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3) Post A Response:- Chose two of the following fractions (0ne multiplication question and one division question) and estimate the product or quotient.
__Provide a detained explanation for your estimation__- 3/5 divided by 1/4 6/7 divided by 2/7 4/2 divided by 5/11
- 2/5 x 8/9 1/3 x 11/4 1/2 x 8/1
- Reply to another students post and help them out if you think they have made an error
- Edit / revise your post to make any needed corrections.
57 Comments
LAWRENCE
12/11/2017 03:53:09 pm
FIRST!!
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Lawrence
12/11/2017 03:53:30 pm
QUIZLETS FOR UNIT 14
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Tasia
12/11/2017 04:35:20 pm
Thanks!!!
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Emily
12/11/2017 03:55:47 pm
Second!
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Emily
12/11/2017 09:24:35 pm
3/5 divided by 1/4
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Lawrence
12/11/2017 03:59:19 pm
6/7 divided by 2/7
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Lawrence
12/11/2017 04:00:50 pm
I'm pretty sure the first 1 is right but confused on the second
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Miikka
12/11/2017 04:21:48 pm
Do you mean 8/1 is equal to 8 or 1/8?
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Lawrence
12/11/2017 04:23:26 pm
I mean it is equal to about 1/8
Emily
12/11/2017 09:36:28 pm
Lawrence, 8/1 is equal to 8, because 8/1 stands for ëight wholes". Good job though!
Emily
12/11/2017 09:37:01 pm
Sorry I meant "eight wholes".
Roshin
12/11/2017 05:11:22 pm
Nice
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Mr Fisher
12/11/2017 06:46:17 pm
For the first question your estimation is 1 divided by 1/4. Think...How many groups of 1/4 are there in 1? This will give you a good estimate.
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David
12/11/2017 08:57:09 pm
Does having 1 whole tell you a lot about the actual fraction and your estimate?
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Lawrence
12/11/2017 04:02:01 pm
@Mr.Fisher
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Mr. Fisher
12/11/2017 07:11:58 pm
Today’s post was easy!
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Amairis
12/11/2017 04:03:34 pm
Third
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Aden
12/11/2017 04:10:41 pm
4th
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Miikka
12/11/2017 04:18:57 pm
3/5 divided by 1/4
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Tasia
12/11/2017 04:49:40 pm
Division:
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Tasia
12/11/2017 04:50:14 pm
For Multiplication!
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Mr. Fisher
12/11/2017 07:20:21 pm
Hmmmmm......I think you might want to check this one again.....6/7...is that even 1 whole yet?
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Tasia
12/12/2017 08:35:21 am
Oh my goodness I CLEARLY did not revise this (whoops!). Brain Fart!
Roshin
12/11/2017 05:10:26 pm
6/7 dived by 2/7
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Roshin
12/11/2017 05:12:05 pm
You would times them together
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Kaya
12/11/2017 08:58:17 pm
You would MULTIPLY them together....
Jordan
12/11/2017 05:28:13 pm
Where is your multiplication sentence?
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Eric. Z
12/11/2017 06:59:50 pm
1 x 1/4 is 1/4
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Kaya
12/11/2017 08:59:58 pm
That wasn't one of the options... You were supposed to choose from the list at the top...
Hanyi
12/11/2017 05:17:16 pm
4/2 divided by 5/11
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Hanyi
12/11/2017 05:26:29 pm
4/2 divided by 5/11
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Mr Fisher
12/11/2017 07:09:57 pm
Yes!! Great job Hanyi!
Hanyi
12/11/2017 05:31:39 pm
1/3 x 11/4
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Jordan
12/11/2017 05:26:38 pm
Divison:
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Mr Fisher
12/11/2017 07:25:12 pm
Check your division ｑｕｏｔｉｅｎｔ estimate again Jordan. You estimated well and got down to 3/4 divided by 1/4=.........Now think：Ｈow many groups of 1/4 are there in 3/4?
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Jordan
12/11/2017 08:27:37 pm
There are 3 1/4 in 3/4
Jordan
12/11/2017 09:10:13 pm
Divison:
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Aaron
12/11/2017 06:02:53 pm
3/5 divide 1/4 is about 1/2 divide by 1/4 which is 4/2 or 2.
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Mr Fisher
12/11/2017 07:26:18 pm
YGI!
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Doge
12/11/2017 06:37:02 pm
3/5÷1/4 is 2 2/5
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Mr. Fisher
12/11/2017 06:40:34 pm
This is not an estimate! Please do this again.
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Doge
12/11/2017 06:41:32 pm
3/5
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Doge
12/11/2017 06:42:41 pm
2 3/5
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Doge
12/11/2017 06:48:38 pm
Wrong
Eric. Z
12/11/2017 06:56:40 pm
2/5 equals abput 1/2 and 8/9 equals about 1 whole. So 1/2 x 1 = 1/2.
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Eric. Z
12/11/2017 06:58:35 pm
Oops. 1/2 ÷ 1/4 = 4/2
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Mr Fisher
12/11/2017 07:03:23 pm
Which is...？？？
Cooper
12/11/2017 07:42:58 pm
3/5 divided by 1/4
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Mr Fisher
12/11/2017 08:05:23 pm
Can you do a quick estimate of the the multiplication question rather than calculating it?
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David
12/11/2017 08:50:20 pm
I chose 5/8 multiplied by 1/4, and 7/9 divided by 4/7
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David
12/11/2017 08:52:31 pm
Sorry, I meant to say that in the tip, you double the DENOMINATOR, not the numerator.
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Kaya
12/11/2017 08:57:19 pm
3/5 divided by 1/4 = about 1/2 divided by 1/4. I know that half of five is 2.5, so 3/5 is pretty close to half. I don't need to round 1/4 to anything because it's already pretty easy to work with. 1/2 divided by 1/4 = 2, therefore 3/5 divided by 1/4 is ABOUT 2.
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Aden
12/11/2017 08:57:33 pm
4/2 divided by 5/11
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Andrew
12/11/2017 09:55:46 pm
3/5 divided 1/4
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Coco
12/11/2017 10:07:50 pm
I chose 3/4 and 1/8 for multiplication, 7/8 and 1/3 for division.
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Lainey
12/12/2017 08:05:39 am
Ok, so I chose 6/7 divided by 2/7 and 2/5 x 8/9.
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Sophia
12/12/2017 08:52:14 am
3/5 divided by 1/4
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