1) Reminders:**Skating tomorrow: We will leave school at 1 pm****Intermediate Winter Concert Tomorrow. 9:15 am****Due to a very busy schedule tomorrow the**__word work party__**will be postponed until Monday @ 9 am**
DO NOT wear your grade 7 hoodie for the concert*****2) Homework:- 4 Math questions
*(2 with whole numbers, 2 without)*with two area models - Watch the following videos on using area models to multiply fractions
- Video 1
- Video 2
Post A Response:- Answer each true or false statements and explain your thinking
Question 1: True or FalseWhen you multiply decimals less than 1 the product will always be less than either of the factors being multiplied together. Question 2: True or FalseWhen you subtract decimals that have place values in the hundredths, you will always have to re group from the tenths place value. Question 3: True of FalseDecimals and Fractions are completely different types of numbersQuestion 4: True or FalseMock Duck is a dish made out of beans, but made to look like a duck. Question 5: True or FalseTommy put a Richard Hudnut scrap book set on hold for Margot.
34 Comments
jordan
12/14/2017 04:26:11 pm
first
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Emily
12/14/2017 04:31:22 pm
Second!
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Emily
12/14/2017 04:37:41 pm
1.) False, because multiplying decimals is the same as multiplying regular numbers. However, this statement is true when multiplying fractions.
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Mr Fisher
12/14/2017 05:11:48 pm
So is number 1 true or false? You only get to choose one or the other.
Emily
12/14/2017 06:12:51 pm
False, but I'm just pointing out that the opposite is true when multiplying fractions.
Mr Fisher
12/14/2017 06:45:15 pm
Got it:)
Lawrence
12/14/2017 04:32:08 pm
1)false
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Jordan
12/14/2017 04:36:34 pm
For number 4 mock duck is wrapped meat with stuff inside like beans but is not shaped like a duck
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Mr. Fisher
12/14/2017 04:37:45 pm
Please explan your thinking!
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Emily
12/14/2017 04:38:14 pm
Lawrence, you forgot to explain!
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Lawrence
12/14/2017 04:32:21 pm
3rd!
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Jordan
12/14/2017 04:35:24 pm
Q1. False
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Emily
12/14/2017 04:39:16 pm
Haha you too Jordan, you forgot to explain, it says so in the instructions.
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Jordan
12/14/2017 04:55:48 pm
Q1. False because if you multiply regular numbers together it equals a bigger number and it is the same method for multiplying decimals.
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Jordan
12/14/2017 04:58:22 pm
I actually change my mind on number 3 because you can convert decimals to fractions and fractions to decimals. Also they represent each other in different ways
Miikka
12/14/2017 04:53:26 pm
1.) False because multiplying decimals is the same for multiplying whole numbers. This statement is true for multiplying fractions though.
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Mr Fisher
12/14/2017 05:10:34 pm
So you mean true then, right? Or false? ?????
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Miikka
12/14/2017 06:11:49 pm
Sorry, I meant true!
Lainey
12/14/2017 05:23:31 pm
1. Yes, that's true. Because most of the numbers multiplied together usually has two digits and (if most than two digits) most of the first two digits are smaller than the smaller number that makes to product. Also because of the decimal, depending on how many digits there are behind the decimal.
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Tasia
12/14/2017 05:43:59 pm
Q1: False because when you multiply, you are really doing repeated addition, with addition you are adding which makes the numbers greater. With decimals this is false.
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veer
12/14/2017 05:52:25 pm
7th
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Aden
12/14/2017 06:14:46 pm
8th
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Amairis
12/14/2017 06:20:25 pm
9th
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Roshin
12/14/2017 07:36:30 pm
False
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Mr Fisher
12/14/2017 08:09:08 pm
Please explain why!
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VEER
12/14/2017 07:37:41 pm
FALSE
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Mr Fisher
12/14/2017 08:09:51 pm
Explain!
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Aden
12/14/2017 08:21:51 pm
1)false
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Jordan
12/14/2017 08:23:44 pm
Please explain why!
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Mr Fisher
12/14/2017 08:35:14 pm
Thanks Jordan! Yes, please do explain!
David
12/14/2017 08:44:44 pm
1) False. A shortcut to multiplying decimals is taking away the decimal point when multiplying decimals, then, when done caculating, you put the decimal point in the right position by calculating the place value.
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Kaya
12/14/2017 09:01:11 pm
The last line though... YESSS
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Kaya
12/14/2017 08:56:28 pm
1) I think it's true, even though everyone says that it's false... For example, if you multiply 0.4 by 0.3, you will get 0.12.Decimals are just a different way to show fractions, so if fractions multiplied together will always have a fraction less than both of them, I think that this will apply to decimals too. I'm probably wrong though, because everyone says that it's false...
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Aaron
12/14/2017 09:59:30 pm
1. False, because multiplying decimals is the same concept as multiplying whole numbers except you have to add the decimal point. Also because 0.4 multiply 0.3 is 1.2 which is bigger than 0.3 and 0.4.
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