## Sunday, November 27, 2011

### How to do #21 In Your Number of the Day Book.

## Tuesday, November 22, 2011

### How to do #23 in the number of the day booklet

Example if your proper fraction was one half:

### How to do #22 on Number of the Day Booklet

**How to change a "Proper Fraction" to a "Mix Fraction"**

### How To Do #20 In The Number Of The Day Booklet

example: 4567.892

8/4= Improper Fraction (Top is greater than the bottom)

8- Numerator: Top Number

4- Denominator: Bottom Number

Hope The Picture Helped!

## Friday, November 18, 2011

## Wednesday, November 16, 2011

### Math Chapter #1

### Math Chapter Four Review

**10.Fraction Decimal Number Percent**

**%**

**20**

**---- =0.20**20%

**100**

**5**

**---- =**0.05

**5%**

**100**

**0.35**35%

### Math Chapter Four Review

**10.Fraction Decimal Number Percent**

**%**

**20**

**---- =0.20**20%

**100**

**5**

**---- =**0.05

**5%**

**100**

**0.35**35%

## Tuesday, November 15, 2011

### Math Chapter Four Review

**0.25 25%**

**75/100**0.75

**75%**

**20/100 0.20**20%

**5/100**0.05

**5%**

**35/100 0.35**35%

**bold**numbers are the answers.

### Chapter Review #13 Page:146-147

terminating1 goes to B, 2 goes to D, 3 goes to C.

### Math Textbook Pages 146 - 147

**Show How to Find Each Amount:**

**Picture I Did on The Computer:**

### Chapter 4 Review

1. Out of 100........................................................................... A. approximate

2. 5/8 as a decimal number ................................................. B. percent

3.Can be expressed as o.3 *with a notation line on it*..C.repeating decimal

.................................................................................................D. terminating

1 goes to B, 2 goes to D, 3 goes to C.

### Textbook Page 137-139

## Sunday, November 13, 2011

### Math Text Book # 5 : 137~139

**Fraction to Decimal Number**

*. round to the place value indicated.*

*a.) 13 .52*

*.5*

*13 devided by 25 equal .52 and then*

*~*

*= ~ ~ you need to round .52 to the nearest tenths so the answer will be .5*

*25*

*1 1*

### Math Textbook page 137-139 #8

### Math Textbook #8 Page 137-139

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b)0.09

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c)0.187

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d)2.015

### MathLinks Textbook page 138 #10

### Math Textbook #8 page 137-139

**a) 0.5555555…**

**b) 0.090909…**

**c) 0.1877777…**

**d) 2.0151515**

### Math Text Book #8 137-139

8. Write each repeating decimal number using bar

notation.

A) 0.5.5.5.5.5.5.5.5 = 0.5

B) 0.187777777777 = 0.7

C) 0.09090909 = 0.09

D) 2.015015015 = 2.015

__13__

25

so for "a)" we need to round it to tenths! if we're going to turn fractions to decimals...

what are decimals??

~Quick lesson~

Decimals are always over one..

