Sargent Park 8-17 Math

Tuesday, May 02, 2006

HAM FRACTION POST

A fraction in lowest terms is a fraction that can't get any larger.
















An improper fraction is a fraction that has a numerator larger than the denomenator. A mixed number is a fraction with a whole number

http://www.aaamath.com/fra.html

this site tells you all kinds of things that have to do with fractions. It tells you what are equivalent fractions and everything else in the grade eight coarse. This is a good site if you need help on fractions.


An ELF lost 3/4 of her JAM in the fridge and had 2/3 of her HAM missing. How much is this all together?


I lost 6 3/10 of my JAM to an ELF and won 2 1/2 back. How much jam does the elf still have?

I commented John, Aldrin, Ingrid from 73

http://www.aaamath.com/fra.html

This site also tells you how to add and subtract fractions. This site is very good if you dont know anything about fractions.

Kay if that was cheating heres another site (i better get bonus marks) http://www.themathpage.com/ARITH/add-fractions-subtract-fractions-1.htm

That site tells you how to add and subtract fractions with or without the same denomenators. This site gives you lots of examples so you will not get confused as much. This site is a good site to learn about adding and subtracting fractions.

Fraction Post 2


When multiplying fractions you multiply the numerator with the other numerator and the same thing with the denominator. Like so....


Multiplying Fractions... this site has has visual aids. it has a caculator to do your math. It explains about how to do it.

Dividing Fractions... this site has has visual aids. it has a caculator to do your math. It explains about how to do it.




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6 Comments:

  • hey jeff good job on the questions hah elf and jam lol harbeck knoes like a long time ago haha well, you did a very good job on the pics and it looks like you took your time well g2g peac out manh hah
    lol =P buy bye

    By Blogger bootyliciousbubblegum, at 11:08 PM  

  • 3/4 - 9/12
    2/3 - 8/12 = 17/12 = 1 5/12
    is that right?!

    hah, nice questions!!

    By Blogger jenny, at 7:13 PM  

  • oh, here's the second one..

    6 3/10 - 6 3/10 - 5 13/10
    2 1/2 - 2 5/10 - 2 5/10 = 3 8/10
    = 3 4/5

    The ELF still has 3 4/5 of JAM!

    By Blogger jenny, at 7:21 PM  

  • 4a)3/4=9/12 and 2/3=8/12
    9/12 + 8/12 = 17/12 or 1 5/12

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    b)2 1/2=2 5/10
    6 3/10=5 13/10
    5 13/10-2 5/10=3 8/10=3 4/5

    By Blogger kEVIN, at 11:32 PM  

  • 1.3/4 = 9/12
    2/3 = 8/12
    9+8 = 17 = 17/12
    = 1 5/12

    2.6 3/10 = 6-1 and 3+10 = 5 13/10
    2 1/2 1x5 and 2x5 = 2 5/10
    5-2=3 13-5=8 = 3 8/10 = 3 4/5(LT)

    is this mark or jeff? well i took your links for math sites, hahaha, good post.

    By Blogger Alex.M8-17, at 11:35 PM  

  • 1)An ELF lost 3/4 of her JAM in the fridge and had 2/3 of her HAM missing. How much is this all together?

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

    2)I lost 6 3/10 of my JAM to an ELF and won 2 1/2 back. How much jam does the elf still have?

    6 3/10 - 2 1/2
    = 6 3/10 - 2 5/10
    = 5 13/10 - 2 5/10
    = 3 8/10
    = 3 4/5

    By Blogger jL, at 6:20 PM  

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