# Design A Room Math Project

By | January 20, 2022

Design A Room Math Project. Part 1 involves reading a description of a room and drawing simple scale diagrams (a grid is provided) before pricing up a carpet from a discount company. At the end, calculate the total area and perimeter of the house.

(all work should be shown on a separate piece of paper.) *make your rooms proportional to the size the rooms need to be. Include as many different geometric shapes as possible. The third part of your project consists of a presentation to the class on the date it is due.

### Makedo Windball Is A Simple, Yet Unique Geometry Project.

Students may work individually or as a team of two. Students may need reminded that they will share this information along. Part 1 involves reading a description of a room and drawing simple scale diagrams (a grid is provided) before pricing up a carpet from a discount company.

### Explain How You Calculated The Flooring Cost

• identify the steps in the electrical design process. Draw a scale diagram of a room and then see if you can fit all the furniture in. Basically, all you do is assemble simple cardboards and turn them into a kind of art form.

### Must Describe Your Floor Plan And How Your Home Will Look 3.

Everything you need is here…teacher in Explain how you found the area of each room 4. Also includes perimeter and area questions.

### The Rooms You Draw Will Be Smaller.

The length and the width of your room and then find the area and the perimeter of the room. For each room the group of students will need to find: *your rooms must be labeled for what they are.

### Students Will Design Their Dream House, Giving Area And Perimeter Of Each Room.

Your house must have at least three rooms and a perimeter of at least 120 feet. After 20 years, this is still a student favorite in my classes! • interpret the various components of an electrical plan, including general and specialized loads, lighting systems, and distribution systems.