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Day One Reflection

Answer these questions before anything else and post them on the web. Keep a copy in your Math folder as you will revisit them at a later date.
  1. What is the biggest number you have used this year?
  2. What is the biggest number you have used this week?
  3. How big is the biggest number you think you understand?
  4. What would you measure or describe using this number?
  5. What is the biggest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size?
  6. What is the smallest number you have used this week?
  7. What is the smallest number you have used this year?
  8. How big is the smallest number you think you understand?
  9. What would you measure or describe using this number?
  10. What is the smallest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size?

Paste your answers below - include your name-school on its own line at the top of your piece of work and make this Heading 3.

Sean - (Hadlow)

1. What is the biggest number you have used this week? 3000
2. What is the biggest number you have used this year?
It was 2000000000, but now that I wrote that number below it is now 999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999
3. How big is the biggest number you think you understand? 999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999
4. What would you measure or describe using this number?
Distances in space.
5. What is the biggest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size?
The universe, huge.
6. What is the smallest number you have used this week?
-2
7. What is the smallest number you have used this year?
-10
8. How big is the smallest number you think you understand?
-999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999
9. What would you measure or describe using this number?
Can’t think of anything…
10. What is the smallest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size?
Atoms, minute.


Daniel (Hadlow)

1. What is the biggest number you have used this week? 1000
2. What is the biggest number you have used this year? 9,000,000,000,
3. How big is the biggest number you think you understand? 999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999
4. What would you measure or describe using this number? Distances in Solar System
5. What is the biggest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size? The Entire World and Planets
6. What is the smallest number you have used this week? 8
7. What is the smallest number you have used this year? 0.005
8. How big is the smallest number you think you understand?
-999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999
9. What would you measure or describe using this number? I don’t know
10. What is the smallest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size? Atoms or Molecules



Sophie, Greytown

  1. What is the biggest number you have used this week?10,000,000
  2. What is the biggest number you have used this year? 30,000,000,000,000
  3. How big is the biggest number you think you understand? 999,999,999,999,999
  4. What would you measure or describe using this number? The one before quadrillion.
  5. What is the biggest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size? I can understand the size of the earth its circumference is 40,075.02 km (equatorial).
  6. What is the smallest number you have used this week? 1
  7. What is the smallest number you have used this year? 0.04
  8. How big is the smallest number you think you understand? 0.0001
  9. What would you measure or describe using this number? A billionth of 1.
  10. What is the smallest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size? Atoms. They are what everything is made of.



Kaden, Greytown

1. The biggest number I have used this week is 500,000
2. The biggest number I have used this year is 50,000,000,000
3. The biggest number I can understand is 999,999,999,999,999
4. What would you measure or describe using this number? It near the biggest possible number
5. What is the biggest thing that you think you can understand? Can you describe it's size? The world it holds all of us and its circumference 40,075.02 km
6. The smallest number I have used this week is 1
7. The smallest number I have used this year is 0.001
8. How big is the smallest number you think you can understand? 0.00001
9. What would you measure or describe using this number? .1 of billion
10. What is the smallest thing you can understand? Can you describe it's size? An atom they are so small and you can't see them because they are so small.



Tig, Greytown



  1. What is the biggest number you have used this week? 999,999,999,999,999,999,998
  2. What is the biggest number you have used this year? 999,999,999,999,999,999,998
  3. How big is the biggest number you think you understand? 999,999,999,999,999,999,998
  4. What would you measure or describe using this number? the amount of atoms in your hand?
  5. What is the biggest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size? The amount of atoms in your hand. It's size: um... well the size of your hand?
  6. What is the smallest number you have used this week? 0.0002
  7. What is the smallest number you have used this year? 0.0002
  8. How big is the smallest number you think you understand? 0.0002
  9. What would you measure or describe using this number? one billionth of 2?
  10. What is the smallest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size? an atom... Erm... it's small enough that you can't see it?

