Sargent Park 8-17 Math

Saturday, May 13, 2006

Fraction Growing Post


Fraction Blog Part 1

Question 1



Question 2

Question 3

website

This site has detailed instructions on how to find equivalent fractions and some quizes for you to try.

website

This site tells you how to make your fraction in lowest terms.

Question 4

A)Bob had 3/4 of a chocolate pie and 2/3 of an apple pie. How much pie did Bob have altogether? (i forgot it has to be an improper fraction)

B)Fred had 4 2/4 chocolate bars, he gave 1 1/4 to Ellen. How many chocolate bars did Fred have left?

Queston 6

website

This site has detailed instructions on adding and subtracting fractions. With 3 different levels of instructions and plenty of examples. At the end of the lesson there is a quiz for you to test your knowledge on adding and subtracting fractions.

Fraction Blog Part 2

Question 1.

Question 2.

Question 3

This website uses circles to explain how to multiply fractions. There is also a detailed description on how to multiply fractions. While you are reading the explanations there are quizes that you can do to test yourself.

Question 4

Question 5

This website has detailed instructions about how to divide fractions by whole numbers and other fractions. There is a place for you to quiz yourself in a timed game of dividing fractions. There is also a place for you to see if you are answering your math homework properly.

Question 6

I think theses people deserve to be in the growing post hall of fame: Katho, Dion, Aldrin and Darie. They all had nice pic's and good descriptions.

Question 7

If you have 37 candies and you have to divide it between 8 people how much candy would each person receive?

I answered Teara's, Ingrid's and Katho's questions.

Yay!!! finally done!!




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10 Comments:

  • A)Bob had 1/4 of a chocolate pie and 1/3 of an apple pie. How much pie did Bob have altogether?

    1/4 is 3/12
    1/3 is 4/12
    s0itis 7/12

    B)Fred had 4 2/4 chocolate bars, he gave 1 1/4 to Ellen. How many chocolate bars did Fred have left?

    4 2/4
    -1 1/4
    =3 1/4

    By Blogger Squeaky_Cheeks 74, at 6:31 PM  

  • nice and clear pics.

    Answers...
    A)Bob had 1/4 of a chocolate pie and 1/3 of an apple pie.
    How much pie did Bob have altogether?
    -7/12
    B)Fred had 4 2/4 chocolate bars, he gave 1 1/4 to Ellen.
    How many chocolate bars did Fred have left?
    -3 1/4

    By Blogger Allysha8-73, at 6:50 PM  

  • You did a good job with your questions. Your pictures were easy to understand. I hope you dont mind but i kind of used some of your ideas.

    A)Bob had 1/4 of a chocolate pie and 1/3 of an apple pie. How much pie did Bob have altogether?

    1/4 = 3/12
    1/3 = 4/12
    the answer is 7/12


    B)Fred had 4 2/4 chocolate bars, he gave 1 1/4 to Ellen. How many chocolate bars did Fred have left?

    4 2/4 - 1 1/4
    the answer is 3 1/4

    By Blogger Ley-Ley8-17, at 6:35 PM  

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    By Blogger Ley-Ley8-17, at 6:35 PM  

  • A)Bob had 3/4 of a chocolate pie and 2/3 of an apple pie. How much pie did Bob have altogether? (i forgot it has to be an improper fraction)

    3/4 = 9/12
    2/3 = 8/12
    9/12 + 8/12 = 17/12 or 1 5/12

    B)Fred had 4 2/4 chocolate bars, he gave 1 1/4 to Ellen. How many chocolate bars did Fred have left?

    4 2/4 - 1 1/4
    = 3 1/4

    By Blogger k.santos8-17, at 7:46 PM  

  • A)Bob had 1/4 of a chocolate pie and 1/3 of an apple pie. How much pie did Bob have altogether?
    1/4 -turns to- 3/12
    1/3 -turns to- 4/12
    then you add 3/12 [or just the 3 & 4,whatever] and 4/12
    = 7/12 xD

    B)Fred had 4 2/4 chocolate bars, he gave 1 1/4 to Ellen. How many chocolate bars did Fred have left?

    4 2/4 - 1 1/4
    =3 1/4

    i'm lazy -_- Nice unlazy job Rebecca ;]

    By Blogger .teara, at 8:36 PM  

  • Great job Rebecca keep up the good work lol =D hahah. kk

    A) Bob had 1/4 of a chocolate pie and 1/3 of and apple pie. How much pie did Bob have altogether?

    * 1/4 = 3/12
    * 1/3 = 4/12
    Bob had 7/12 pie altogether.

    B) Fred had 4 2/4 chocolate bars, he gave 1 1/4 to Ellen. How many chocolate bars did Fred have left?

    * 4 2/4-1 1/4 =
    * 3 1/4
    Fred has 3 1/4 of chocolate bars left.

    By Blogger bootyliciousbubblegum, at 10:37 PM  

  • Buddy, for part 2 question 6 you spelled theses i think u meant these. PS. I'm gonna put u on that blogger fame thingy

    By Blogger .teara, at 10:06 PM  

  • If you have 37 candies and you have to divide it between 8 people how much candy would each person receive?

    each person would get 4 and 5/8.. am i right?

    By Blogger Ley-Ley8-17, at 5:12 PM  

  • If you have 37 candies and you have to divide it between 8 people how much candy would each person receive?
    Well, mainly i just went... 37/8 so the answer to ur question is...
    4 5/8

    By Blogger .teara, at 10:22 PM  

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