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Tuesday, November 14, 2006

LEARNING TARGET: comparing and ordering fractions

Step 2. rewrite each fraction as an equivalant fraction using LCD. this is what my notes say.

EXAMPLE: say you are finding out if 7/13 is bigger or smaller than 9/21. First you find the least common multiple of both the denomonators. The awnser is 273. i multiplied both the denomonators by 13 to get 273. now i multiply the numourators, 7 and 9, by 13 also. 7 turns out to be 114 and 9 turns out to be 117. now that I have the same denomonator, i just look at the numourator and withever one is bigger is th elargest fraction.

LINK: Here is a URL that you can type into your URL box and go to: http://www.glencoe.com/sec/math/msmath/mac04/course1/self_check_quiz/index.php/oh

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Sunday, November 12, 2006

am i doing the scribe post to day or Monday? today is 11/12/06

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Monday, October 23, 2006

*Learning target:* Use stratagies to find formulas to find the circumfrence of a circle.

__Lesson:__ If the diamiter is 19.3 then you multiply it by pi witch is 3.14.

__example:__ 19.3*3.14=60.6

Here is a link about circumfrence.

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Monday, October 23, 2006

go to this site about thermal energy!

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