- Post 4 questions related to 4 different math learning intentions from this unit.
- Answer 4 questions from other posts
- Mark the replies to your questions by replying to the person who answers the question.
1) Post A Response:
33 Comments
Aden
12/18/2017 05:19:37 pm
1st
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Jordan
12/18/2017 05:21:37 pm
2nd
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LAWRENCE
12/18/2017 05:22:37 pm
3rd
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Lawrence
12/18/2017 05:25:43 pm
1) If i had 0.87 multiplied by 0.12, what will be the estimated sum?
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Lawrence
12/18/2017 05:26:12 pm
*add questions marks to the ones missing*
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Jordan
12/18/2017 05:36:01 pm
3) The 8 represents the tenths place
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Jordan
12/18/2017 06:18:44 pm
since there no other questions
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Roshin
12/18/2017 07:19:41 pm
5) a standard fraction
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Jordan
12/18/2017 05:32:15 pm
1) When you flip the numerator and denominator when dividing fractions what is the math term for that
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Jordan
12/18/2017 05:34:35 pm
*add questions marks to the ones missing*
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David
12/18/2017 06:37:06 pm
1) The correct term would be reciprocal.
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Jordan
12/18/2017 06:46:03 pm
1) correct
Roshin
12/18/2017 07:18:31 pm
3) only for adding and subtracting you would need a common denominator but for division and multiplication you don’t need a common denominator
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Amairis
12/18/2017 05:57:48 pm
4th
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David
12/18/2017 06:23:26 pm
1) How do you write a mixed number fraction?
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Jordan
12/18/2017 06:25:34 pm
1) To write a mix number fraction you need the number to be greater than one
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David
12/18/2017 08:15:13 pm
Correct. But you should have said that the denominator should be less than the numerator, because when you say number, you are implying that the number is whole. Also, you can convert improper fractions to mixed number fractons. Fractions need to have at least 1 whole and more to be considered improper of mixed number, so yes, you are (mostly) correct. Just phrase it differently.
Cooper
12/18/2017 06:36:58 pm
1. What is 0.21 - 0.08?
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Roshin
12/18/2017 07:21:04 pm
4)equal to 15/12 so then you would turn it into a mixed number and you the answer would be 1 1/4
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veer
12/18/2017 06:49:25 pm
5th
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veer
12/18/2017 06:54:27 pm
mr fisher...........can you post the math otherwise i cant do it
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Roshin
12/18/2017 07:16:34 pm
If I had 2.9 times 3.5 what would the estimated sum be
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Miikka
12/18/2017 07:47:09 pm
About 10.5
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Coco
12/18/2017 08:29:04 pm
1) about 10
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Miikka
12/18/2017 07:29:46 pm
If I had 6/12 of a cookie and I ate 2/6 of it, how much do I have left?
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Tasia
12/19/2017 03:50:34 pm
4/6 left
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Tasia
12/18/2017 08:17:45 pm
1) what is 0.45 divided by 0.5?
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Coco
12/18/2017 08:32:39 pm
1) What is 0.25 divided by 0.1?
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Aaron
12/19/2017 09:38:37 am
2.5
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Coco
12/19/2017 03:56:41 pm
Correct
Lainey
12/18/2017 09:11:36 pm
1. If Eva bought 6 and ate 2/3 of the pears while Shawn bought 8 and ate 1/4 of the pears, who ate more?
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Aaron
12/19/2017 09:34:59 am
What is the decimal of 1/2.
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Coco
12/19/2017 09:38:44 am
0.25
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