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Saturday, November 17, 2012

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Homework Book - 6,8,9

6. Determine each quotient by completing the number lines.
A
B


8.) a board that is 3/5 of a meter long is cut in half. what fraction of a meter is each piece?

A.)write division statement to answer this problem.

 B.) use a model to determine the quotient.
9.) Teressa find  9/12 of a chocolate bar to share with 3 friends. what fraction of a chocolate bar does each person get?

a.) write a division statement to answer this problem.

b.) use a model to determine the quotient.










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17 comments:

  1. Good Job neil, you had great pictures but you should make the writing and numbers a bit bigger but great job(:

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  2. Great Work! You Explained it well, you have pictures but you should add a video next time.

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  3. Good Job Neil! I like how you showed your work to get to the answer, but you did not explain it enough and you forgot to embed a video. Overall, great job!

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  4. Good job Neil but you could of explained it more and could of made the fraction pictures more neat. But good effort.

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  5. Good job! I agree with Patricia, you should of explained your work more. But I like how you made pictures. Next time remember to add a link to a game and video. Other than that, good job!

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  6. Good job on the post but i think you should have took more time on creating your models so that they look equal. Also When using the number line I did not understand what you did.

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  7. Good work! You could have explained a little bit more with words but the pictures explain it well too. And next time you should add a link or a video to your post.

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  8. Good job Neil you made good pictures, but next time you should add a little bit more of information about the questions and adding a video.

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  9. Good Job! I agree with Patricia and Jasmine, you should of explained more and i agree with Oliver, you should of made the parts equal in your diagram.

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  10. Good job Neil. You need to explain how you got the answer more. Maybe next you should add a game or a video.

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  11. Amazing job Niel, I agree with the rest, you made lots of good pictures, more explanations and add more links and a video. Still, you did an amazing job!

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  12. good job on the post but remember to look over your answers before posting because I think you may have gotten 8b) wrong and remember to simplify all of your fractions that can be simplified

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  13. I like how you showed your answers in different ways using the rectangles and a number line in your picture. I think you did a good job but next time, you should add a video to your post!

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  14. Good job Neil! I like how you used pictures to explain how you got your answers. Next time, you should add a video and a link to help us with math questions like these. For 8b, I think your equation is suppose to be 9/12 divided by 4 because Teressa is sharing her chocolate bar with 3 friends plus herself. So the quotient is 9/48 or if simplified, 3/16.

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  15. Good job Neil! I like how you used pictures to explain your answers for the questions. Next time you should add a video or a game to help us learn how to answer these kind of math questions. You should also have a farther and clearer explanation of how you got your answers and your number line is hard to understand.

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  16. Good Job! I like how you put some details on how to do it on the pictures. You should probably have a video next time so we can clarify what you're doing and help us more.

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  17. Good Job!! I like your diagrams but you should add a video. Also you should add examples answered in different ways.

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