Katho F's Fraction Growing Post Part 2!
April 09, 2006
1.
I got this answer by changing 9/5 into a mixed fraction. There is only one five in nine and four left over so thats why it would be one whole and four fifths.
2.
3.
This (shift+click to open up in a new window) website shows you how to multiply fractions and there are questions to check your answers.
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5.
This (shift+click to open up in a new window) website shows you how to divide fractions.
6.
In room 73 I chose Ingrid because she explained everything PERFECTLY including the pictures!
In room 41 I chose Jenny because she explained very clearly and the pictures are nice!
In room 16 I chose Annalyn because it is well explained and so are the pictures! (haha im watching you! :P)
In room 17 I chose Myla because the pictures are cool and it easy to understand!
I answered Ingrid
OMG mr.harbeck i dont know where to find there own blog for the links i only got ingrids cause i actually got there by someone else's blog when they chose her also :S HELP ME!
7.
Arnold ran an edurance race for 2 2/4 hours at an average speed of 8 3/5 miles per hour. How far did he run?
-KATHO F. 8-17 :D
oh btw guys.. plus mr.harbeck ! 26 days 'til our birthday !! haha :) JUNE 4 x)
1.
I got this answer by changing 9/5 into a mixed fraction. There is only one five in nine and four left over so thats why it would be one whole and four fifths.
2.
3.
This (shift+click to open up in a new window) website shows you how to multiply fractions and there are questions to check your answers.
4.
5.
This (shift+click to open up in a new window) website shows you how to divide fractions.
6.
In room 73 I chose Ingrid because she explained everything PERFECTLY including the pictures!
In room 41 I chose Jenny because she explained very clearly and the pictures are nice!
In room 16 I chose Annalyn because it is well explained and so are the pictures! (haha im watching you! :P)
In room 17 I chose Myla because the pictures are cool and it easy to understand!
I answered Ingrid
OMG mr.harbeck i dont know where to find there own blog for the links i only got ingrids cause i actually got there by someone else's blog when they chose her also :S HELP ME!
7.
Arnold ran an edurance race for 2 2/4 hours at an average speed of 8 3/5 miles per hour. How far did he run?
-KATHO F. 8-17 :D
oh btw guys.. plus mr.harbeck ! 26 days 'til our birthday !! haha :) JUNE 4 x)
8 Comments:
Nice job Kathleen. Your explanation of quesiton 1 is great.
Bring on the birthday cakes!!
Harbeck
By Mr. H, at 9:51 PM
Arnold ran an edurance race for 2 2/4 hours at an average speed of 8 3/5 miles per hour. How far did he run?
2 2/4 x 8 3/5 =
10/4 x 43/5 =
430/20 =
43/2 =
21 1/2 miles per hour
By Squeaky_Cheeks 74, at 6:12 PM
Arnold ran an edurance race for 2 2/4 hours at an average speed of 8 3/5 miles per hour. How far did he run?
2 2/4x8 3/5=
10/4x43/5=
430/20=
43/2=
21 /2
Arnold ran 21 1/2 miles.
By Rebecca G 8-17, at 10:03 AM
Arnold ran an edurance race for 2 2/4 hours at an average speed of 8 3/5 miles per hour. How far did he run?
2 2/4 X 8 3 / 5
= 10 / 4 X 43 5
= 430 / 20
= 43 / 2
= 21 1 / 2
He ran 21 1 / 2 miles per hour
By .dhona8-16, at 3:20 PM
Arnold ran an edurance race for 2 2/4 hours at an average speed of 8 3/5 miles per hour. How far did he run?
2 2/4 x 8 3/5 =
10/4 x 43/5 =
430 / 20 =
43 / 20 =
21 1/2
Arnold ran 21 1/2 miles per hour.
-annalyn
By Annalyn8-16, at 9:28 PM
Hey Katho!! niice post!!
2 2/4 x 8 3/5 =
10/4 x 43/5 =
430/20 =
43/2 =
21 1/2 mpr
( i hope thats right..)
By jenny, at 11:35 PM
Arnold ran an edurance race for 2 2/4 hours at an average speed of 8 3/5 miles per hour. How far did he run?
2 2/4 X 8 3 / 5
= 10 / 4 X 43 5
= 430 / 20
= 43 / 2
= 21 1 / 2
He ran 21 1 / 2 miles
By Kirsten8-17, at 11:33 PM
Arnold ran an edurance race for 2 2/4 hours at an average speed of 8 3/5 miles per hour. How far did he run?
2 2/4 x 8 3/5 =
10/4 x 43/5 =
430 / 20 =
43 / 20 =
21 1/2
He ran 21 1/2 miles.
By k.santos8-17, at 5:58 PM
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