When you’re in love, the whole world seems to be a better place. But when one of your favorite TV shows is canceled, or your favorite game gets shut down, it’s easy to feel like all hope is lost.
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What Happens When Cupid Shoots an Arrow Math Worksheet 5.7
This what happens when Cupid shoots an arrow math worksheet is perfect for helping students in 5th grade review their knowledge of unit 5 in algebra. This printable answer key, created by Gina Wilson of All Things Algebra, includes the answers to all questions on the worksheet.
The Importance of Math in Our Everyday Lives
We often take for granted the role that math plays in our everyday lives. Whether we’re balancing our checkbooks, cooking a meal, or driving to work, math is a part of nearly everything we do. This worksheet is designed to help you explore the many ways that math affects your life.
Using the grid provided, label each activity according to whether it uses addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division. Then, explain howmath is used in each activity. Be as specific as possible!
Activity Math Used
Walking Addition and subtraction (step by step)
Eating breakfast Multiplication (measuring ingredients)
Brushing teeth Subtraction (timer)
getting dressed Addition (sleeves + body = shirt)
Answers will vary.
How Math Can Help Us in Our Relationships
When it comes to relationships, we can often use a little help from math. This worksheet will show you how math can help us understand and predict the behavior of our relationships. We will be using algebra to solve for the unknowns in some relationship scenarios. After we have solved for the unknowns, we will be able to see what happens when Cupid’s arrow hits its target!
The Power of Love: A Mathematical Perspective
When Cupid shoots an arrow, he packs a lot of power into a small space. This worksheet will help you explore the mathematical side of Cupid’s arrows. For each problem, write the answer in the space provided.
1. Cupid’s arrows are always shot straight up. If an arrow is shot at a speed of 48 feet per second, how long will it take the arrow to reach its maximum height?
2. When an arrow is shot, it eventually falls back to the ground. If an arrow is shot at a speed of 48 feet per second, how long will it take the arrow to reach the ground?
3. The power of an arrow can be calculated using the equation P= mv^2, where m is the mass of the arrow and v is the velocity of the arrow. If an arrow has a mass of 0.5 grams and is shot at a velocity of 48 feet per second, what is its power?
4. Gina has developed a new arrows that she says are twice as powerful as Cupid’s arrows. If Gina’s arrows have a mass of 1 gram and are shot at a velocity of 96 feet per second, what is their power?
5. What would happen to the power of an arrow if its mass were doubled but its velocity remained the same? What if its velocity were doubled but its mass remained the same?
The Many Faces of Love: A Mathematical Exploration
This math worksheet covers the many different types of love that can be expressed mathematically. Types of love include Platonic love, Brotherly love, Sisterly love, Crush love, and Conjugal love. Each type of love has its own mathematical formula.
The Language of Love: A Mathematical Approach
When Cupid draws his bow to shoot an arrow, the tension in the string is converted into kinetic energy in the arrow. The amount of energy depends on the tension and the weight of the arrow.
In this worksheet, we will use algebra to calculate the amount of energy that is transferred to an arrow when Cupid shoots it. We will also find the answer to a related question: what is the weight of an average Arrow?
The formula for kinetic energy is:
KE = 1/2 mv^2
where KE is kinetic energy, m is mass, and v is velocity.
We will use this formula to solve for the mass of an arrow. First, we need to find the velocity of an arrow. The velocity of an arrow can be found by dividing the distance it travels by the time it takes to travel that distance. For this worksheet, we will assume that an arrow travels at a constant velocity of 30 meters per second.
Now that we know the velocity of an Arrow, we can plug this value into our equation to solve for its mass. We will assume that our Arrow has a kinetic energy of 10 joules. (One joule is equal to 1 Newton-meter.)
m = 2KE/v^2
m = 2(10)/(30)^2
m = 0.02 kg
The Mathematics of Romance: A Look at the Numbers
In this worksheet, we will be taking a look at the mathematics of romance. In particular, we will be looking at what happens when cupid shoots an arrow. We will be using algebra to solve for the unknowns in the equations. The answer key is included at the end of the worksheet.
The Geometry of Love: Shapes and Patterns in Our Relationships
When you are in love, it can feel like you are floating on a cloud. But what is love, really? We can think of love as a mathematical shape or pattern. When Cupid shoots an arrow, it creates a shape that is perfect for two people to share.
This worksheet will help you to explore the geometry of love. You will use algebra to solve some problems about Cupid’s arrows and find the answer key at the end. So get out your pencil and paper and let’s explore the geometry of love!
The Probability of Love: Chance and Fate in Our Relationships
What Happens When Cupid Shoots an Arrow?
Math Worksheet 5.7
Gina Wilson (All Things Algebra), 2015-2016. Answer Key. Cupid has shot his arrow and struck two people. They have a choice to make. Do they believe that it is chance that has brought them together, or do they believe that it is fate? In this worksheet, students will explore the probability of love and relationships in a fun and engaging way!
The Calculus of Love: Change and Motion in Our Relationships
When Cupid shoots an arrow, what happens? Apparently, a lot of things happen all at once! Let’s see if we can figure out some of them using calculus.
This worksheet is based on the math behind the popular TV show “The Big Bang Theory.” In one episode, the character Sheldon tries to explain to his girlfriend Amy how he knows that she is “the one” for him. He does this by showing her a mathematical equation he has created which measures the change and motion in their relationship over time.
The equation goes like this: D(t)=k*[(1-e^(-bt))/(1+e^(-bt))]*[1+sin(wt+p)]
D = Rate of change of love (how fast our love is increasing or decreasing)
t = Time
k, b, w and p are constants that determine the shape of the curve (we will talk more about these later)
e is the natural exponential function (e = 2.71828…)
sin() is the trigonometric sine function
Don’t worry if you don’t understand all of the terms in the equation yet. We will go over each one in detail later on. For now, let’s just focus on understanding what the equation is trying to tell us.