eg. _ /1

one is your denominator

~~~~~~~

so, lets start^^

if 25 is our denominator, how much do we have to divide it by to get one? ... you know the answer....

so divide 25 by 25 and you'll get 1. and what ever you do to the bottom you'll have to do it to the top. 13 divided by 25 is 0.5200 (what it says on my calculator)

round 0.5200 by tenths = o.5

so our answer is 0.5/1

Lets do the rest now! :D

b) 107/215 . 215 divided by 215 = 1 . 107 divided by 215 = 0.4976 (like how it says on the calculator again) 0.4976 round it off by hundredths = 0.50 . our answer is 0.50/1

c) 43/50 . 50 divided by 50 = 1. 43 divided by 50 = 0.860. 0.860 round it by tenths = 0.9

so our answer is 0.9/1

d) 197/289 . 289 divided by 289 = 1 . 197 divided by 289 = 0.6817. 0.6817 round it by thousandths = o.680. so our answer is o.680/1

Hope you learned at least something :)

sorry i didnt put a picture or anything. im really tired -____-'' LOL

## Friday, November 11, 2011

### Math Text Book # 5 : 137~139

**Fraction to Decimal Number**

*. round to the place value indicated.*

*a.) 13 .52*

*.5*

*13 devided by 25 equal .52 and then*

*~*

*= ~ ~ you need to round .52 to the nearest tenths so the answer will be .5*

*25*

*1 1*

### Math Textbook #5 Page: 137-139

### Math Text book #9 Pages # 137-139

A: 0.444... = Put the bar notation on the 4. (0.4)

Because 4 was the only number repeating.

B: 0.2666... = Put the bar notation on the 6. (o.6)

Because 2 never repeated only 6 was repeating.

C: 0.185185185...=Put the bar notation on 185.(o.185)

Because on all the numbers were repeating this time.

D: 1.0626262...=Put the because the bar notation on 62. (1.062)

Because 0 was not repeating only 6 and 2 were repeating.

I Hope You Understand Now!

### Math Text book #8 Pages # 137-139

a) 0.5.5.5.5.5..5.5.= 0.5

Draw a bar over the reating number which is 0.5

b)0.187777777777= 0.187

Draw a bar over the repeating number or numbers which is 0.187

c)0.09090909=0.09

Draw a bar over the reapeating number which is 0.09

d)2.015015015

Draw a line over the repeating numbers which are 0.015

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a) 0.5.5.5.5.5.5.5.5 = 0.5

_

b) 0.187777777777 = 0.7

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c) 0.09090909 = 0.09

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d) 2.015015015 = 2.015

### Math Textbook #8 : Page 137-139

**8. Write each repeating decimal number using bar notation.**

**If your still having trouble with math questions like these, click this LINK!**

*I hope you've learned something new :D !!*### Textbook #8

### Textbook # 9 Page 137-139

## Thursday, November 10, 2011

### Number #8 in Today's Textbook Pages

***NEW***!!!!

## Wednesday, November 9, 2011

### How to see textbook at home

- go to mytextbook.ca
- click on ebook
- enter user name spmathgr+200@gmail.com
- Password ilovemath
- click on go

**Converting Fractions decimals and Percent **

**Fractions **

whole number

over over

whole numer

Eg. 1/2, 3/4/, 5/3

**Decimals**

Anything

over

1

EG 0.1/1, 0.5/1, 0.375/1

**Percents**

Percent is out of 100%

9/10 = 90%

Converting means changing fractions to decimals

2/3 = 0.75/1

0.75 is a terminating number

0.66 = repeated decimal, 0.6666666666666666666666666666 never ends

### Converting Fractions and Decimals

__whole numbers__

__anything__

__anything__

__1__,

__3__,

__5__, etc. e.g.

__0.1__,

__0.5__,

__0.375__e.g. 60% =

__60__, 54.7%=

__54.7__

__0.5__e.g.

__6__= 6 = 6.0

__1__=

__0.5__

__3__to a decimal:

__3__=

__.75__

__2__to a decimal:

__2__=

__.6666.....__

## Wednesday, November 2, 2011

### Finding the Percent of a Number

**Ratio Table.**The

**ratio table must look like a T-chart:**

__25%:__

## Tuesday, November 1, 2011

### Order Of Operations

**4x3+12÷2**

*first.*

**Bracket****s****second.**

*Exponets***or**

*Multiplication***third,**

*Division***or**

*Adding***last.**

*Subtracting*### Find 37.5% of 48

### Find 37.5% of 48

100 ------ 48

÷2( 50 ------ 24) ÷2

÷2( 25 -------- 12) ÷2

÷2( 12.5 ------ 6) ÷2

÷2 (6.25 ------ 3) ÷2

x6 (37.5 ------- 18 )x6

### Find 37.5% of 48

**ratio table**.

**100**on the side where the percent sign is and put

**48**in the side of number sign.

**100**and

**48**to

**2**.

**50**and

**24**to

**2.**

**25**and

**12**to

**2.**

**12.5**and

**6**to

**3**.

**18**.

### Find 37.5% of 48

100 -- 48

÷2 50 -- 24 ÷2

÷2 25 -- 12 ÷2

÷2 12.5 -- 6 ÷2

÷2 6.25 -- 3 ÷2

x6 37.5 -- 18 x6