Madison,Greytown

1.What is the biggest number you have used this week? 3454
2.What is the biggest number you have used this year? 99,999,999,999.5
3.How is the biggest number you think you understand? 999,999,999,999,999.9999
4.What would you measure or describe using this number? The amount of books in the world?
5.What is the biggest thing that you think you understand?Can you describe it's size? The amount of books in the world and about the size of the 3 biggest buildings in the world.
6.What is the smallest number you have used this week? 0.01
7.What is the smallest number you have used this year? 0.001
8.How big is the biggest smallest number you think you understand? 0.0000009
9.What would you measure or describe using this number? one trillionth of 9
10.W

Hi Madison. You might like to upload number ten again to show your understanding of these minuscule number!

Arnon Tapp Carterton

1. What is the biggest number you have used this week? 28688474
2. What is the biggest number you have used this year? 28688474
3. How big is the biggest number you think you understand? 999999999
4. What would you measure or describe using this number? 999999999 million
5. What is the biggest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size? earth huge
6. What is the smallest number you have used this week? 1
7. What is the smallest number you have used this year? -4
8. How big is the smallest number you think you understand? -999999999
9. What would you measure or describe using this number? nothing
10. What is the smallest thing that you think you understand?Can you describe it's size?an atom small enough that no one can see it.

Harrison Birkett Carterton

  1. What is the biggest number you have used this week? 28688474
  2. What is the biggest number you have used this year? 28688474
  3. How big is the biggest number you think you understand? 999999999
  4. What would you measure or describe using this number? millions
  5. What is the biggest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size? booms colosal
  6. What is the smallest number you have used this week? -1
  7. What is the smallest number you have used this year? -999999999
  8. How big is the smallest number you think you understand? -999999999
  9. What would you measure or describe using this number? nothing
  10. What is the smallest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size? atom to small for anyone to reconise.

  11. Emma, Greytown


  12. What is the biggest number you have used this week?
  13. 1994.
  14. What is the biggest number you have used this year? 1
  15. 00 million and 2 plus 1000 million and 3.
  16. How big is the biggest number you think you understand?
  17. 1000 million.
  18. What would you measure or describe using this number?
  19. People or objects or creatures (like flies).
  20. What is the biggest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size?
  21. I understand very big houses, such as the white house. It is very big, the property would be several acres wide.
  22. What is the smallest number you have used this week?
  23. 2
  24. What is the smallest number you have used this year?
  25. - 6
  26. How big is the smallest number you think you understand?
  27. - 100 million
  28. What would you measure or describe using this number?
  29. How much money you have, temperature.
  30. What is the smallest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size?
  31. Sand flies, they are about 2 millimetres long. That's very small.



Dan (4r[1$[3
Greytown School
1. What is the biggest number you have used this week? 1500
2. What is the biggest number you have used this year? 9,999,999
3. How big is the biggest number you think you understand? 999,999,999,999,999,999, 999,999,999,999,999,999
4. What would you measure or describe using this number? Light years
5. What is the biggest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size? Greytown, No
6. What is the smallest number you have used this week? 0.175
7. What is the smallest number you have used this year? 0.001
8. How big is the smallest number you think you understand? 0.000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,001
9. What would you measure or describe using this number? I don’t know
10. What is the smallest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size?Atom, Tiny

jelmer,Greytown

  1. What is the biggest number you have used this year?100 million light years
  2. What is the biggest number you have used this week?100 million light years
  3. How big is the biggest number you think you understand?1,000,000,000
  4. What would you measure or describe using this number?the amount of people on the world?
  5. What is the biggest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size?the sun huge
  6. What is the smallest number you have used this week?0.000001 ångstroms
  7. What is the smallest number you have used this year?0.00000.1 ångstroms
  8. How big is the smallest number you think you understand?0.09
  9. What would you measure or describe using this number?fraction of something
  10. What is the smallest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size?an ant? small

Matthew, Greytown


  1. What is the biggest number you have used this week? 999,999,999,999
  2. What is the biggest number you have used this year? 999,999,999,999
  3. How big is the biggest number you think you understand? 999,999,999,999
  4. What would you measure or describe using this number? space, time
  5. What is the biggest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size? space, time
  6. What is the smallest number you have used this week? -999,999,999
  7. What is the smallest number you have used this year? -999,999,999
  8. How big is the smallest number you think you understand? -999,999,999,999
  9. What would you measure or describe using this number? atoms, particals
  10. What is the smallest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size? atoms tiny