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### Day 2 venn diagrams numerical

1. 1. AIM: Venn Diagrams Do Now 1
2. 2. Homework: Pages 6-7 #5-13 all, 17ab, 23-31 all 2
3. 3. At a school, 14 students are taking English Composition and 29 are taking Chemistry. If five students are in both classes, how would you display this data into a Venn Diagram? English Chemistry 3
4. 4. JOHN VENN HISTORY (1834­1923)• Venn diagrams were introduced in 1880 by John Venn• John Venn was born August 4, 1834 in Hull, Yorkshire England• He died April 4, 1923 in Cambridge, England• John Venn was a British mathematician and philosopher.• He was ordained a priest 1859 .• The stained glass in Caius Hall at Cambridge University commemorating John Venn 4
5. 5. Band Chorus 10 4 7 Anticipatory Set1.) How many students total are enrolled in Band?2.) How many students total are enrolled in Chorus?3.) How many students are enrolled in a music class?4.) Explain, in a complete sentence, how you determined youranswers for Questions 1 and 2. 5
6. 6. 1.) Fill in the following Venn Diagram based on the table below. Howmany students only take Spanish and how many students only takeFrench? Language Students French 70 Spanish 57 Both 11 6
7. 7. 2.) Fill in the following Venn Diagram based on the table below. Howmany students participate in only Field Hockey and how manystudents participate only in Softball? Sport Students Field Hockey 34 Softball 42 Both 19 7
8. 8. 3.) School coaches plan to send notices to all students playing fallor winter sports. What is the smallest amount of notices they needto send to make sure every student received one? Season Students Fall 155 Winter 79 Both 28 8
9. 9. Extra PracticeNYS Assessment from 2006NYS Assessment from 2008 9
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12. 12. BEFORE YOU LEAVE: Trade a ProblemCreate your own example based on today‛s activity. 12
13. 13. Mr. Tjerslands Math 7Homework: Study for Weekly Quiz #11 13
14. 14. AIM: Venn Diagrams1.) Fill in the following Venn Diagram based on the table below. Howmany students only take Spanish and how many students only takeFrench? Language Students French 70 Spanish 57 Both 11 14
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16. 16. Attachments Cumulative Review Sheet 6.doc