Several of you have caught the* “Hopscotch Bug”* and are creating * AMAZING *things in Hopscotch! For this week’s Math Minute, you’ll be using Hopscotch to draw some polygons.

**How can you spend your Math Minutes this week?**

**How can you spend your Math Minutes this week?**

- Start by watching this video
- Copy the chart from the video onto a piece of paper, or create the chart on your iPad. NOTE: You can go past a 12-sided figure if you want.
- As the video suggests, fill in the chart with the remaining information (polygon names and angles).
- Send a picture of your completed chart and a screenshot of the polygons you created in Hopscotch.

- Explore this website by increasing and decreasing the number of sides on a polygon. Watch the angles change as you do this. While on the website, explore and find the answers to the following questions:
- What are
*regular*polygons? - What are
*convex*and*concave*polygons? - What are
*supplementary*angles? What does that have to do with this activity? - How did you figure out which number to enter for the degrees in the
in Hopscotch?**Turn Command**

- What are
- Leave a comment with the answer to one of the questions above and/or post any new information you learned/observations you made. Remember when leaving a comment to include your first name, grade, and school (i.e. Trevor, 3, Sunset).

**Happy Coding!**

**Happy Coding!**

I’ve done coding (programming) on Khan Academy before but this was different. It had a similar difficulty level as Khan, but I guess I shouldn’t be comparing them if I already know they are different. It’s kind of difficult, so good luck everyone!

I did it here it is:

pentagon 5 71

hexagon 6 60

heptagon 7 51

octagon 8 45

nonagon 9 40

decagon 10 36

hendecagon 11 33

dodecanedron 12 30

tridecagon 13 28

todradecagon 14 26

pentadecagon 15 24

He didn’t do the 5 space which obviously is the pentagon because penta means 5. The degrees of this shape is basically what Evan said (71).