1) Reminders:**Skating Friday (still need 5 more seats)****Churchill registration form can be handed in to Mr. Fisher (me)****Fractions and Decimals Unit Party***(test)*next week
2) Homewrok:**Math: p.69 #1-11 p.71 # 1-11 (Click on the assignment)****Marking guide from yesterday (click here)**
3) Post A Response:**Choose any**__three__of the math jokes below and explain what makes them funny and how they are related to the math concepts we are studying.**Optional Challenge: What math question is being modelled below?**
Math Challenge! Math Jokes!
22 Comments
Miikka
12/13/2017 04:43:16 pm
FIRST!
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Emily
12/13/2017 04:48:36 pm
Second!
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Emily
12/13/2017 05:02:09 pm
"If Newton had missed the point."
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Amairis
12/13/2017 04:52:34 pm
Third
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Miikka
12/13/2017 04:52:44 pm
257-39
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Miikka
12/13/2017 04:54:39 pm
Math challenge!
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Aden
12/13/2017 05:29:38 pm
4th
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Roshin
12/13/2017 05:52:04 pm
5th
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Emily
12/13/2017 08:04:00 pm
You're supposed to pick 3
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Tasia
12/13/2017 06:17:00 pm
"Hey man, if you could spare me a ten, it would really help me out..."
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Lawrence
12/13/2017 06:30:15 pm
Hey man, if you could spare a 10, it will help me out ...
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veeer
12/13/2017 07:16:02 pm
8th
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Kaya
12/13/2017 07:52:01 pm
The second joke is pretty funny... When you need to subtract a number from a number, such as 27 - 39, you need to borrow from the next place value over because 7 - 9 would result in a negative. So by saying "borrow a ten", the seven means for the nine to give a set of ones to it.
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Kaya
12/13/2017 07:54:22 pm
The optional math question is showing 4/5 x 2/3. 4/5 x 2/3 = 8/15
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Cooper
12/13/2017 08:06:26 pm
The rounding sheep joke
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Jordan
12/13/2017 09:01:16 pm
6 is funny because the original price of the item was $8.99 and they put it on sale to $6.99 and at the end it said you would save $20.00 when actually you save a digit less $2.00.
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Eric Ni
12/13/2017 09:01:49 pm
no offense but bruh teacher
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Eric Ni
12/13/2017 09:02:10 pm
!?!?!?!?!?!?!!!
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David
12/13/2017 09:38:15 pm
Repeating decimals:
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Lainey
12/13/2017 09:54:22 pm
1. The sandwich one, where PJ has his sandwich divided into four pieces (fractions!), while the girl has hers divided into two pieces. She thinks that PJ has more than her because he has more pieces than her. It's kind of like simplifying the four pieces PJ has into the two halves the girl has, also, no matter how many pieces you cut it into, it's the same amount.
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Daniel
12/13/2017 11:12:33 pm
The sign that said on sale was the best because it proves that even with certain simple jobs some homosapiens aren’t as advanced.
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Coco
12/14/2017 07:24:02 am
Was $8.99 now $6.99. Save $20.00!
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