1) Reminders:- Make sure bring your fitness goal sheet Monday if you haven already brought it in.
- Bring in your Learning Styles Inventory Monday as well
- PE is now Monday and Wednesday, 2nd period
Post A Response:- Post two fractions that are being added or subtracted (example: 1/2 + 3/4 = or 3/7 -2/3 =)
- Explain step by step what you must do in order to solve the question. What is the final answer?
- Watch the following video about what they are doing in Switzerland and post a personal opinion response.
- Give some feedback to another student on their response
- Edit/revise your post for (spelling, capitals, grammar, sentence structure, and punctuation.)
Math Videos
31 Comments
Lawrence
12/1/2017 03:58:11 pm
FIRST!!!
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VEER
12/1/2017 04:01:43 pm
SECOND
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Lawrence
12/1/2017 04:04:44 pm
1/2 + 4/6
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Mr. FIsher
12/1/2017 04:18:05 pm
A good start Lawrence. Can you add more detail to the adding fraction explanation. What is the LCM? How did you find it? What did you do next? What denominator is the answer? Why? How did you change the answer to a mixed number? Tell us everything!
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Lawrence
12/1/2017 04:44:55 pm
Ok Mr.Fisher. An LCM (if you never knew) is the smallest common multiple they have. For example you have 1/2 and 4/6. My way of finding it is by prime factoring out the denominator to see to see their common multiples. As 2 can't be primed out as it is already the smallest before hitting 1, After finding the common multiples, i will find the equivalent denominators. BUT THERE IS A BIG PROBLEM. If you change the Denominator, you have the change the numerator. So if we have 1/2 and we change that into a equivalent fraction of 4/6, it will be 3/6 as the denominator multiply by 3 and the numerator by 3. The denominator has to be switched to 6 as 1/2 can't be in a fraction of 3. If it could then we would of just made 4/6 into simplest form. Soon we can add both fractions so when we added it up it's an improper fraction. I changed it into a mixed number by dividing the numerator by the denominator to find the mixed number.
Kaya
12/1/2017 06:33:53 pm
Nice Lawrence! The tax payer point was really good :)
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Roshin
12/1/2017 07:55:52 pm
👍 nice Lawrence
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Eric. Z
12/3/2017 10:33:12 pm
Capitalize your 'i's please.
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Miikka
12/1/2017 04:35:59 pm
2/7+4/7
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Lawrence
12/1/2017 04:49:05 pm
Since Mr.Fisher gave me so many questions, I'll ask some else too. How did you convert the improper fraction into a mixed number? What do you do after finding the LCM?
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Emily
12/1/2017 06:17:40 pm
3/5+4/10=
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Kaya
12/1/2017 06:30:37 pm
3/4- 1/2 = 1/4
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Kaya
12/1/2017 06:32:47 pm
Also, mountains get pooped on all the time, and they're covered in dirt and moss and the dude says that 'The mountain shines like a diamond or something because it's so "CLEAN"... Like yeah right man...
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Tasia
12/3/2017 08:27:01 am
Yes Kaya 😂
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ROSHIN( PART 1)
12/1/2017 07:50:03 pm
1/2 +2\2=3\2=1 and 1\2
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Lainey
12/1/2017 07:53:37 pm
OI! Punctuation and don't always start with "if." This sentence: Then you have to see if there’s a common denominator if the fractions are not the same for the denominators. Maybe change it to: Then, if the two denominators are different, you have to find the LCM or GCF. Don't be too wordy, get to the point!
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Roshin
12/1/2017 07:54:49 pm
I didn’t revise yet
Lainey
12/1/2017 07:50:03 pm
3/4 - 1/2
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Roshin(PART 2)
12/1/2017 07:53:57 pm
The video is about bird droppings on the mountain in Switzerland and how they have cleaners to clean the droppings of birds on the mountains and how they make the mountains spotless clean and how they train ppl to do it.
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Jordan
12/2/2017 04:53:09 pm
3/4 + 4/5 = 7/20
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Aden
12/2/2017 10:59:40 pm
1/4+1/3
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first you make the denominators the same by multiplying the 2 by 2 which makes 4, the same as the other. you will half to multiply the numerator by 2 because whatever you do to the denominator you got to do to the numerator .then you add the numerators which leaves you with 5/4!
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David
12/3/2017 06:24:52 pm
My fractions to add together: 1/5+5/7 and 3/8+1/4
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Andrew
12/3/2017 07:10:58 pm
1/2 + 4/8 = 1
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Coco
12/3/2017 07:39:06 pm
1/3 + 2/4 = 10/12 = 5/6
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Coco
12/3/2017 07:40:34 pm
*edit*
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Emily
12/3/2017 08:00:33 pm
Defecate!
Sophia
12/3/2017 07:45:24 pm
3/8+4/6=
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Tasia
12/3/2017 09:03:10 pm
7/8-3/8
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Eric. Z
12/3/2017 10:26:12 pm
3/4-1/4=
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Eric. Z
12/3/2017 10:32:05 pm
The video looked really fake and was some what funny. Afterwards, I thought this was quite neat because I'm pretty sure this is still fake. This is probely the worst job ever...
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