4th grade is 10″.This shows that the 4th graders are more spread out than 1st graders are.

The outlier  for 4th grade is 61″. There is no outlier for 1st grade. This shows that the tallest person is far away from everyone.

The clump for 1st grade is 45-49.The clump for 4th grade is 54-56.This shows that more people in 4th grade are between 54 and 56 and for 1st grade is between 45-49.This is what we found out!

# Math Shapes

My shape looks like a bunny. I used 2 rhombuses, 2 trapezoids, 3 triangles, 1 square, 2 hexagon. It was easy.