Today we input all the data from our science ecosystem observations into a spreadsheet and learned how to create different types of graphs. We also got into fractions and practiced representing different types of fractions by building pattern block models. We finished off the day in the gym building our strength, coordination an agility by participating in our first gymnastics lesson. 1. Reminders:- We will be working on our photo essays tomorrow and Friday so make sure you have everything you need at school.
- Bring your gym strip everyday as we may get some extra time in the gym
- Girls volleyball game tomorrow after school at Sexsmith
2. Post a Response: (10 min)- Explain what a numerator and denominator represent.
- Write out a scenario that shows an improper fraction in the real world.
*(eg. Johnny ate two thirds of 12 different mars bars. How many mars bars did he have left?* - Reply to another students response telling them the improper fraction and the mixed number fraction that corresponds to their scenario.
33 Comments
veer
11/1/2017 04:11:07 pm
first
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Kaya
11/1/2017 04:51:17 pm
Can't really finish the last part...
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AAron
11/1/2017 05:23:02 pm
10 over 4 pieces of pies left
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11/1/2017 05:22:30 pm
Wow veer
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Kaya
11/1/2017 04:50:36 pm
Denominator: how many EQUAL pieces the whole has been divided into
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AAron
11/1/2017 05:19:22 pm
I ate a half of 500 Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. how much did I eat and how much is there left over?
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Emily
11/1/2017 05:20:24 pm
10/4 I think
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David
11/1/2017 05:36:38 pm
The answer is probably 10/4.
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Amairis
11/1/2017 05:46:24 pm
Nice kaya! Bobby joe again?
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AAron
11/1/2017 05:15:25 pm
the numerator is the number at the top that shows how many equal pieces in the entire thing is being referred to. the denominator is the number at the bottom that tells you how many equal pieces the entire thing split into.
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Emily
11/1/2017 05:18:47 pm
Numerator- how many pieces of the whole are being referred to in the fraction
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Lainey
11/1/2017 05:20:41 pm
A numerator represents how many there are out of all the pieces??? 😬
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David
11/1/2017 05:29:35 pm
A fraction is used to describe parts of a whole.
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David
11/1/2017 05:39:22 pm
Edit: As for the answer, please answer in halves
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David
11/1/2017 05:41:02 pm
My mistake! Please answer in fifths
Amairis
11/1/2017 05:59:33 pm
Numerator: How many pieces of the whole referred into a fraction
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Lawrence
11/1/2017 06:21:16 pm
ur family still has 15/30 halves
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Lawrence
11/1/2017 06:20:08 pm
A numerator is how many pieces are being referred to.
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Lawrence
11/1/2017 06:23:33 pm
Edit: i have 60 coffee crisps
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Queenie
11/1/2017 07:29:58 pm
Numerator :How many pieces of the whole referred into a fraction
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Mr Fisher
11/1/2017 07:40:32 pm
Did you eat half of each cookie? Then you would have 122 half cookies and that would be a bit of an odd thing to do, but would make a good improper fraction.
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Roshin
11/1/2017 08:34:41 pm
61/122 cookies 🍪 which is the same as 1/2
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Jordan
11/1/2017 07:52:23 pm
Numerator: how many parts are referred to
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Tasia
11/1/2017 07:56:56 pm
Reply to Kaya's question:
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Mr Fisher
11/1/2017 08:03:29 pm
Can you write this as a mixed number fraction?
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Lawrence
11/1/2017 08:09:57 pm
It's 2 2/4
Tasia
11/1/2017 08:08:07 pm
Numerator: how many parts are being referred to
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Roshin
11/1/2017 08:31:41 pm
A denominator is the bottom number that shows what something is shared upon or divided by( how many equal pieces something is divided into)
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Coco
11/1/2017 09:20:49 pm
Numerator: How many parts are being referred to
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Andrew
11/2/2017 08:04:32 am
Numerator: How many parts it is referring to
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Miikka
11/2/2017 06:01:22 pm
the numerator is how many parts of the whole its referring to
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derpy Eric
11/3/2017 01:25:53 pm
lols in the gymnastic photo everyone can me seen except for me
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Cooper
11/29/2017 07:31:44 pm
A denominator represents how many pieces make the whole and the numerator represents how many pieces are being referred to.
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