Day 16 Reflections

Answer these questions and post them on the web.
  1. What is the biggest number you have used this week?
  2. What is the biggest number you have used this year?
  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 you answers below - include your name-school on its own line at the top of your piece of work and make this Heading 3. Now go back and have a look at your answers on Day One
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Tig (greytown)


  1. What is the biggest number you have used this week? A googolplex (10/100/10)
  2. What is the biggest number you have used this year? A googolplex (10/100/10)
  3. How big is the biggest number you think you understand? A googolplex (10/100/10)
  4. What would you measure or describe using this number? Pancakes for breakfast! nah just kidding. Maybe the amount of light years in our galaxy (Sol)
  5. What is the biggest thing that you think you understand? The galaxy. Can you describe it's size? Bigger than what I thought Big was before this work unit
  6. What is the smallest number you have used this week? 0.0001 ångstroms
  7. What is the smallest number you have used this year? 0.0001 ångstroms
  8. How big is the smallest number you think you understand? 0.0001 ångstroms
  9. What would you measure or describe using this number? A very very very very very very very small section of your hand
  10. What is the smallest thing that you think you understand? An atom Can you describe it's size? lets just say that there is 3.5 billion on the tip of a pin.

Madison,Greytown

  1. What is the biggest number you have used this week? 1,000 million light years.
  2. What is the biggest number you have used this year?100,000 million light years.
  3. How big is the biggest number you think you understand?100,000 million light years.
  4. What would you measure or describe using this number?the size of space.
  5. What is the biggest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size?Space the size of space.
  6. What is the smallest number you have used this week?100ånstograms.
  7. What is the smallest number you have used this year?1,000ånstograms.
  8. How big is the smallest number you think you understand?100ånstograms.
  9. What would you measure or describe using this number?The size of a corpusal.
  10. What is the smallest thing that you think you understand? Can you describe it's size? The inside of a white corpusal.